Wesleyan Methodist Magazine,  3rd ser. 4 (1825), 46–50.

A Third Letter from the Rev. Richard Reece, on the Subject of his Late Visit to America

Richard Reece


Letter, Travelogue


Museums, Natural History, Amusement, Education, Instruments

    Describes a visit to New York. Observes that the 'Lyceum of Natural History and the American Museum furnish instruction and much entertainment to the visitor'. Relates: 'The animals and birds, natives of the country, are the best preserved of any I have seen'. Describes Columbia College, observing that it has 'a valuable philosophical apparatus'. (49)

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