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Sir Isaac Newton's mathematick philosophy more easily demonstrated: with Dr. Halley's account of comets illustrated. Being forty lectures read in the publick schools at Cambridge / By William Whiston ... For the use of the young students there. In this English edition ... corrected and improved by the author.
- Whiston, William, 1667-1752.
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Prælectiones physico-mathematicæ. English
London : Printed for J. Senex ... and W. Taylor ..., 1716.
4 unnumbered pages, 443 pages, 1 unnumbered page, IX folded leaves of plates : folded diagrams, illustrations ; (8vo)
Translation of Prælectiones physico-mathematicæ Cantabrigiæ in scholis publicis habitæ
Title within double-rule border
Head- and tail-pieces; initials
Errata: foot of p. 443 and p.  at end
Advertisements: verso of half title (p.  at front)
Pages 66 and 432 misnumbered 6 and 430 respectively
Verso of t.p. (p.  at front) is blank
"A synopsis of the astronomy of comets, by Edmund Halley"--P. 409-443.