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Micrographia: or Some physiological descriptions of minute bodies made by magnifying glasses.
Micrographia: or Some physiological descriptions of minute bodies made by magnifying glasses.
Micrographia: or some physiological descriptions of minute bodies made by magnifying glasses.
Micrographia: or some physiological descriptions of minute bodies made by magnifying glasses.
Animadversions on the first part of the Machina coelestis of the honourable, learned, and deservedly famous astronomer Johannes Hevelius consul of Dantzick;
Animadversions on the first part of the Machina coelestis of the honourable, learned, and deservedly famous astronomer Johannes Hevelius consul of Dantzick;
Lectures and collections made by Robert Hooke, secretary of the Royal Society. Cometa. Containing observations of the comet in April, 1677. Fragments of several lectures about those of 1664. and 1665. Sir Chr. Wren’s hypothesis and geometrical problem about those comets, a discourse concerning the comet of 1677. Mr. Boyle’s observation made on two new phosphori of Mr. Baldwin, and Mr. Craft. Mr. Gallet’s letter to Mr. Cassini, together with his observation of [Mercury] sub [Sun]. Mr. Cassini’ reflections upon those of Gassendus, and Hevelius, and upon this. Mr. Hally’s letter and observation of the same made at St. Hellena. Mr. Cassini’s observation of the diurnal motion of [Jupiter], and other changes happening in it. Microscopium. Containing Mr. Leeuwenhoeck’s two letters concerning some late microscopical discoveries. The author’s discourse and description of microscopes, improved for discerning the nature and texture of bodies. P. Cherubine’s accusations answered. Mr. Young’s letter containing several ana
Lectures and collections made by Robert Hooke, secretary of the Royal Society. Cometa. Containing observations of the comet in April, 1677. Fragments of several lectures about those of 1664. and 1665. Sir Chr. Wren’s hypothesis and geometrical problem about those comets, a discourse concerning the comet of 1677. Mr. Boyle’s observation made on two new phosphori of Mr. Baldwin, and Mr. Craft. Mr. Gallet’s letter to Mr. Cassini, together with his observation of [Mercury] sub [Sun]. Mr. Cassini’ reflections upon those of Gassendus, and Hevelius, and upon this. Mr. Hally’s letter and observation of the same made at St. Hellena. Mr. Cassini’s observation of the diurnal motion of [Jupiter], and other changes happening in it. Microscopium. Containing Mr. Leeuwenhoeck’s two letters concerning some late microscopical discoveries. The author’s discourse and description of microscopes, improved for discerning the nature and texture of bodies. P. Cherubine’s accusations answered. Mr. Young’s letter containing several ana
Lampas: or, Descriptions of some mechanical improvements of lamps & vvaterpoises. Together with some other physical and mechanical discoveries. Made by Robert Hooke, Fellow of the Royal Society.
Lampas: or, Descriptions of some mechanical improvements of lamps & vvaterpoises. Together with some other physical and mechanical discoveries. Made by Robert Hooke, Fellow of the Royal Society.
Lectures de potentia restitutiva, or Of spring explaining the power of springing bodies. To which are added some collections viz. A description of Dr. Pappins wind-fountain and force-pump. Mr. Young’s observation concerning natural fountains. Some other considerations concerning that subject. Captain Sturmy’s remarks of a subterraneous cave and cistern. Mr. G.T. observations made on the Pike of Teneriff, 1674. Some reflections and conjectures occasioned thereupon. A relation of a late eruption in the Isle of Palma. By Robert Hooke. S.R.S.
Lectures de potentia restitutiva, or Of spring explaining the power of springing bodies. To which are added some collections viz. A description of Dr. Pappins wind-fountain and force-pump. Mr. Young’s observation concerning natural fountains. Some other considerations concerning that subject. Captain Sturmy’s remarks of a subterraneous cave and cistern. Mr. G.T. observations made on the Pike of Teneriff, 1674. Some reflections and conjectures occasioned thereupon. A relation of a late eruption in the Isle of Palma. By Robert Hooke. S.R.S.
The nevv starr of the north, shining vpon the victorious King of Svveden.
The nevv starr of the north, shining vpon the victorious King of Svveden.
Learned: Tico Brahæ, his Astronomicall conjectur, of the new and much admired [star] which appered in the year 1572.
Learned: Tico Brahæ, his Astronomicall conjectur, of the new and much admired [star] which appered in the year 1572.
A short treatise of magneticall bodies and motions. By Marke Ridley Dr in phisicke and philosophie latly physition to the Emperour of Russia, and one of ye eight principals of elects of the Colledge of Physitions in London.
A short treatise of magneticall bodies and motions. By Marke Ridley Dr in phisicke and philosophie latly physition to the Emperour of Russia, and one of ye eight principals of elects of the Colledge of Physitions in London.
De cometis libelli tres : I, Astronomicus, theoremata continens de motu cometarum, ubi demonstratio apparentiarum & altitudinis cometarum qui annis 1607 & 1618, conspecti sunt nova et paradoxos. II, Physicus, continens physiologium cometarum novam et paradoxos. III, Astrologicus, de significationibus cometarum annorum 1607 & 1618
De cometis libelli tres : I, Astronomicus, theoremata continens de motu cometarum, ubi demonstratio apparentiarum & altitudinis cometarum qui annis 1607 & 1618, conspecti sunt nova et paradoxos. II, Physicus, continens physiologium cometarum novam et paradoxos. III, Astrologicus, de significationibus cometarum annorum 1607 & 1618
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