The Microscope Made Easy
This book popularized the microscope in the 18th century. The first section describes simple and compound microscopes along with how to prepare specimens and calculate their size. The second section introduces the reader to microscopy and the laboratory manual. Also includes "Animalcules," or microscopic animals, and anatomical discoveries made with the microscope. The cover, frontismatter and plates have been digitized from this book.
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Baker, Henry. The Microscope Made Easy. London, England: Robert Dodsley, 1743. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/gkw2jwq.
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