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"The best thing for being sad", replied Merlin, beginning to puff and blow, "is to learn something. That is the only thing that never fails. You may grow old and trembling in your anatomies, you may lie awake at night listening to the disorder of your veins, you may miss your only love, you may see the world about you devastated by evil lunatics, or know your honour trampled in the sewers of baser minds.
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All thirteen plates (plates 10 and 11 share one image) are reproduced in high quality, bringing modern computer imaging to centuries-old engravings. Marie Anne Lavoisier's talent and attention to detail prove her skills as an artist, illustrator and scientist.

Plate 1

Plate 1
Plate 1 from “Elements of Chemistry, in a New Systematic Order, Containing All the Modern Discoveries” by Antoine Lavoisier (1790) as illustrated by Marie Anne Lavoisier.

Plate 2

Plate 2
Plate 2 from “Elements of Chemistry, in a New Systematic Order, Containing All the Modern Discoveries” by Antoine Lavoisier (1790) as illustrated by Marie Anne Lavoisier.

Plate 3

Plate 3
Plate 3 from “Elements of Chemistry, in a New Systematic Order, Containing All the Modern Discoveries” by Antoine Lavoisier (1790) as illustrated by Marie Anne Lavoisier.

Plate 4

Plate 4
Plate 4 from “Elements of Chemistry, in a New Systematic Order, Containing All the Modern Discoveries” by Antoine Lavoisier (1790) as illustrated by Marie Anne Lavoisier.

Plate 5

Plate 5
Plate 5 from “Elements of Chemistry, in a New Systematic Order, Containing All the Modern Discoveries” by Antoine Lavoisier (1790) as illustrated by Marie Anne Lavoisier.

Plate 6

Plate 6
Plate 6 from “Elements of Chemistry, in a New Systematic Order, Containing All the Modern Discoveries” by Antoine Lavoisier (1790) as illustrated by Marie Anne Lavoisier.

Plate 7

Plate 7
Plate 7 from “Elements of Chemistry, in a New Systematic Order, Containing All the Modern Discoveries” by Antoine Lavoisier (1790) as illustrated by Marie Anne Lavoisier.

Plate 8

Plate 8
Plate 8 from “Elements of Chemistry, in a New Systematic Order, Containing All the Modern Discoveries” by Antoine Lavoisier (1790) as illustrated by Marie Anne Lavoisier.

Plate 9

Plate 9
Plate 9 from “Elements of Chemistry, in a New Systematic Order, Containing All the Modern Discoveries” by Antoine Lavoisier (1790) as illustrated by Marie Anne Lavoisier.

Plates 10 & 11

Plates 10 & 11
Plates 10 & 11 from “Elements of Chemistry, in a New Systematic Order, Containing All the Modern Discoveries” by Antoine Lavoisier (1790) as illustrated by Marie Anne Lavoisier.

Plate 12

Plate 12
Plate 12 from “Elements of Chemistry, in a New Systematic Order, Containing All the Modern Discoveries” by Antoine Lavoisier (1790) as illustrated by Marie Anne Lavoisier.

Plate 13

Plate 13
Plate 13 from “Elements of Chemistry, in a New Systematic Order, Containing All the Modern Discoveries” by Antoine Lavoisier (1790) as illustrated by Marie Anne Lavoisier.


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