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The Newtonian system of philosophy : explained by familiar objects in an entertaining manner for the use of young ladies and gentlemen

Author: Tom Telescope; Teacher of Philadelphia.; Oliver Goldsmith; John Newbery
Publisher: Philadelphia : Published by Jacob Johnson, no. 147 Hight-Street, 1803.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : A new improved edition, with many alterations and additions to explain the late new philosophical discoveries, & c, &c.View all editions and formats
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Telescope, Tom.
Newtonian system of philosophy.
Philadelphia : Published by Jacob Johnson, no. 147 Hight-Street, 1803
(OCoLC)953823663
Named Person: Isaac Newton; Isaac Newton
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tom Telescope; Teacher of Philadelphia.; Oliver Goldsmith; John Newbery
OCLC Number: 5956381
Notes: Oliver Goldsmith has been suggested as author by Cushing and by C. Welch in A bookseller of the last century; CBEL, II, 561 suggests John Newbery, editor/publisher of the 1st ed., 1761.
Signatures: A-M⁶.
Binding directions on p. [138].
Publishers' advertisements of "B. & J. Johnson" on final leaf.
Description: [4], 137, [3] p., [5] leaves of plates : ill. (engravings, woodcuts) ; 17 cm. (8vo)
Contents: Introduction --
Lecture I. Of matter and motion --
Lecture II. Of the universe, and particularly of the solar system --
Lecture III. Of the air, atmosphere, and meteors --
Lecture IV. Of mountains, springs, rivers, and of the sea --
Lecture V. Of minerals, vegetables, and animals --
Lecture VI. Of the five senses of man, and of his understanding.
Responsibility: by Tom Telescope A.M. ; illustrated with copperplates and cuts.

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