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It was 10 volumes; Vol. I 820pp., Vol. II 871pp., Vol. III 810pp., Vol. IV 805pp., Vol. V 812pp., Vol. VI 801pp., Vol. VII 796pp., Vol.VIII 784pp., Vol. IX 804pp., Vol.X 1150pp. plus 16pp., description of plates & 2pp. book ads by Kearsley & also incl. supplement which commences at page 183.
Title page says "A collection of treatises and a dictionary of terms covering the arts & sciences, illustrated with upwards of 400 copperplates. Compiled from modern authors of the first eminence in the different branches of science."
- S. Padraig Walsh Anglo-American general encyclopedias 1703-1967 New York and London; R.R. Bowser Company 1968 pp.61, 140-1
- Vol I: A to Book
- Vol II: Book-keeping to Diameter
- Vol III: Diamond to Glass-wort
- Vol IV: Glastonbury to Kilkenny
- Vol V: Killala to Medicine
- Vol VI: Medicine: Chronic Diseases to Nimpo
- Vol VII: Nimrod to Philoxenus
- Vol VIII: Philter to Relievo
- Vol IX: Religion to Traumatic Balsam
- Vol X: Treacle to Zytomierz
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