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Lectures on natural and experimental philosophy, considered in it's 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. By George Adams,.. In five volumes. Book digitized by Google from the library of University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Skip to main . Newton's own book was rather forbidding, and as an astronomical text, it lacked a discussion of many other important aspects of experimental philosophy. Richard Helsham () faced this problem in his course of lectures at Trinity College in Dublin in the early decades of the eighteenth century. First American edition. 4 volume set. 21 cm. Bound in contemporary acid-calf. Gilt ruled. With red and black morocco spine labels. 43 engraved folding plates. Scattered foxing, generally sound. George Adams was the mathematical and scientific instrument maker to George III. He "wrote largely on the use of mathematical instruments, and his books on that subject were highly .
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A course of lectures on natural philosophy and the mechanical arts. By. Young, Thomas, Young, Thomas, Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. London:Printed for J. Johnson, Notes: "A catalogue of works relating to natural philosophy, and the mechanical arts. T HE Business of Experimental Philosophy, (the Subject of this Course of Lectures,) is to enquire into and investigate the Reason and Causes of the various Appearances (or Phænomena) of Nature; and to make the Truth or Probability thereof obvious and evident to the Senses, by plain, undeniable, and adequate Experiments, representing the several Parts of the grand Machinery and Agency of Nature. Appears in 69 books from Page - The spectrum, formed by a glass prism, being divided into parts, it is found, that the red occupies 45 of those parts, the ora the yel the gr the b the ind and the violet Reviews: 1. 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.