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1st January, 1821.
This day was Published,
Handsomely Printed in Quarto, with New Engravings,
VOLUME FIFTH, PART SECOND,
ARTS, SCIENCES, AND MISCELLANEOUS
REVISED, CORRECTED, AND IMPROVED.
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THE ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA forms a Dictionary
ticles have procured for it a larger share of success and approbation, than ever attended any similar undertaking. It has been the leading object of its Conductors to combine abstract with practical, and solid with pleasing information, in such proportions as would be most useful, and most acceptable to the Public-to deliver the truths of science in the most accurate and improved form, and, at the same time, to pay due attention to those branches of knowledge, which, though not admitting of a scientific shape, are yet deservedly popular, and have a powerful influence on the taste, habits, and character of the individual-in a word, to render the Work at once a Dictionary of Science, a Book of Universal Reference, and a copious Abstract of the Literature and Philosophy of the Age. Of their success in carrying this plan into execution, it is scarcely necessary to speak. The publication of FIVE EDITIONS, with successive improvements, and the sale of nearly Thirty Thousand Copies, are most unequivocal proofs of the high estimation in which the Work has been held by the Public.
The SIXTH EDITION, now offered to the Public, has received a variety of corrections and improvements. In the Historical Articles, the narrative has been continued, so as to embrace all the most Memorable Events which have occurred down to the present time. The Geographical and Statistical Articles have been adapted to the late Political Arrangements, and amended by incorporating the new information furnished by recent Travellers, and references have been made to the new Articles in the SUPPLEMENT, now in course of publication; se
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THIS Half Volume is enriched with the following Articles and Treatises, contributed by JOHN ALLEN Esq., JOHN BARROW Esq., JEAN BAPTISTE BIOT, Member of the Royal Institute of France, WILLIAM JACOB Esq., JAMES IVORY Esq., JAMES MILL Esq., DAVID RICARDO Esq. M. P., and other well known writers; viz.
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In Geography, Statistics, and History.-France-GermanyGranada, New-Great Britain-Greece-Guatimala-GuianaHanover Heligoland-Herculaneum-Himalaya Mountains.
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In Arts and Sciences.-Equations-Fluids (Elevation of, in Capillary Tubes)-Food (Selection, Preservation, and Preparation of)-Galvanism-Gas Lights-Horticulture.
In Politics and Political Economy.-Funding System-Govern
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