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This little instrument rejects all the complexity of rack and pinion, screws, condensers, stages, reflectors, forceps, and the other mysterious appliances of a compound microscope; for the spectator has simply to place his object—say a cheese mite-on a round piece of glass about the size of a shilling, screw on a brass cap, look through a very small hole, in which is A highly polished glass lense, and then the object is perceived, magnified at least 30,000 times. The price itl but 2s. 6d, and we can, from actual use of tliem, strongly recommend them to our readers." The above Instrument may be had from the Maker at 2s. 6d. each, or free by post for 37 stamps, with Book of Instructions." RAE'S NEW PRIZE ACHROMATIC FIELD GLASS (Binocular), with leather case, complete. Price. 14s. 6d; free by parcel, 15s. 6d. RAE'S NEW TOURIST'S TELESCOPE (Achro- matic). Price 4s. 6d. and 6s. 6d carriage Is. extra. RAE'S (OWN MAKE) LADY'S GOLD HORI- ZONTAL WATCH, t3 10s. Od. 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