The Sun

  title={The Sun},
  author={D. Todd},
MONSIEUR GUILLEMIN is favourably known among us by his beautiful book “The Heavens” and the present volume may be regarded as a considerable expansion of his chapters on the sun in that work, with additional matter, giving an account of the recent solar discoveries. The expansion has been very judiciously done; but the new matter introduced has been added, in too much haste and consequently the recent conquests of Science do not come out so satisfactorily as they might otherwise have done. In… Expand

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