ID 57
Last Name Bryan
First Name Margaret
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Gender Female
Date of Birth 1760
Date of Death 1816
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VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/93693499
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Margaret_Bryan_(philosopher)
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Author To Tonbridge and its environs. Mrs. Bryan respectfully informs her friends and the public, that she purposes opening a school at Tonbridge, for the reception of day scholars, on Monday the 22d inst. ... N.B. The boarding school will open again at Hadlow, the 22d instant. 1795
Author A compendious system of astronomy, in a course of familiar lectures; In which the Principles of that Science are Clearly Elucidated, so as to be Intelligible to those who have not Studied the Mathematics. Also trigonometrical and celestial problems, with a key to the ephemeris, and a vocabulary of the terms of science used in the Lectures; which latter are explained Agreeably to their Application in them. By Margaret Bryan. 1797
Author A compendious system of astronomy, in a course of familiar lectures, In which the Principles of that Science are clearly elucidated, so as to be intelligible to those who have not studied the Mathematics: also trigonometrical and celestial problems, with a key to the ephemeris, and a vocabulary of the terms of science Used In The Lectures, Which latter are explained agreeably to their Application in them. By Margaret Bryan. Second edition. 1799
Author Lectures on Natural Philosophy: the result of many years' practical experience of the facts elucidated. With an appendix: containing, a great number and variety of astronomical and geographical problems. Also some useful tables, and a comprehensive vocabulary. By Margaret Bryan. 1806
Author Conversations on chemistry. In which the elements of that science are familiarly explained and illustrated by experiments and plates. To which are added some late discoveries on the subject of the fixed alkalies. By H. Davy, Esq. of the Royal Society. A description and plate of the pneumatic cistern of Yale-College. And a short account of artificial mineral waters in the United States. With an appendix, consisting of treatises on dyeing, tanning and currying. 1814
Author Conversations on chemistry. In which the elements of that science are familiarly explained and illustrated by experiments and plates. To which are added some late discoveries on the subject of the fixed alkalies. By H. Davy, Esq. of the Royal Society. A description and plate of the pneumatic cistern of Yale-College. And a short account of artificial mineral waters in the United States. With an appendix, consisting of treatises on dyeing, tanning, and currying. 1814
Author A Comprehensive Astronomical and Geographical Class Book for the use of Schools and Private Families. By Margaret Bryan. 1815
Author Conversations on chemistry; in which the elements of that science are familiarly explained and illustrated by experiments. In two volumes. Revised and corrected by Thomas Cooper, M.D. From the fifth London edition, considerably enlarged. 1818
Author Conversations on chemistry; in which the elements of that science are familiarly explained and illustrated by experiments. From the fourth and latest English edition, revised, corrected, and considerably enlarged. To which are added, notes and observations: by an American gentleman. 1818

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