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Elements of the branches of natural philosophy connected with medicine : viz. Chemistry, Optics, Acoustics, Hydrostatics, Electricity, and Physiology ; including the Doctrine of the Atmosphere, Fire, Phlogiston, Water, &c. ; together with Bergman's tables of elective attractions, with explanations and improvements
- Eliot, John, Sir, 1736-1786.
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.
A course of experimental philosophy ; being an introduction to the true philosophy of Sir Isaac Newton. Containing, mechanics, hydrostatics, pneumatics, optics, and astronomy, to which is added, the use of the globes, done in an easy and familiar manner for the use of young gentlemen
- Gibson, Robert.
The eye : its imperfections and their prevention : comprising a familiar description of the anatomy and physiology of the organ of vision : rules for the preservation, improvement, and restoration of sight : with remarks on near sight and aged sight, on optics, and the use and abuse of spectacles, with directions for their selection
- Powell, James W.
The optical manual, or Handbook of instructions for the guidance of surgeons in testing the range and quality of vision of recruits and others seeking employment in the military services of Great Britain, and in distinguishing and dealing with optical defects among the officers and men already engaged in them
- Longmore, T. Sir, 1816-1895.
The optical manual : or, handbook of instructions for the guidance of surgeons in testing the range and quality of vision of recruits and others seeking employment in the military services of Great Britain, and in distinguishing and dealing with optical defects among the officers and men already engaged in them
- Longmore, T. Sir, 1816-1895.
Enucleation of the eyeball : one of the selected papers read before the Mass. Medical Society, June 2d, 1868 ; Section of the ciliary nerves and optic nerve : communicated to the Boston medical and surgical journal ; Some unnecessary causes of impaired vision : communicated to the Boston medical and surgical journal
- Jeffries, B. Joy 1833-1915.
Optical essays, containing, I. A practical description of the several sorts of ... microscopes ... II. The nature of vision in insects ... III. A catalogue of ... microscopic objects. IV. The use of the reflecting telescope ... V. The manner of computing the magnifying power in ... microscopes. VI. A new method of applying a micrometer, etc
- Martin, Benjamin, 1705-1782.
- [not before 1762]
Letter to Sir David Brewster : on his unfounded assignment of Mr. Fearn's moral, in his correspondence with Professor Stewart, on his exterminating general implications of the whole of Mr. Fearn's philosophical labors, in every department, the tendency of which cannot be doubtful, and on his allegation before the British Association, met at Oxford in June 1832 : along with which is given, a refutation of Sir David Brewster's optical attack on the treatise of cerebral vision : the whole comprising a third supplement to that treatise
- Fearn, John, 1768-1837.