Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine,  4 (1855–56), 350.

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Light, Instruments, Amusement

    Following the suggestion of Edward G Wood, 'optician of Cheapside', explains the principle of the stereoscope. Concludes from a series of 'Elementary Scientific Papers' that Wood sent to the periodical with one of his stereoscopes, that the 'workman is not a workman merely, but well read in the science he labours for'.

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