We welcome the appearance of another part—the third—of Professor Reinicke’s useful contributions to microscopy, and the more warmly because the present part contains some observations of greater interest, perhaps, to English microscopists than were those embraced in the former parts. Judicious as were the previous notices, and useful, no doubt, as they would be to many, they were, for the most part, of too elementary a nature to be of much interest to the majority of English microscopists, who, furnished so abundantly by our microscope makers with every variety of contrivance and adjunct to the instrument, would not require to be told much of the very simple matters which have formed, for the most part, the subject of M. Reinicke’s former lucubrations.

You do not currently have access to this content.