xii, 213,  p.: tables; 19 cm. Contemporary full calf. Faint pencilled notations on endpapers and adjacent blank leaves. Occasional pencilled and ink notations in margins of text. The author, Daniel B. Smith (1792-1883), was a Quaker pharmacist in Philadelphia who was one of the founders of the Apprentices' Library of Philadelphia and of the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy (now University of the Sciences in Philadelphia). He was the first president of the American Pharmadeutical Association in 1852. He also helped to establish Haverford School, which became Haverford College, and in 1834 he became Professor of Moral Philosophy, English Literature, and Chemistry at the school. Very scarce--only two copies listed on WorldCat. In Good+ Condition: lacking much of the leather over the spine; edges of boards are rubbed; occasional light foxing; pencilled and ink notations. A solid copy. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: The Principles of Chemistry: prepared for ...
Publisher: Judah Dobson
Publication Date: 1837
Book Condition: Good +
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