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—>  Alchemy and Chemistry in the Seventeenth Century
—>  "Alchemy and Colour"
—>  "Alchemy and Early Chemistry"
—>  "Alchemy and English Literature"
—>  "Alchemy and its connection with Astrology, Pharmacy, Magic and Metallurgy"
—>  "Alchemy and its Three Theories of the Origin of Metals"
—>  "Alchemy and Literature"
—>  "Alchemy and Medicine" : 2 entries
—>  Alchemy and Other Chemical Achievements of the Ancient Orient: The Civilization of Japan and China in Early Times as Seen from the Chemical Point of View
—>  "Alchemy and the World of Science: An Intellectual Biography of Frank Sherwood Taylor"
—>  "Alchemy During the First Half of the Sixteenth Century"
—>  "Alchemy in China"
—>  "Alchemy in Scotland"
—>  "Alchemy in the Light of its names in Arabic, Sanskrit and Greek"
—>  "Alchemy in the light of Jung's Psychology and of Dualism"
—>  "Alchemy, a child of Chinese Dualism as illustrated by its Symbolism"
—>  Alchemy: A Bibliography of English-Language Writings
—>  Alchemy: Ancient and Modern: Being a brief account of the Alchemistic Doctrines, and their relations, to mysticism on the one hand, and to recent discoveries in Physical Science on the other hand; together with some particulars regarding the lives and tea
—>  "Alchemy: Jung and the Historians of Science"
—>  Alchemy: The Great Work
—>  Alchemy: The Secret Art
—>  Alchemy: The story of the fascination of gold and the attempts of chemists, mystics, and charlatans to find the Philosophers' Stone
—>  Alchimie
—>  "'Alchimie' - Passage 44, Brussels, 19 December 1984 - 18 March 1985"
—>  Alcohol and the Human Body. An Introduction to the Study of the Subject
—>  Alcohol tables : giving for all specific gravities, from 1.0000 to 0.7938, the percentages of absolute alcohol, by weight and volume, and of proof spirit
—>  Alcune Royale Pratiche per traceriare gli Orologi solari
—>  "Alcune Versioni Latine Indirette degli "Elementi" di Euclide"
—>  Alcuni Strumenti del Liceo Machiavelli di Lucca
—>  Aldis Anastigmats
—>  "Aldre Vetenskapliga Instrument pa Skokloster"
—>  Aleph: Historical Studies in Science & Judaism
—>  Alessandro Volta and the electric battery
—>  "Alex Volta - to mark the centenary of his death"
—>  Alexander Bain's Short History of the Electric Clock
—>  "Alexander Csoma"
—>  Alexander Herschel: The "Meteor Man": 1836-1907
—>  Alexander Lindsay: A Rutter of the Scottish Seas Circa 1540
—>  Alexander Lindsay's Rutter of the Scottish Seas, circa 1540
—>  "Alexander Thom"
—>  "Alexander Tilloch"
—>  "Alexander von Humboldt und die Einheit der Wissenschaft"
—>  Alexander von Humboldt und Frankfurt am Main
—>  Alexander von Humboldt, Erschliesser einer neuen Welt
—>  Alexikepus seu auxiliaris et medicus hortus, rerum variarum, et secretorum remediorum accessione locupletatus
—>  "Alexius Sylvius Polonus (1593-ca.1653), a little-known Maker of Astronomical Instruments"
—>  Alfred - The first continental flagship 1775-1778
—>  "Alfred North Whitehead (1861-1947)"
—>  Algebraical Problems, producing Simple and Quadratic Equations, with Their solutions. Designed as an Introduction to the Higher Branches of Analytics
—>  Algebre et logique d'apres les textes originaux de G. Boole et W.S. Jevons aved les plans de la machine logique
—>  Algemain verstandliche Anleitung zur Anfertigung aller Arten von Sonnenuhren
—>  Algemeene Manier Tot de Practijck-Oeffeningh der Sonne-Wijsers; Uytd' onfeylbare Gronden derselve Wetenschafs, kort en klaerlijck voorgestelt, etc.
—>  Algemeene Manier Tot het maaken van Zonnewysers Op allerley effen Vlakken. etc.
—>  Algumas observacao sobre o planisferio "Cantino" (1502)
—>  "Algumas observacoes sobre o problema das latitudes na marinharia dos descobrimentos"
—>  Alguns aspectos da colonizacao e do comercio maritimo dos Portugueses na Africa Ocidental nos seculos XV e XVI
—>  "'Ali ibn'Isa Das Astrolab und sein Gebrauch"
—>  "Alice in Cameraland"
—>  "Alice in Wonderland: Grandmother of all the Page Three Girls?"
—>  Alice's Adventures in Oxford
—>  Al-Jami' Bain al-'ilm Wal--'amal al-Nafi' fi Sina'at Al-Hiyal: A Compendium on the Theory and Practice of the Mechanical Arts
—>  "Al-Jazari's Combination Lock: Two Contemporary Examples"
—>  "Al-Kashi's Impractical Method of Determining the Solar Altitude"
—>  "Alkymisten pa Rosenholm"
—>  All about "Nernst" Filaments and their use in Electric Lamps for Projection and Enlarging, etc.
—>  All About Engines
—>  All Graduates and Gentlemen: Marsh's Library
—>  All Sorts of Wheel-Carriage, Improved. Wherein it is plainly made to appear, that a much less than usual Draught of Horses, etc. will be requir'd, in Waggons, Carts, Coaches, and all other Wheel Vehicles, as likewise all Water-Mills, Wind-Mills and Horse-
—>  All Souls Library 1438-2008 : buildings, collections, donors : a brief illustrated guide
—>  All the Astrolabes
—>  "All the Astrolabes"
—>  Allgemeines Reichs-Commersbuch fur Deutsche Studenten
—>  Almae Academiae Albertinae Tria Secunda per gravissimas Fortunae Vicissitudines Felicissime Transacta, beneficia in Patriam Litterasque Collata Maxima Humanitatemque per Orbem Terrarum Latissime Dispersam Summa qua par est Pietate gratulatur eidemque Faus
—>  Almanac for the year 1386
—>  Almanacco Perpetuo di Rutilio Benincasa
—>  "Al-Nahr"; "Zenit"; [and] "Zaman"
—>  Aloisii Trissini vincentini medici, Problematu medicinalium, ex Galeni sentenia, Libri sex. Opus vere aureum, & ad naturalis philosophiae cognitionem perquam necessarium.
—>  Alphabetical Index of Patentees of Inventions
—>  Al-Qanunu'l-Mas'udi (Canon Masudicus)
—>  "Alraune"
—>  Al-Razi's Buch Geheimnis Der Geheimnisse mit Einleitung und Erlauterungen in Deutscher Ubersetzung
—>  Alt und Neuer SchreibCalender, etc.
—>  Alt-Augsburger Kompassmacher
—>  Alte Barometer
—>  Alte Japanische Uhren
—>  Alte Masse an Kirchen und Rathausern
—>  Alte Medizin
—>  Alte Quecksilber Barometer: Ihre Schonheit und Funktion
—>  Alte Sonnenuhren an Europaischen Gebauden
—>  "Alte Sonnenuhren an Gebauden sind bedroht"
—>  "Alte Tiroler Bergbauinstrumente"
—>  Alte Uhren : 2 entries
—>  Alte Uhren [catalogues]
—>  "Alte Uhren" : 2 entries
—>  Alter Bauernkalendar fur der Gemeinjahr 1962
—>  Alter Bauernkalender fur das Gemeinjahr 1955
—>  Alter Bauernkalender fur das Gemeinjahr 1961
—>  Alter Bauernkalender fur das Gemeinjahr 1962
—>  Alter Bauernkalender fur das Gemeinjahr 1964
—>  Alter Bauernkalender fur das Gemeinjahr 1965
—>  Alter Bauernkalender fur das Gemeinjahr 1966
—>  Alter Bauernkalender fur das Gemeinjahr 1967
—>  Alternating Current Measurements at Audio and Radio Frequencies
—>  "Al-Tibb al-Islami"
—>  "Altitude Sundials for Seasonal and Equal Hours"
—>  Al-'ulum wa'l-'umran fi'l-a'sur al-wusta khususan fuma yata-'allaqu bi'l-ta'lif al-'rabiyga* [Arabic]
—>  "Alva Mason, the Franklin Institute, and the Origins of Philosophical and Chemical Instrument Manufacture in the United States"
—>  Alvan Clark and Sons, Artists in Optics
—>  Am Anfang war der Balken: Zur Kulturgeschichte der Steinbrucke
—>  "Am Anfang war die konstruktive Idee: Eine philosophische Hypothese bewirkt den Start in die elektrotechnische Welt"
—>  "Amasa Holcomb - Autobiographical Sketch"
—>  Amateur Photography: A Practical Handbook for the Amateur
—>  Amateur Photomicrography with Simple Apparatus
—>  Ambix
—>  "American Contributions to Mathematical Symbolism"
—>  "American microscope makers and Introduction to the collection"
—>  "American Section London Tour, May 15th-21st, 1991: Part One" [part]
—>  America's Foremost Automobile Collection at the Henry Ford Museum
—>  Amida's Mirror
—>  "Amida's Mirror"
—>  "Ammonities: Ammon's horns into cephalopods"
—>  Amoenitates Academicae sev dissertationes variae Physicae, Medicae Botanicae antohac seorsim editae nunc collectae et auctae cum tabulis aeneis
—>  Ampere's Electrodynamic Molecular Model
—>  Amphitheatrum Zootomicum. Tabulis Aeneis Quamplurimis exhibens Historiam Animalium Anatomicam, e Miscellaneis S.R.I. Academiae Naturae Curiosorum, Diariis Societatum Regiarum, Parisiensis, Anglicae & Prussicae, Actis Hafniensibus & Lipsiensibus, Zootomiis
—>  AMSSEE Seminar on Moving Pictures
—>  Amsterdam Pharmacopoeia
—>  Amtlicher fuhrer durch die Sammlungen
—>  Amulets
—>  Amulett und Talisman: Erscheinungsform und Geschichte
—>  Amulettes, talismans & Pantacles dans les traditions Orientales et Occidentales
—>  'An 18th-Century Alchemical Society'
—>  "An 8th-century Meridian Line: I Hsing's Chain of Gnomons and the Prehistory of the Metric System"
—>  An ABC of Radar
—>  An Abridgement of the Official Papers relating to Operations Performed by Order of the Directors of the Royal Hospital for Seamen, Greenwich, on several of the Pensioners belonging thereto, for the Purpose of ascertaining the general efficacy of the New M
—>  An Abridgment of the Two first Lessons of the First Week
—>  An Abstract or Brief Declaration of the present state of his Majesties Revenew ...
—>  "An Account for Repairs to the Westminster Palace Clock"
—>  "An Account of a Book, intitl'd, De Luminis Affectionibus Specimen Physico-Mathematicum, dedicated to Cardinal Polignac, and printed at Trevise and Venice, 1727, by Signior Rizzetti"
—>  "An Account of a Reflecting Telescope, made by Mr. J. Hadley. V.P. No 376. p. 303"
—>  An Account of a Surprizing Meteor, seen in the Air March 19. 1718/19. at Night. Containing, I. A Description of this Meteor, from the Original Letters of those who saw it in different Places. II. Some Historical Accounts of the like Meteors before. III. A : 2 entries
—>  An Account of a Surprizing Meteor, Seen in the Air, March the 6th, 1715/16. at Night. Containing, I. A Description of this Meteor, from the Author's own Observations. II. Some Historical Accounts of the like Meteors before; with Extracts from such Letters
—>  An Account of a Tract, entitled, The laws of the Moon's Motion according to Gravity. By John Machin, Astr. Prof. Gresh. and R. S. Secr. Annex'd to the English Translation of Sir Isaac Newton's Principia
—>  An Account of Architects and Architecture, in an Historical, and Etymological Explanation of certain Tearms particularly affected by Architects
—>  "An Account of Donati's Comet of 1858"
—>  An Account of Experiments made at the Pantheon, On the Nature and Use of Conductors: To which are added, Some New Experiments with the Leyden Phial. Read at the Meetings of the Royal Society
—>  "An Account of Experiments on the Reflecting Telescope"
—>  An Account of Experiments to determine the Specific Gravities of Fluids, thereby to obtain The Strength of Spiritous Liquors. Together with Some Remarks on a Paper entitled, 'The Best Method of Proportioning the Excise upon Spiritous Liquors' lately print
—>  An Account of Inventions and Improvements in Surgical Instruments, made by John Weiss, 62, Strand; with a selection of cases wherein they have been successfully employed, and testimonials of their utility from eminent surgeons
—>  An Account of Lord Bacon's Novum Organon Scientiarum. or, New Method of Studying the Sciences
—>  "An Account of Meteorological Observations in Four Balloon Ascents, made under the direction of the Kew Observatory Committee of the British Association for the Advancement of Science"
—>  "An Account of Mr. Leeuwenhoek's Microscopes, by Mr. Folkes, V.P. No 380. p. 446"
—>  An account of Sir Charles Bell's discoveries in the nervous system
—>  An account of Sir Isaac Newton's philosophical discoveries : in four books
—>  An Account of Some Experiments on Mercury, Silver and Gold, made at Guilford in May, 1782. In the laboratory of Ja,es Price, M.D., F.R.S. To which is prefixed an abridgment of Boyle's account of a Degradation of Gold
—>  An Account of some Experiments on Mercury, Silver and Gold, made at Guildford in May, 1782. In the Laboratory of James Price, M. D., F.R.S. To which is prefixed an Abridgment of Boyle's Account of a Degradation of Gold
—>  An Account of some New Microscopical Discoveries. Founded on an Examination of the Calamary, and its wonderful Milt-Vessels, (each of which tho' they exceed not an Horse-Hair in Diameter, contains a minute Apparatus analogous to that of a Pump, with a fin : 3 entries
—>  "An Account of some Observations lately made at Nurenburg by Mr. P. Wurtzelbaur, shewing that the latitude of that Place has continued without sensible alteration for 200 Years last past; as likewise the Obliquity of the Ecliptick; by comparing them with
—>  An Account of some Remarkable Discoveries in the Production of Artificial Cold; with Experiments on the Congelation of Quicksilver in England: likewise, Observations on the Best Methods of Producing Artificial Cold; and their Application to Useful Purpose
—>  "An Account of the arrival and erection of Fraunhofer's large Refracting Telescope at the Observatory of the Imperial University of Dorpat. Communicated in a Letter from Professor Struve to Francis Baily, Esq."
—>  An Account of the Automaton, constructed by Orffyreus: in Two Letters; the one, from Professor's Gravesande to Sir Isaac Newton; the other from Baron Fischer to Dr Desaguliers. To which is annexed the Testimonial of the Prince of Hesse Cassel, in Favour o
—>  An Account of the Cause and Cure of the Tremors particularly affecting Reflecting Telescopes more than Refracting Ones
—>  "An Account of the Construction and Adjustment of the New Standards of Weights and Measures of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland"
—>  An Account of the Discoveries concerning Comets, with the Way to find their Orbits, And some Improvements in constructing and calculating their Places. For which Reason are here added New Tables, fitted to those Purposes; Particularly with regard to That
—>  An account of the eidouranion; or, transparent orrery : invented by A. Walker
—>  An Account of the Experiments made by Some Gentlemen of the Royal Society, in order to discover whether the Electrical Power would be sensible at great Distances. With An Experimental Inquiry concerning the respective Velocities of Electricity and Sound.
—>  "An account of the first instruments for measuring time, introduced into Rome. From M. D'Arnay's private life of the Romans"
—>  An Account of the Going of Hardy's Chronometer, No. 278, in the Year 1814, at the Radcliffe Observatory, Oxford
—>  An Account of the going of Mr Manton's Chronometer I, in a Vacuum, at the Royal Observatory
—>  An Account of the Herbaria of the Department of Botany in the University of Oxford
—>  An Account of the Invention and Use of Fire-Plates, for the Security of buildings and ships against fire
—>  An Account of the late Total Eclipse of the Sun, on July 28, 1851; as observed at Lilla Edet in Sweden
—>  "An Account of the Life and Writings of the Late William Hunter, M.D."
—>  An Account of the Methods used to describe Lines on Dr Halley's Chart of the Terraqueous Globe; shewing the Variation of the Magnetic Needle about the Year 1756, in all the known Seas; their Application and Use in correcting the Longitude at Sea; with som
—>  "An Account of the Observations on the Great Nebula in Orion, made at Birr Castle, with the 3-feet and 6-feet Telescopes, between 1848 and 1867. With a drawing of the Nebula"
—>  An Account of the Origin of Steam-Boats, in Spain, Great Britain, and America; and of their Introduction and Employment upon the River Thames, between London and Gravesend, to the present Time : 2 entries
—>  An Account of the Proceedings, in order to the Discovery of the Longitude: in a Letter to the Right Honourable ******, Member of Parliament : 2 entries
—>  An Account of the Revd. John Flamsteed
—>  An Account of The Royal Society's Newton Telescope
—>  "An Account of the Self-Registering Anemometer and Rain Gauge erected at the Liverpool Observatory in the Autumn of 1851, with a summary of the Records for the Years 1852, 1853, 1854, and 1855"
—>  "An Account of the Trigonometrical Operation, whereby the Distance between the Meridians of the Royal Observatories of Greenwich and Paris has been determined"
—>  An Account of the Voyages undertaken by the Order of His Present Majesty. For making Discoveries in the Southern Hemisphere. And successively performed by Commodore Byron, Captain Wallis, Captain Carteret, and Captain Cook, in the Dolphin, the Swallow, an
—>  "An Account of Two Meteoric Fireballs, observed in the United States, August 2, and August 6, 1860. With Computation of their Paths"
—>  "An Account, how Adits & Mines are wrought at Liege without Air-shafts" [and] "A way to break easily and speedily the hardest Rocks"
—>  An Act for the Preservation of White and other Pine Trees in Her Majesties Colonies of New Hampshire, Massachusets-Bay ... for the Masting of Her Majesties Navy (1710)
—>  "An additional factor in the history of the centigrade thermometer"
—>  An Address delivered at a special meeting of the Astronomical Society of London, on presenting the Gold medals to J. F. W. Herschel, J. South, and Prof. Struve, on April 14th, 1826 by the President of the Society
—>  An Address delivered at the Anniversary Meeting of the Zoological Club of the Linnean Society, held at the Society's House, in Soho-Square, November 29, 1826
—>  An Address of Welcome
—>  "An Address on John Locke as a Physician"
—>  An Address to the Gentlemen of the County of Cornwall, on The Present State of Mining In that County: with Some Observations on the Tin and Copper Trades
—>  An Adventure with Photo-Micrography. A Detailed Description of how to make a good Photograph showing extremely fine Periodic Structure
—>  An Age of Cameras
—>  "An Age of Plastics?"
—>  An Age of Science and Revolutions, 1600-1800
—>  "An Album of Seascapes by Gustave Le Gray"
—>  "An Alchemical Compilation of the Thirteenth Century A.D."
—>  An Alchemical Correspondence in Germany under the Nazi Regime
—>  "An Alchemical Manuscript by Arnaldus de Bruxella"
—>  "An Alchemical Tract Attributed to Albertus Magnus"
—>  "An Alchemical Work of Sir Isaac Newton"
—>  An Almanack for the Year of Our Lord 1949
—>  An Analysis of the Subscribers to George Adams Junior's Lectures on Natural and Experimental Philosophy (1794)
—>  An Analytical Calculation of the Solar Eclipse for the Seventh of September 1820
—>  An Analytick Treatise of Conick Sections, And their Use for Resolving of Equations in Determinate and Indeterminate Problems. Made English by E. Stone
—>  "An Ancient Chinese Alchemical Classic: Ko Hung on the Gold Medicine and on the Yellow and the White: The Fourth and Sixteenth Chapters of Pao-p'u-tzu"
—>  "An Ancient Chinese Treatise on Alchemy"
—>  "An Ancient Greek Computer"
—>  'An Annotated Bibliography of Benjamin Martin (1704/5-1782) Scientific Instrument Maker and Lecturer'
—>  "An Annotated Bibliography of Benjamin Martin (1704/5-1782) ... [Abstract]"
—>  "An annotated bibliography of evaporation"
—>  An Annotated Bibliography of the Adams Family of Fleet Street: George Senior (1709-1772), George Junior (1750-1795), Dudley (1762-1830)
—>  An Answer to a Charge against the English Universities contained in the Supplement to the Edinburgh Encyclopaedia
—>  An Answer to a Pamphlet entitled "A Narrative of Facts," lately published By Mr Thomas Mudge, Junior, Relating to some Time-Keepers Constructed by his Father Mr Thomas Mudge; wherein is given An Account of the Trial of his First Time-Keeper, and of The Th
—>  An Answer to Mr Ferguson's Essay upon the Moon's turning round its own Axis, subjoined to his Dissertation upon the Harvest Moon, etc.
—>  An Answer to the Late Exceptions made by Mr. Erasmus Warren against the Theory of the Earth
—>  An Anthology of Clocks and Watches
—>  An Anthropological Analysis of Chinese Geomancy
—>  "An Antibacterial Substance Produced by Penicillium Claviforme"
—>  "An Apothecaries' Chemistry Cabinet - Illustrated"
—>  An Apparatus of Instruments: The Role of the Scientific Instrument Commission
—>  "An apparatus to measure contact angles"
—>  An Appeal to the Rebublic of Letters, in behalf of an Injured Science, from the Opinions and Proceedings of some Modern Authors of Elements of Geometry
—>  An Appendix on Reflected Dyalling
—>  An Appendix to the Description and Use of the Globes
—>  An Appendix to the English Translation of Commandine's Euclid
—>  An Appendix to the New Art of Surveying; containing A New Construction of a Pantagraph. Which renders it of universal Use in reducing or enlarging Plans, Drawings, Pictures, Portraits, etc. in Copies bearing any required Proportion to the Original
—>  An Appreciation of Professor Frederick Soddy (1877-1956) ...
—>  "An Arabic Hermetic Manuscript"
—>  "An Ark for the History of Science"
—>  "An Ashmole Relic"
—>  "An Astrolabe attributed to Gerard Mercator, c.1570"
—>  "An Astrolabe Belonging to Galileo?"
—>  "An astrolabe by 'Abd al-A'imma"
—>  An Astronomical Compass and Time Indicator
—>  An astronomical computing instrument from the fifteenth century
—>  "An Astronomical Re-Appraisal of the Star of Bethlehem - A Nova in 5 BC"
—>  An Attempt for the Explanation of the Phenomena
—>  An Attempt for the Explication of the Phaenomena, Observable in an Experiment Published by the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq; in the XXXV. Experiment of his Epistolical Discourse touching the Aire. Confirmation of a former Conjecture made by R. H.
—>  An Attempt to demonstrate that all the Phaenomena of Nature may be explained by Two Simple Active Principles, Attraction and Repulsion: Wherein the Attractions of Cohesion, Gravity and Magnetism, are shewn to be one and the same; and the Phaenomena of the
—>  An attempt to establish the first principles of chemistry by experiment
—>  An Attempt to prove the Motion of the Earth from Observations made by Robert Hooke F.R.S.
—>  An Attempt towards a Natural History of the Fossils of England; in a Catalogue of the English Fossils in the Collection of John Woodward, M.D. Containing a Description and Historical Account of each; with Observations and Experiments, made in order to dis : 2 entries
—>  An Attempt towards obtaining Invariable Measures of Length, Capacity, and Weight, form the Mensuration of Time, idenpendent of the Mechanical Operations requisite to ascertain the Center of Oscillation or the true Length of Pendulums
—>  "An Automatic Feeder for Coloured Flames"
—>  "An Early Al-Sufi Manuscript in the Bodleian Library in Oxford. A Study in Islamic Constellation Images"
—>  "An Early Anadidymus of the Chick"
—>  "An Early Anchor Escapement in a Turret Clock" : 2 entries
—>  "An Early Attempt to Oxidise Gold: Van Marum's large electrostatic generator and the swan song of phlogiston"
—>  "An early bill for fossils from Joshua Platt, of Oxford, 1772"
—>  "An early erroneous forecast"
—>  "An Early Italian Globe"
—>  "An Early Mediaeval "Book of Fate": the Sortes XII Patriarcharum. With a note on Books of Fate"
—>  "An Early Mediaeval Chinese Alchemical Text on Aqueous Solutions" : 2 entries
—>  "An Early Medieval Water-clock"
—>  "An early method of successive approximations"
—>  "An early optical lens-grinding lathe"
—>  "An Early Orrery by Thomas Tompion and George Graham recently acquired by the Museum of the History of Science, Oxford"
—>  "An Early Orrery by Thomas Tompion and George Graham"
—>  "An Early Renaissance Stone Polyhedral Sundial Found at Iron Acton Court, near Bristol"
—>  "An Early Satirical Poem on the Royal Society" : 2 entries
—>  "An Early SLR: Reflex Korelle"
—>  "An Easie Demonstration of the Analogy of the Logarithmick Tangents to the Meridian Line or sum of Secants: with various Methods for computing the same to the utmost Exactness"
—>  An easy and pleasant introduction to Sir Isaac Newton's philosophy
—>  An easy introduction to astronomy for young gentlemen and ladies
—>  An easy introduction to astronomy, for young gentlemen and ladies : 5 entries
—>  An Easy Method of Assaying and Classing Mineral Substances
—>  An Easy Method of Finding the Longitude and Time at Sea from the Observations made for determining the Longitude by the Lunar Method; or (When the Time at Greenwich is given) from the Observed Altitudes of the Moon and Sun, or of the Moon and a Star; toge
—>  "An Edinburgh intrigue : Brewster's Society of Arts and the pantograph dispute"
—>  "An Eighteenth Century Rainfall Record at Shirburn Castle, Oxfordshire"
—>  "An Eighteenth-Century Orrery by Thomas Heath, and some earlier Orreries"
—>  An eighth/fourteenth-century quadrant of the astrolabist al-Mizzi
—>  "An Electrical Logic Machine"
—>  "An electron microscopical examination of Nobert's finest test-plate of twenty bands"
—>  "An electron microscopical examination of Nobert's ten-band test-plate"
—>  An Elementary Treatise on Conic Sections
—>  An Elementary Treatise on Electricity
—>  An Elementary Treatise on Heat
—>  An Elementary Treatise on Optics : 3 entries
—>  An elementary treatise on the calculus : with illustrations from geometry, mechanics and physics
—>  An Elementary Treatise on the Computation of Eclipses and Occultations
—>  An Elementary Treatise on the Dynamics of a System of Rigid Bodies. With numerous Examples
—>  An Elementary Treatise on the Lunar Theory, with a brief sketch of the history of the problem before Newton
—>  An elementary Treatise on the Planetary Theory, with a Collection of Problems
—>  An Elementary Treatment of the Theory of Spinning Tops and Gyroscopic Motion
—>  "An Elizabethan Chemist: A Transcript of the earliest known Reference to a Chemist in Business"
—>  An Elizabethan Gilded Pocket Sundial by Augustine Ryther, dated 1585
—>  "An Elizabethan Quadrant-dial in Silver by Humphrey Cole"
—>  "An Elizabethan Surveyor and his Cartographic Progeny"
—>  "An Emblematic Watch By Gribelin"
—>  An enquiry into the life and legend of Michael Scot
—>  An entertainment for angels : electricity in the Enlightenment
—>  "An Enzyme from Bacteria able to Destroy Penicillin"
—>  An epitome of chemistry : wherein the principles of the science are illustrated in one hundred entertaining and instructive experiments, capable of being performed without the aid of any apparatus, except a few wine glasses, an oil flask, and a crucible ;
—>  An epitome of experimental chemistry, in three parts. : Part I. Intended to facilitate the acquisition of chemical knowledge, by minute instructions for the performance of experiments. Part II. Directions for the analysis of mineral waters; of earths and
—>  "An Equidistant and a Trapezoidal Projection of the early Fifteenth Century"
—>  "An Equinoctial Ring Dial by Ralph Greatorex"
—>  "An Error in Star Catalogues Concerning B.D.+35o, 1508"
—>  An Essay concerning the Effects of Air on Human Bodies
—>  An Essay Concerning the Multiplication of Mankind: Together with another Essay in Political Arithmetick, Concerning the Growth of the City of London: with the Measures, Periods, Causes, and Consequences thereof. 1682
—>  An essay for introducing a portable laboratory: : by means whereof all the chemical operations are commodiously perform'd, for the purposes of philosophy, medicine, metallurgy, and a family. With sculptures : 2 entries
—>  An Essay for Introducing a Portable Laboratory: by means whereof all the Chemical Operations are Commodiously Perform'd for the Purposes of Philosophy, Medicine, Metallurgy, and a Family
—>  An Essay of the True Nature and Due Method of Treating the Gout, Written for the Use of Richard Tennison, Esq; together with an Account of the Nature and Quality of Bath-Waters, the Manner of using them, and the Diseases in which they are proper: as also
—>  An Essay on a New Construction, of the Reflecting Telescope, which by means of a Scale of Magnifying Powers, is made an Universal Perspective. Performing the Office of I. Of a common Reflecting Telescope. II. Engyscope, for shewing all near Objects. III.
—>  An essay on chemical analysis: : chiefly translated from the fourth volume of the last edition of the Traite de chimie elementaire, of L.J. Thenard, with additions, comprehending the latest discoveries and improvements in this branch of the science. With
—>  An essay on chemical statics; : with copious explanatory notes, and an appendix on vegetable and animal substances
—>  An Essay on Church Clocks: With Reference to the Clock from the Hospital Santa Cruz
—>  An Essay on Electricity ... with an Essay on Magnetism
—>  An Essay on Electricity, containing A Series of Experiments Introductory to the Study of that Science; In which are included Some of the latest Discoveries; intended chiefly With a View of facilitating its Application, and extending its Utility In Medical
—>  An Essay on Electricity: being an Enquiry into the Nature, Cause, and Properties thereof, on the principles of Sir Isaac Newton's Theory of Vibrating Motion, Light and Fire. With 42 Capital experiments "That may be made of this wonderful power of nature"
—>  An Essay on Electricity: being an Enquiry into the Nature, Cause, and Properties thereof, on the Principles of Sir Isaac Newton's Theory of Vibrating Motion, Light and Fire; and the Various Phaenomena of Forty-two Capital Experiments; with some Observatio
—>  An Essay on Electricity: Being and Enquiry into the Nature, Cause and Properties thereof, On the Principles of Sir Isaac Newton's Theory of Vibrating Motion, Light, and Fire; And the various Phaenomena of Forty-two Capital Experiments; With some Observati
—>  An Essay on Gold Coin. In which is shewn The General Use of Currency, and the Present State of our Gold Coin; with Arguments to prove the Necessity of a New Coinage; pointing out the distinct Value and Weight that each Piece of Gold ought to be of. Also,
—>  An Essay on Magnetism: Or an Endeavour to explain the various Properties and Effects of the Loadstone: together with the Causes of the same
—>  An Essay on Newton's "Principia"
—>  An Essay on Phlogiston, and the Constitution of Acids
—>  An Essay on Pyrometry and Areometry, and on Physical Measures in General
—>  An Essay on the Art of Decyphering
—>  An Essay on the Cause of Rain and its Allied Phenomena
—>  An Essay on the Determination of the Elements of the Orbits of Comets and Planets
—>  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
—>  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
—>  "An Essay on the History of the Linkage of Paris and Greenwich Observatories"
—>  An Essay on the Means Hitherto Employed for Lighting Streets and the Interior of Houses; on those which may be substituted with advantage in their stead; intended as an attempt towards the improvement of this branch of domestic economy, by Increasing the
—>  "An Essay on the Method of Determining the Difference of Longitude between Places at Land, from the Observed Transit of the Moon over their Meridians: with a Demonstration and Example"
—>  An Essay on the Nature and Application of Steam, with an Historical Notice of the Rise and Progressive Improvement of the Steam-Engine
—>  An Essay on the Nature and Superior Use of Globes, In conveying the First Principles of Geography and Astronomy To the Minds of Youth; also, A Candid Examination of the Construction and Use of Planispheres, wherein The Erroneous Nature, and many bad Conse
—>  An Essay on the Nature and Superior Use of Globes. In conveying the First Principles of Geography and Astronomy To the Minds of Youth; Also A Candid Examination of the Construction and Use of Planispheres, wherein The Erroneous Nature, and many bad Conseq
—>  An Essay on the Principles of Human Knowledge
—>  An Essay on the Principles of Mechanics
—>  An Essay on the Question, whether there be two Electrical Fluids, according to Du Faye, or one, according to Franklin
—>  An Essay on the Relation of the Several Parts of a Mathematical Science to the Fundamental Idea therein Contained
—>  An Essay on the relation of the several parts of Mathematical Science to the Fundamental Idea therein contained
—>  An Essay on the Strength and Stress of Timber, founded upon Experiments performed at the Royal Military Academy, on specimens selected from the Royal Arsenal, and His Majesty's Dock-Yard, Woolwich: preceded by an historical review of former theories and e
—>  An essay on the theory of the combination of observations
—>  An essay on the use of chlorurets of oxide of sodium and of lime, as powerful disinfecting agents, and of the chloruret of oxide of sodium more especially as a remedy of considerable efficacy, in the treatment of hospital gangrene, phagedenic, syphilitic
—>  An Essay on the Variation of the Compass, shewing how far it is influenced by a change in the direction of the ship's head, with an exposition of the dangers arising to navigators from not allowing for this change of variation. Interspersed with Practical
—>  An Essay on Vision, briefly explaining the Fabric of the Eye, and the Nature of Vision: Intended for the service of those whose Eyes are Weak or Impaired: Enabling them to form and accurate idea of the true state of their sight, the means of preserving it
—>  An Essay on Visual Glasses, (Vulgarly called Spectacles) Wherein it is shewn From the Principles of Optics, and the Nature of the Eye, that the common Structure of those Glasses is contrary to the Rules of Art, to the Nature of Things, &c. and very prejud
—>  An Essay on Visual Glasses, (Vulgarly called Spectacles) wherein it is shewn, from the Principles of Optics, and the Nature of the Eye, that the common Structure of those Glasses is contrary to the Rules of Art, to the Nature of Things, etc. and very prej
—>  An essay review: Musings on antique astronomy
—>  An Essay touching the Gravitation, or Non-gravitation of Fluid Bodies, and the Reasons thereof
—>  An Essay toward a Natural History of the Earth: and Terrestrial Bodies, especially Minerals: as also of the Sea, Rivers, and Springs. With an Account of the Universal Deluge: and of the Effects that it had upon the Earth : 2 entries
—>  An Essay Toward a Unified Theory of Special Functions Based upon the Functional Equation ?/?z F(z, a) = F(z, a+1)
—>  An Essay towards a History of the Principal Comets that have appeared since the year 1742. Including a particular Detail of the Return of the famous Comet of 1682 in 1759, according to the calculation and prediction of Dr Halley
—>  An Essay towards a Natural History of the Corallines, and other Marine Productions of the like Kind, Commonly found On the Coasts of Great Britain and Ireland. To which is added The Description of a large Marine Polype taken near the North Pole, by the Wh
—>  An Essay towards a New Theory of Vision
—>  An Essay towards a Real Character, and a Philosophical Language
—>  An Essay towards an Explication of the Phaenomena of Electricity, Deduced from the Aether of Sir Isaac Newton, contained in Three Papers which were read before the Royal Society
—>  An Essay upon Distinct and Indistinct Vision
—>  An essay upon poetry, newly reprinted: : upon an occasion of the preface to Valentinian, a play. Wherein the ingenious author is so unjustly reflected upon, that nothing but his great quality, could have hindered him from baffling the satyrist, by publish
—>  An Essay, or attempt, towards establishing a New Universal System of Arithmetic; division of the Year, Circle, and Hour; System of Standard Measures, Weights, and Money; Division of the Mariner's Compass, and Scale of the Barometer, and Thermometer; Intro
—>  "An Estimate of Michael Faraday"
—>  An Estimate of the Quantity of Vapour raised out of the Sea by the warmth of the Sun; derived from an Experiment shown before the Royal Society, at one of their late Meetings"
—>  "An Evaluation of the Classical Candle-Mouse Experiment"
—>  An Evaluation of the Hand Keratoscope as a Diagnostic Instrument for Corneal Astigmatism
—>  An Examination of Dr Burnet's Theory of the Earth. Together with some Remarks on Mr. Whiston's New Theory of the Earth
—>  An Examination of Dr Burnet's Theory of the Earth: with some Remarks on Mr. Whiston's New Theory of the Earth. Also an Examination of the Reflections on the Theory of the Earth; and a Defence of the Remarks on Mr. Whiston's New Theory
—>  An Examination Of Dr Burnet's Theory of the Earth: With Some Remarks On Mr. Whiston's New Theory of the Earth. Also An Examination of the Reflections on the Theory of the Earth; And A Defence of the Remarks on Mr. Whiston's New Theory. To the whole is ann
—>  An Examination of Dr Price's Essay on the Population of England and Wales; and the Doctrine of an Increased Population in this Kingdom, established by Facts
—>  An Examination of M. La Place's Theory of Capillary Action : 2 entries
—>  "An Examination of Monthly and Seasonal Extremes Using Historical Weather Maps from 1781: October 1781"
—>  'An Examination of the Engraved Lettering on English Mathematical Instruments 1550-1800'
—>  An Examination of the Reflections on The Theory of the Earth. Together with a Defence of the Remarks on Mr. Whiston's New Theory
—>  "An example of Eighteenth-century Swiss printer's copy: Euler on the Calculus of Variations"
—>  An excellent discourse of the admirable force and efficacie of Art and Nature, written by the famous Frier Roger Bacon, sometime fellow of Merton Colledge, and afterward of Brasen-nose in Oxford. Printed at London by Thomas Creede for Richard Olive. 1597.
—>  An Exhibition of Early Typewriters to Commemorate the Centenary of the First Manufactured Typewriter
—>  An Exhibition of English Pocket Chronometers from the 18th to the 20th Century
—>  An Exhibition to Commemorate the Bicentenary of the Lunar Society of Birmingham
—>  "An Experimental Inquiry on the Action of Electricity on Gases - I On the Action of Electricity on Oxygen"
—>  "An Experimental Investigation of the Circumstances under which a Change of the Velocity in the Propagation of the Ignition of an Explosive Gaseous Mixture takes place in closed and open Vessels. Part I. Chronographic Measurements"
—>  "An Experimental Study of the Anticlastic Bending of Rectangular Bars of Different Cross-Sections"
—>  "An Experimental Study of the Variations in the Production of Visual Disturbance by Certain New Cinchona Derivatives"
—>  An Explanation of a new Construction and Improvement of the Sea Octant and Sextant, containing a most easy, expeditious and accurate Method of Adjusting and Rectifying those Instruments for Use both at Sea and Land. Also the best Disposition of the Glasse
—>  An Explanation of Mr Gunters Quadrant, As it is enlarged with an Analemma
—>  An Explanation of the Construction and Method of Working the Magnetic Needle Telegraph
—>  An Explanation of the Mechanism and Uses of a general portable Microscope, first invented and made in the Year 1728; and Publish'd by His Majesty's Royal Letters Patent, February 17, 1742
—>  An Explanation of the Nature of the Equation of Time, and Use of the Equation Table for Adjusting Watches and Clocks to the Motion of the Sun. Also, The Description of a Time-Keeper for Astronomical and Other Uses
—>  An Explanation of the Observed Irregularities in the Motion of Uranus, on the Hypothesis of Disturbances caused by a more Distant Planet; with a Determination of the Mass, Orbit, and Position of the Disturbing Body
—>  An explanatory dictionary of the apparatus and instruments employed in the various operations of philosophical and experimental chemistry : 2 entries
—>  An Explication of the Diall sett up in the King's Garden at London, in 1669. In which very many sorts of Dyalls are conteined: by which, besides the Houres of all kinds, etc. Shines
—>  An Exposition of some of the Laws and Phenomena of Magnetic Induction, with original Illustrative Experiments
—>  An Extension of the Double Altitude Problem to finding the Longitude as well as the Latitude at Sea
—>  An Extract from a Letter of the Rev. Mr John Hellins, formerly Assistant to Mr (now Dr) Maskelyne, the Astronomer Royal at Greenwich Observatory, to Francis Maseres, Esq.
—>  An Extract from a Letter of the Rev. Mr. John Hellins, formerly Assistant to Mr. (now Dr.) Maskelyne, the Astronomer-Royal at Greenwich Observatory, to Francis Maseres, Esq.
—>  "An Extract of an account given by Mr. Flamstead of his own and Mr. Edmund Halleys Observations concerning the Spots in the Sun, appearing in July and August 1676"
—>  An Extract of some Physico-Mathematical Discourses contained in Mr. Cotes's Hydrostatical and Pneumatical Lectures: printed for the use of those that go the Course of Experiments
—>  "An Extract of the Journal des Scavans. of April 22 st. N. 1686. Giving an account of the two new Satellites of Saturn, discovered lately by Mr. Cassini at the Royal Observatory in Paris."
—>  "An Historical Account of the Trade Winds, and Monsoons, observable in the Seas between and near the Tropicks, with an attempt to assign the Phisical cause of the said Winds"
—>  An Historical and Descriptive Account of the various processes of the Daguerreotype and the Diorama,
—>  An Historical and Philosophical Account of the Barometer, or Weather-Glass. ... Are Assigned and Explained ...
—>  An Historical and Philosophical Account of the Barometer, or Weather-Glass. Wherein the Reason and Use of that Instrument, the Theory of the Atmosphere, and the Causes of its different Gravitation, are Assign'd and Explain'd. And a Modest Attempt from the
—>  An Historical and Philosophical Account of the Barometer, or Weather-Glass. Wherein the reason and use of that Instrument, the Theory of the Atmosphere, the Causes of its different Gravitation are assign'd and explain'd: and A Modest Attempt from thence m
—>  An Historical Review of the Nature and Results of Vaccination, as unfolded in Dr Baron's Life of Jenner
—>  An Historical Survey of the Astronomy of the Ancients
—>  An Humble Address to the Right Honourable the Lords. And the rest of the Honourable Commissioners, Appointed by Act of Parliament to judge of all Performances Relating to the Longitude; Wherein it is demonstrated from Mr Flamsteed's Observations, that by
—>  An Hypothetical Notion of the Plague; And some Out-of-the-Way Thoughts about it. Shewing, I. What the Pestilential Matter Originally is, and whence. II. What the Infective Particles, and their Quality is. III. The Nature of Infection and Contagion. IV. Me
—>  "An Iconographic Study of Sandglasses Suggesting a Possible Use as Cheap Domestic Timekeepers"
—>  "An Iconographic Study of Sandglasses"
—>  An idea of a phytological history propounded. : Together with a continuation of the anatomy of vegetables, particularly prosecuted upon roots. And an account of the vegetation of roots grounded chiefly thereupon
—>  An Illustrated and Descriptive Catalogue of Philosophical, Meteorological, Mathematical, Surveying, Optical and Photographic Instruments, manufactured by L. P. Casella, Scientific & Meteorological Instrument Maker to the Admiralty, ... 23, Hatton Garden,
—>  An Illustrated and Descriptive Catalogue of Surveying, Philosophical, Mathematical, Optical, Photographic and Standard Meteorological Instruments manufactured by L. Casella
—>  An Illustrated Catalogue of Microscopes Objectives and Accessory Apparatus
—>  An Illustrated Catalogue of Scientific Instruments
—>  An Illustrated Catalogue of Scientific Instruments manufactured and sold by R. & J. Beck, to whom the following medals have been awarded: ...
—>  An Illustrated Catalogue of Scientific Instruments Owned by the Most Honourable the Marquess of Bath
—>  [An Illustrated Catalogue of Scientific Instruments ...]
—>  An Illustrated Dictionary of Scientific Terms
—>  An Illustrated History of Science
—>  An Inaugural Lecture on the Study of Botany, read in the Library of the Botanic Garden, Oxford, May 1, 1834
—>  An Inaugural Lecture on the Study of Botany, read in the Library of the Botanic Garden, Oxford, May I, MDCCCXXXIV
—>  An Independent Scientist's Views on the Economic & Political Possibilities of Atomic Energy for the Future
—>  An Index of British Mathematicians. Part 2. 1701-1760
—>  An Index of British Mathematicians: A Check-List
—>  An Index to Biographical Fragments in Unspecialized Scientific Journals
—>  An Index to the Genera and Species of the Diatomaceae and their Synonyms
—>  An Index to The Mathematical Practitioners of Hanoverian England 1714-1840
—>  An Index to The Mathematical Practitioners of Hanoverian England 1714-1840 by E. G. R. Taylor
—>  "An Infirmity of Purpose"
—>  "An Inquiry concerning the Weight ascribed to Heat"
—>  "An Inquiry into the Geometrical Character of the Hour-lines upon the Antique Sundials"
—>  "An Inquiry into the Geometrical Character of the Hour-Lines upon the Antique Sun-Dials"
—>  An Inquiry into the Original State and Formation of the Earth; deduced from facts and the laws of Nature. To which is added an Appendix, containing some general observations on the strata in Derbyshire. With sections of them, representing their arrangment
—>  An Instance of Mechanic Movement, in which the known Axiom does not take place, namely, that 'in using any Mechanic Power, what you gain in power, you lose in time'
—>  "An Instrument for the Rapid and Accurate Determination of the Specific Gravity of Solid Bodies"
—>  "An Interferometer after Mach and Zehnder"
—>  "An International Catalogue of Scientific Instruments made before A.D. 1500. A Preliminary Report"
—>  "An International Checklist of Astrolabes"
—>  An Interpretation of the no. 666. Wherein, not onely the Manner, how this Number ought to be Interpreted, is clearely proved and Demonstrated: but it is also showed, yt this Number is an exquisite and perfect Character, truly, exactly, and essentially des
—>  "An Intimate View of Seventeenth Century Science"
—>  An Introduction and Notes, on Mr. Bird's method of Dividing Astronomical Instruments. To which is added, a Vocabulary of English and French Technical Terms
—>  An Introduction to a General System of Hydrostaticks and Hydraulicks, Philosophical and Practical. Wherein the most reasonable and advantageous Methods of raising and conducting Water, ... Containing in General a Physico-mechanical Enquiry into the Origin
—>  An Introduction to Astronomy. In a series of letters, from a Preceptor to his Pupil. In which the most useful and interesting Parts of the Science are clearly and familiarly explained
—>  An Introduction to Astronomy. In a series of letters, from a Preceptor to his Pupil. In which the most useful and interesting Parts of the Science are clearly and familiarly explained.
—>  An Introduction to Bibliography for Literary Students
—>  An Introduction to Brass
—>  An introduction to Celestial Mechanics
—>  An introduction to chemical science
—>  An Introduction to Chronology: Containing an Account of Time; also of the most remarkable Cycles, Epochs, Eras, Periods and Moveable Feasts. To which is added, a Brief Account of the several Methods proposed for the Alteration of the Style, the reforming
—>  An Introduction to Designated Collections
—>  An Introduction to Electricity
—>  An introduction to electricity : in six sections : 2 entries
—>  An Introduction to Electricity. In six sections. I. Of Electricity in general. II. A Description of the Electrical Machine. III. A Description of the Apparatus (belonging to the Machine) for making Electrical Experiments. IV. How to know if the Machine be
—>  An Introduction to Experimental Psychology
—>  An Introduction to Geography, Astronomy, and Dialling Containing the most Useful Elements of the said Sciences ...
—>  An Introduction to Islamic Cosmological Doctrines
—>  An introduction to machine drawing and design
—>  An Introduction to Medieval Ivory Carvings
—>  An Introduction to Metallic Corrosion
—>  An Introduction to Metallurgical Laboratory Techniques
—>  An Introduction to Mineralogy: or An Accurate Classification of Fossils and Minerals, viz. Earths, Stones, Salts, Inflammables and Metallic Substances
—>  An Introduction to Natural Philosophy
—>  An Introduction to Natural Philosophy: or Philosophical Lectures read in the University of Oxford anno Dom. 1700
—>  An Introduction to Natural Philosophy: or, Philosophical Lectures read in the University of Oxford, Anno Dom. 1700 : 2 entries
—>  An Introduction to Organic Chemistry
—>  An Introduction to Pharmacology and Therapeutics
—>  An introduction to physiological and systematical botany
—>  An Introduction to Practical Astronomy: Containing tables recently computed for facilitating the reduction of celestial observations
—>  An Introduction to Practical Astronomy; or, The Use of the Quadrant and Equatorial
—>  An introduction to the atomic theory
—>  An Introduction to the Chart of the Elements
—>  An Introduction to the Geometrical Analysis of the Ancients
—>  An Introduction to the History and Study of Chess: with copious descriptions, etymological & practical; together with a system of elementary rules for playing; to which is added, The analysis of chess, of Andre Danican Philidor; the whole simplifyed and a
—>  An Introduction to the History of Astrology
—>  An Introduction to the History of Medicine : 2 entries
—>  An Introduction to the Life of the Rev. Thomas Birch D.D., F.R.S. 1705-1766 Leading Editor of the General Dictionary ... 1741 Secretary of the Royal Society and Trustee of the British Museum
—>  An Introduction to the Literature of Vertebrate Zoology based chiefly on the titles in the Blacker Library of Zoology, the Emma Shearer Wood Library of Ornithology, the Bibliotheca Osleriana and other libraries of McGill University, Montreal : 2 entries
—>  An Introduction to the M. C. C. Periodic Chart of the Elements
—>  An introduction to the mechanical part of clock and watch work : 1773
—>  An Introduction to the Mechanical Part of Clock and Watch Work. In two parts: containing all the Arithmetic and Geometry necessary, with their Particular Application in the said Branches. A work very useful for the Working Mechanic, or Gentlemen Mechanica
—>  An Introduction to the Optical Microscope
—>  An introduction to the osteology of the Mammalia : being the substance of the course of lectures delivered at the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 1870
—>  An Introduction to the Study of Cryptogamous Plants in Letters
—>  An Introduction to the Study of the Diatomaceae
—>  An Introduction to the Technique of Section-Cutting from the Notes of the late Mr. Peter Jamieson
—>  An Introduction to the Theory and Use of the Microscope
—>  An Introduction to the Theory of Optics
—>  An Introduction to the Theory of Relativity
—>  An Introduction to the True Astronomy: or, Astronomical Lectures, read in the Astronomical School of the University of Oxford : 5 entries
—>  An introduction to the use of the globes, and the orrery : with the application of astronomy to chronology
—>  "An Introductory Guide to the Literature of Medicine in Newcastle"
—>  An Introductory Lecture to a Course in Comparative Anatomy, illustrative of Paley's Natural Theology
—>  An Introductory Lecture to a Course of Chemistry: Read at the Laboratory in Oxford, on February 7, 1797
—>  An Inventory of Published Letters to and from Physicists, 1900-1950
—>  An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the City of Oxford
—>  An Inventory of the Navigation and Astronomy Collections in the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich
—>  "An Investigation into Rainfall Recording at Oxford"
—>  An Investigation of Liquid and Solid Bituminous Materials as Extenders for Rubber
—>  "An Investigation of the Immediate Effects of X-Rays on Living Animal Tissues"
—>  "An Investigation on the Chemical Nature of Wax. III. On Myricin"
—>  "An Occupation for an Independent Gentleman: Astronomy in the Life of John Herschel" : 2 entries
—>  "An occurrence of nephrite jade in West Pakistan"
—>  "An old catalogue and what it tells us of the scientific instruments and curios collected by Queen Charlotte and King George III"
—>  An Old Colonial Manuscript Volume Relating to Alchemy
—>  "An old Scottish yard and ell measure"
—>  "An Old Timer"
—>  An Operation 2,000 Years Ago
—>  An Organ for the Sultan
—>  An Outline of Polymer Chemistry
—>  "An Outline of the History of Medicine in India"
—>  An Outline of the History of Metal Cutting Machines to the Middle of the 19th Century

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