Excerpt from A Manual of Chemistry, on the Basis of Dr. Turner's Elements of Chemistry: Containing, in a Condensed Form, All the Most Important Facts and Principles of the Science; Designed for a Text Book in Colleges and Other Seminaries of Learning
The science of nature, or... general physics, according to the different points of view under which we contemplate natural bodies and the phenomena which they present, is divided into three great branches, - Natural History, Natural Philosophy, and Chemistry.
The first of these branches, which alone comprehends three distinct sciences, mineralogy, zoology, and botany, has for its object to describe and classify the different organic and inor ganie substances.
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