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Ecce homo! : "In whatever way a man becomes notorious, he is equally an object of public curiosity."

Author: A Newtonian.; Thomas Ollive Mabbott
Publisher: [Newcastle upon Tyne : s.n., 1827]
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English
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Genre/Form: Broadsides
Named Person: Wm Martin; William Martin
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: A Newtonian.; Thomas Ollive Mabbott
OCLC Number: 80640417
Notes: "Those who have had the management of the self-dubbed natural philosopher's "rhyme run mad," just published, have done an essential service to the public by shewing him up in his true colours. ..."
Printed signature at foot of page: "A Newtonian."
Dated: Newcastle, June, 1827.
Set within ornamental border.
Attack upon the writings of William Martin, the self-styled "Anti Newtonian."
N-YHS copy presented to the Society by Thomas Ollive Mabbott, May 8, 1942.
Description: 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 27 x 23 cm.

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