Miscellanea Curiosa

Miscellanea Curiosa

Containing A Collection of Some of the Principal Phaenomena in Nature, Accounted for by the Greatest Philosophers of This Age ; Being the Most Valuable Discourses, Read and Delivered to the Royal Society, for the Advancement of Physical and Mathematical Knowledge ; as Also A Collection of Curious Travels, Voyages, Antiquities, and Natural Histories of Countries : Presented to the Same Society ; to Which Is Added, A Discourse of the Influence of the Sun and Moon on Human Bodies, &c. by R. Mead and Also Fontenelle's Preface of the Usefullness of Mathematical Learning

Book - 1723-27
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Publisher: London : Printed by W.B. for James and John Knapton, 1723-27
Edition: 3d ed
Branch Call Number: G.389.18
Characteristics: 3 v. : ill. (part fold.), fold. maps ; 21 cm

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