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An essay on the first principles of natural philosophy. Wherein the use of natural means, or second causes, in the oeconomy of the material world, is demonstrated from reason, experiments of various kinds, and the testimony of antiquity : in four books illustrated with copper-plates
- Jones, William, 1726-1800.
Analysis of a course of lectures on natural and experimental philosophy : viz. 1. Properties of matter, 2. Mechanics, 3. Chemistry, 4 and 5. Pneumatics, 6. Hydrostatics, 7. Electricity, 8. Electricity [sic], 9. Optics, 10. Use of the globes, &c., 11 and 12. Astronomy
- Walker, A. 1730 or 1731-1821.
Lectures on natural and experimental philosophy : considered in it's [sic] present state of improvement describing, in a familiar and easy manner, the principal phenomena of nature, and shewing, that they all co-operate in displaying the goodness, wisdom, and power of God
- Adams, George, 1750-1795.
Physico-mechanical experiments on various subjects, containing an account of several surprizing phaenomena touching light and electricity. Producible on the attrition of bodies. With many other remarkable appearances, not before observ'd. Together with the explanations of all the machines, (the figures of which are curiously engrav'd on copper) and other apparatus us'd in making the experiments
- Hauksbee, Francis, 1666-1713.