An Essay explanatory of the Tempest Prognosticator

An Essay explanatory of the Tempest Prognosticator

£180

Circa

1851

Country of manufacture

UK and Ireland

Category: Barometers & Meteorology

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An essay explanatory of the Tempest Prognosticator in the building of the Great Exhibition, read before the Whitby Philosophical Society by George Merryweather on 27 February 1851, published by John Churchill. Harback with marbled covers, 64pp. and inscribed to Mr. John Corner and his wife with the author’s best respects. Condition good.

This essay describes the use of leeches to predict the weather.

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Fletcher Wallis

Fletcher Wallis sells objects and books relating to the history of science, medicine and technology from his unit at Admiral Vernon Arcade Portobello Road. He publishes books through Vernier Press, including Antique Medicine Chests, and Corkscrew Patents from 1795. He has been dealing for thirty five years.

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