Pleasant Ways in Science


OF this book, which has been sent me for review, I can truly say that it is an excellent specimen of what has been well called (I forget by whom) Paper Science. A very few quotations will amply justify this verdict.

Pleasant Ways in Science.

By R. A. Proctor. (London: Chatto and Windus, 1879.)

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T., P. Pleasant Ways in Science . Nature 19, 71 (1878).

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