A Paris : Chez l'auteur, rue Faubourg Jacques, no 114, Moutardier, libraire, quai des Augustins, no 28, Fuchs, libraire, rue des Mathurins, Hôtel de Clugny, an VII de la Republique [1798 or 1799] (Paris : Le Normant, imp., rue des Prêtres S.G. l'Auxerrois)
From the fifth Edinburgh edition [5th ed.], with notes, tables, and considerable additions. - New-York : Printed for Evert Duyckinck, No. 110 Pearl-Street, and James and Thomas Ronalds, No. 188 Pearl-Street, 1806 (New York : Printed by D. & G. Bruce)
From the improved London edition. - Philadelphia : Published by Kimber & Conrad, No. 93 Market Street : sold also by J.P. Parke, J. Humphreys, Hopkins & Earle, M. Carey, and B. & T. Kite, 1808 (Philadelphia : Brown & Merritt, printers).
Book — 2 volumes,  leaves of plates ; illustrations, tables ; 22 cm
The second American [2nd ed.], from the fifth English edition [5th ed.], illustrated with plates / to which are added notes on various subjects, observations on metals, mines, mining, metallurgy, and on the artificial preparation of mineral waters, an account of the new discoveries of Professor Davy, and of the French chemists, and of meteoric stones, &c., with a frontispiece, exhibiting the pneumatic cistern of Yale College by B. Silliman, professor of chemistry, &c. of Yale College. - Boston : Published by William Andrews No. 1 Cornhill, 1810 (Boston : T.B. Wait and Co., printers).
Book — xii, xviii, 432, lxxvii,  pages, 9 leaves of plates (8 folded) : illustrations ; 23 cm
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1. Intended to facilitate the acquisition of chemical knowledge by minute instructions for the performance of experiments
2. Directions for the analysis of mineral waters, of earths and stones, of metallic ores, and of mineral bodies in general, and
3. Instructions for applying chemical tests and re-agents to various useful purposes.
The third American [3rd ed.], from the sixth English edition [6th ed.] / greatly enlarged by the author, and illustrated with nine plates. To which are added, notes on various subjects; with an additional plate, illustrating the decomposition of the fixed alkalis, by heat -- and a frontispiece, exhibiting the pneumatic cistern of Yale College, by B. Silliman, professor of chemistry in Yale College. - Boston : Published by Thomas & Andrews : Sold by them and by Cummings & Hilliard, also by Howe & Deforest, New-Haven, Nov. 1814 (Boston : Joseph T. Buckingham, printer)
Book — 2 volumes,  folded leaves of plates : illustrations ; 23 cm
The fourth American [4th ed.], from the seventh London edition [7th ed.], greatly enlarged, and illustrated with nine plates / engraved by Lowry, to which are added, notes, and two additional plates, by John Redman Coxe ... - Philadelphia : Published by James Webster, 1817 (Philadelphia : W. Brown, printer).
Book — xxx, , 656, xcv,  pages, X folded leaves of plates,  folded letterpress table : illustrations ; 23 cm
From the fifth London edition [5th ed.] / with notes, by Thomas Cooper, M.D., professor of chemistry and mineralogy in the Faculty of Arts of the University of Pennsylvania. - Philadelphia : Printed and published by Abraham Small, No. 112, Chesnut Street, 1818.
The second edition [2nd American ed.], comprehending the recent discoveries, and illustrated with nine plates and several engravings on wood. - Boston : Published by Richardson and Lord, no. 133, Washington Street, 1828.
Book — xi, , 619,  pages : illustrations,  plans (8 folded) ; 26 cm
Fifth American [5th ed.], from the fifth London edition [5th ed.] / with notes and emendations, by Franklin Bache, M.D., professor of chemistry in the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, one of the secretaries of the American Philosophical Society, &tc. - Philadelphia : Desilver, Thomas & Co., 247 Market Street, 1835.
Book — xix, 682,  pages : illustrations ; 20 cm
Fourth edition, with amendments and additions. - Philadelphia : J.G. Auner, No. 343 Market Street, 1840-1843 (Philadelphia : John C. Clark, printer)
Book — 2 pts. in 1 v.,  leaves of plates : ill., tables ; 24 cm
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1. Comprising the chemistry of heat and light, and that of inorganic substances, usually called inorganic chemistry
2. Comprising the chemistry of organic substances, being a compendious selection from the previous edition, the "Treatise of organic chemistry" by Liebig, Gregory's Turner, Kane's "Elements, " and those of Graham, interspersed with some original matter. Also, a letter on the Berzelian nomenclature, with the reply of Berzelius, with some subsequent remarks and suggestions by the author. And an effort to refuse the arguments advanced in favour of the existence of compound radicals, like cyanogen, in the amphide salts.