Comparative Population of the Ancient and Modern World [2/2]
Serial—Extract, Miscellaneous; Afterword
Quarterly Journal of Science
Population, Race, Progress, Degeneration, Statistics, Periodicals, Popularization
David Hume , Gerard J Vossius , Charles L de Secondat , Edward Gibbon
The afterword explains that the extract is from the Quarterly Journal of Science, observing: 'something more than a single linear acknowledgement is due from us to that valuable work for our occasional levies on its pages. The New Series [...] has done more than any similar journal to popularize science and art' (375).
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