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INVISIBLE WORLDS t THE MICROSCOPE SIMPLIFIED!! INSTRUCTION MADE EASY RAE'S NKWLV-INVKNTKB PRIZE MIC R O S # OPES Are the wonder of the whole scientific world.. Gained a prize at the Dudley and Midland Fine Arts and tn- dustrial Exhibition, 1866; also awarded a prize at York Exhibition, 1866. Awarded highest prize Medal at Leeds Exhibition, 1867. See Opinions of the Press below. T The Birmingham Daily Gazette, August 6, 1866, says:— In the Front Room (Dudley and Midland Exhibition) we notice a singularly powerful Microscope, exhibited by Mr. RAE, of Glasgow. Its magnifying power is 90,000. times, and its cheapnes's and durability must make it a most desirable ob- ject for the working classes-who care for scientific pursuits- to obtain possession-pf." The Dumfries-shire and Galloway Herald and Register, August 10, 186G, says We have just had the opportunity of examining one of the beautiful little Microscopes made by Mr. RAE, &vT«xkibited at the late Glasgow Industrial Exhi- bition. Its astonishing small compass, and great magnifying power, combined with complete distinctness, together with its cheapness, are its most prominent properties. It magnifies, we are informed, no less than 30,000 times, and it is quite suitable for-the examination of the minvrtesfr objects', such as animalculaa, wings and anteme of insects, chemical crystals, &c., &c. Along with the instrument, Ntr. RAE supplies a book of instructions, which will serve as a guide to the observer." The Dudley Guardian, August 15, 1866, devotes thirty lines of its valuable space to the praise of RAE'S new Microscope, and ends by saying" This adwirable Microscope, which. is of a, high magnifying power, will be found most useful and enter- taining; and, we may add, that a great variety of experiments may be carried out by using, this invaluable vade mecum, the price of which, 2s. 6d.; places it within the power of almost the poorest of the working classes." The Yorkshire Gazette, October 6, 1866, in giving a descrip- tion of the Yorkshire Exhibition, says:—"A great boon to the public has been afforded by means of Mr, RAE'S newly-invented Microscope. The latter instrument has until recently only been in the hands of experts or students; their complexity of construction and elaborate workmanship in most cases causing a costliness which utterly placed them out of the reach of a working man, who would otherwise have delighted to amuse himself and family with those glimpses of the won- derful and invisible world, attractive alike to the lettered and unlettered. The Microscope in question is a very insignificant piece of mechanism, easily adjusted, simple in its construction, scarcely liable to derangement, and we can truly vouch for their immense magnifying power. A small monad, is made to look very large indeed, and the action of the internal organs of the vorticella can be clearly defined. This little instrument rejects all the complexity of rack and pinion, screws, con- densers, 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 around 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 is but 2s. 6d., and we can, from actual use of them, 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. Gd. RAE'S NEW TOURIST'S TELESCOPE (Achromatic). Price, 4s. 6d. and 6s. 6d.; carriage Is. extra. RAE'S (OWN MAKE) LADY'S GOLD HORIZONTAL WATCH, t3 10s. 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LLOYD JONES, Accountant, 6, Lord-street [1-13] Y SWYDDFA YMFUDOL GYMREIG. -il BYDDED hysbys i'r Cymry a fwr- iadant ymfudo i America neu Awstralia, ein bod yn bookio am y prisiau isalaf yn Lerpwl gydag ager a hwyl-longau; gan hyny, gofelwch na thaloch eich blaendal i orucliwylwyr yn Nghymru. Os gwnewch, pAvy sydd i ofalu am danoch pan yn Lerpwl, lie y mae llawer yn byw ar yr hyn a ys- peiliant? Cewch bob hysbysrwydd trwy ddanfon llythyr a postage stamp at LAMB & EDWARDS, Brokers, 41, Union-street, Liverpool. Yr ydym ni, y rhai y mae ein henwau isod, yn dymuno i bob ymfudwr o Gymru ymddiried eu gofal i'r boneddigion uchod, am y gwyddom y cant bob chwareu tag tra dan eu gofal. THOMAS LEVI, Treforis. DAVID SAUNDERS, Liverpool, gynt o Aberdar, Gweinidog y Methodistiaid. JAMES OWENS, Liverpool, gynt o Aberdar, Gweinidog y Bedyddwyr. NOAH STEPHENS, Liverpool, gynt 0 Sirhowy, ,< Gweinidog yr Annibynwyr.