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

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100 1 ‡aTelescope, Tom.
245 1 4 ‡aThe Newtonian system of philosophy : ‡bexplained by familiar objects in an entertaining manner : for the use of young ladies and gentlemen / ‡cby Tom Telescope ; illustrated with copperplates and cuts.
250 ‡aNew improved ed., with many alterations and additions to explain the late new philosophical discoveries, &c, &c. / ‡bby a teacher of Philadelphia.
260 ‡aPhiladelphia : ‡bJacob Johnson, ‡c1803.
300 ‡a137 p., [5] leaves of plates : ‡bill. ; ‡c17 cm.
500 ‡aOliver 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.
510 4 ‡aWelch, D.A. Amer. children's books, ‡c949.1
510 4 ‡aShaw & Shoemaker ‡c5146
538 ‡aMode of access: Internet.
650 0 ‡aScience ‡xPopular works.
650 0 ‡aScientific recreations.
700 1 ‡aNewbery, John, ‡d1713-1767.
700 0 ‡aTeacher of Philadelphia.
700 1 ‡aGoldsmith, Oliver, ‡d1730?-1774.
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