An Essay on the First Principles of Natural Philosophy

An Essay on the First Principles of Natural Philosophy

Wherein The Use of Natural Means, or Second Causes, in the Oeconomy of the Material World, Is Demonstrated From Reason, Experiments of Various Kinds, and the Testimony of Antiquity. In Four Books Illustrated With Copper-plates. By the Reverend William Jones, Late of University College in Oxford; and Author of The Catholic Doctrine of the Trinity

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Publisher: [Dublin] : Oxford printed, and Dublin re-printed for William Watson, Bookseller, at the Poets Heads, in Capel-Street, MDCCLXIII. [1763]
Characteristics: [6],277,[1]p.,IIIplates ; 8⁰


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