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Monthly Magazine (Newspaper) - November 1, 1799, London, Middlesex THE MONTHLY No. NOVEMBER 1799. ORIGINAL To Editor of the Monthly ' - EvURING the of laft a 9 account was given in your v of the Academical founded here in 1796, to the will of the late Since that lime I have received particular information with regard to the nature of the lectures delivered in that For the fake of and others who for fuch I will yon to infert the following account of my I Your very obedient Thomas 4, 1799. THE is a complete on and with their application to the arts and One lecture of this is delivered every and the following are the branches comprehended in it. The properties of matter are ex with a view of the theory of 13'jicovich after which come the laws of and the principles of The principles are and afterwards by and then the application 01 each part to the arts and manufactures pointed where it can be by models of After this comes the doctrine of which a number of After the general effects of and Dr. Black's of Fluidity I proceed to point out made by Count Having explained the of we proceed to the principles of and inland &c. The mechanical properties of the afr are next which after which come the theory of the and the method of curing according to Count Rum and Being thus acquainted with the propel ties of the we take a view of its chemical in about forty of are pointed and by then follows the application of to the different arts and particularly and the different modes of and in. which the different are before the this part of the concludes with the application of to and to the of mineral After this follows a view of in the Specimens are and their nature and formation with We next proceed to the principles of electricity and and after having considered two and particularly the at we proceed to In this part the principles of the are pointed afterwards the of the and the phenomena of are and an account of optical the is by a view of the theory practice of laft part of the of which is in ten or twelve lectures a more particular confederation of it. would exclude more parts of the and the completion of this part is left to the lecturer on and I I may be allowed to that there is no in Britain which comprehends fo and at the fame fo full cn each and this from a particular attention to economy with to ' The begins at the all recapitulation is what is introduced to let's com carefully Bolides this I give a popular one on experimental This only occupies one lecture a which is in the Here all mathematical and is as much as the molt and - 5 F
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