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Trigonometria plana, et sphaerica, linearis, & logarithmica. Hoc est tam per sinum, tangentium, & secantium multiplicationem, ac diuisionem iuxta veteres: quam per logarithmorum simplicem ferè additionem iuxta recentiores; ad triangulorum dimetiendos angulos, & latera procedens. Cum canone duplici trigonometrico, & chiliade numerorum absolutorum ab 1 usque ad 1000, eorumque logarithmis, ac differentijs. ... Auctore fr. Bonauentura Caualerio Mediolanensi ..
- Cavalieri, Bonaventura 1598-1647
Officina medicamentorum, et methodus recte eadem componendi, cum variis scholiis, & aliis ... ex sententia Valentinorum pharmacopolarum / Auctore eorundem Collegio ... Antonio Joanne Insa, et Joanne Baptista Catarroja, tum, & ... Gulielmo Salvador Borras, & Francisco Joanne Molina ... Rocho Linyerol. Segundo tomo. La farmaceutica de Francisco Velez de Arcñiniega. Tercero tomo. Examen de boticarios, por el padre Fr. Estevan de Villa.
- Insa, Antonio Juan.
Abelia x grandiflora R.Br. Caprifoliaceae. Distribution (A. chinensis R.Br. × A. uniflora R.Br.). Mexico, Himalayas to Eastern Asia. Ornamental flowering shrub. The name celebrates the short life of Dr Clarke Abel FRS (1789-1826), one of the first European botanists to collect in China, which he did when attached as physician to the Canton embassy in 1816-17. It has no medicinal uses but is a popular ornamental shrub in the honeysuckle family because it attracts butterflies and has a long flowering period. From June to October it produces a profusion of small, fragrant, pink-flushed, white flowers on long, arching branches. Photographed in the Medicinal Garden of the Royal College of Physicians, London.
- Dr Henry Oakeley
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Merlinus Gallicus: Or, A prediction for the year of grace, 1660 : Representing the state and condition of all sorts of persons in Europe, from the crown to the clown. Deduced from the configurations of the luminaries, conjunctions and aspects of the planets, after a more certain manner then practised by English artists. Together with the nativity of the illustrious King of Denmark: proving it impossible (by the canons of astrology) for him to lose his kingdom, or for the Swede to become lord thereof, wherein Merlinus Anglicus may see his error. Also a question and answer in astrology, whether Copenhagen shall be taken or no: with many other things of profitable consequence. / By Monsieur Fr. Missonne Philastrogus. To which is added, an everlasting almanack; with an easie way to erect a figure, and give judgement of the weather, and tables of houses fitted for several latitudes.
- Gadbury, John, 1627-1704.
- 1660 [i.e. 1659]