Mirror of Literature, 7 (1826), [iii]–iv.
History of Science
The editor identifies some new 'improvements' in this volume of the Mirror of Literature, namely 'the Encyclopędist or the Circle of the Sciences, and the Waverley Novels', noting that 'in the former it is not the object of the Editor to give formal treatises, but a history of each peculiar science, showing its origin and progress to its present state'. (iii)
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