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An essay on the genuine construction of a standard microscope and telescope: With the application of a prismatic or catadioptric eye-piece to refracting and reflecting telescopes, by which their lengths are much contracted, their fields of view encreased, and their uses greatly facilitated; particularly in the reflector of Cassegrain's form for celestial observations. By B. Martin.
- Martin, Benjamin, 1705-1782.
- MDCCLXXVI.