An essay on electricity: being an enquiry into the nature, cause and properties thereof, on the principles of Sir Isaac Newton's theory of vibrating motion, light and fire; And the various Phaenomena of Forty-Two Capital Experiments; with some observations relative to the uses that may be made of this wonderful power of nature By Benj. Martin.
- Martin, Benjamin, 1705-1782.
- M.DCC.XLVI. 
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