Philosophical Society of Glasgow.


Vol. XXVII. Edited by the Secretary. Published for the Society, by John Smith and Son, Glasgow 1896.
iv + 243pp. 8 full page figures, 3 plates including 1 double page/folding and 1 folding. Some very light mainly marginal browning, sm. discreet institutional ink stamp, rebound in cloth with gilt lettering and accession stamp to lightly faded spine, some minor soiling and rubbing. Articles include Note on the Stereophotochromoscope: A New Optical Instrument, by David Fraser Harris; Why has England become a Great Manufacturing, Commercial, and Colonising Country? by Richard Lodge; Women’s Industries in Scotland, by Miss Margaret H. Irwin; Glasgow Cathedral: A Contribution to the History of the Structure, by T.L. Watson.
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