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Robert Heron

Elements of chemistry: comprehending all the most important facts and principles in the works of Fourcroy and Chaptal: With The Addition Of The More Recent Chemical Discoveries Which Have Been Made Known In Britain And ON The Continent; And With a variety of Facts and Views, Which Have Never Before Been Communicated To The World. Intended for the Use, not only of those who study Chemistry, with those professional Purposes to which this Study is commonly referred,-but also, for Farmers, Manufacturers, Dyers, And The Other Artisans Of The Chemical Arts, in general, &c. By Robert Heron.

London: Printed for T. N. Longman and O. Rees, Paternoster-Row, by J. Rider, NO. 36, Little-Britain , 1800.
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Elements of chemistry: comprehending all the most important facts and principles in the works of Fourcroy and Chaptal: With The Addition Of The More Recent Chemical Discoveries Which Have Been Made Known In Britain And ON The Continent; And With a variety of Facts and Views, Which Have Never Before Been Communicated To The World. Intended for the Use, not only of those who study Chemistry, with those professional Purposes to which this Study is commonly referred,-but also, for Farmers, Manufacturers, Dyers, And The Other Artisans Of The Chemical Arts, in general, &c. By Robert Heron. Library Average
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James Stringham12/3/180012/20/1800Herons Chemistry
James Stringham12/20/18001/2/1801"
James Stringham1/2/18012/19/18012/"
Andrew Gifford3/25/18014/8/1801Heron's Chemistry
John Le Conte8/11/18018/15/1801Hearon's Chemistry
Francis J. Barretto10/30/180211/17/1802Herons Chemistry
Francis J. Barretto1/14/18031/28/1803Herons Chemistry
John Kemp4/21/18034/23/1803Hearon's "
John Kemp7/5/18037/12/1803Hearon's Chemistry
Thomas Slidell8/12/18038/24/1803Hearons Chemistry
Thomas SlidellVolume 18/24/180311/11/1803" Hearons Chemistry
Thomas SlidellVolume 28/24/180311/11/1803" Hearons Chemistry
William GreenVolume 111/18/180311/30/1803Heron's Chemistry
William Green11/30/180312/27/1803Heron's Chemistry
William BardVolume 411/20/180412/11/1804Heron's Chemistry
William BardVolume 511/20/180412/11/1804Heron's Chemistry
William BardVolume 611/20/180412/11/1804Heron's Chemistry
William BardVolume 311/20/180412/11/1804Heron's Chemistry
George Warren Chapman11/7/18057/30/1805Heron's Chemistry
George Warren ChapmanVolume 212/19/180512/20/1805"
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