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A MANUAL of ELECTRICITY; including Galvanism, Mag-netism, Diamagnetism, Electro-Dynamics, Magneto-Electricity, and the Electric Telegraph. By Henry M. Noad, Ph.D., F.C.S. Fourth Edition, with 500 Woodcuts. 8vo, \l. 4s. cloth. " The accounts given of electricity and galvanism are not only complete in a scientific sense, but, which is a rarer thing, are popular and interesting." - Lancet.
THE STUDENT'S TEXT-BOOK OF ELECTRICITY. By Henry M. Noad, Ph.D., F.R.S., etc. New Edition, Revised. With an Introduction and Additional Chapters by W. II. Preece, M.I.C. E., Vice-President of the Society of Telegraph Engineers, etc. With 470 Illustrations. Crown 8vo, 12s. 6d. cloth. "A reflex of the existing state of Electrical Science adapted for students." - W. H. Preece, Esq., vide " Introduction."
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ELECTRIC LIGHT : Its Production and Use, embodying plain Directions for the Working of Galvanic Batteries, Electric Lamps, and Dynamo-Electric Machines. By J. W. Urquhart, C.E., Author of " Electroplating." Edited by F. C. Webb, M.I.C.E., M.S.T.E. With 94 Illustrations. Crown 8vo, 7s. 6d. cloth.
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