Catalog Record: The philosophical history and memoirs of the Royal academy of sciences at Paris: or, An abridgment of all the papers relating to natural philosophy, which have been publish'd by the members of that illustrious society from the year 1699 to 1720. With many curious observations relating to the natural history and anatomy of animals, &c. Illustrated with copper-plates | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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The philosophical history and memoirs of the Royal academy of sciences at Paris: or, An abridgment of all the papers relating to natural philosophy, which have been publish'd by the members of that illustrious society from the year 1699 to 1720. With many curious observations relating to the natural history and anatomy of animals, &c. Illustrated with copper-plates. The whole translated and abridged, by John Martyn ... and Ephraim Chambers ...

Corporate Author: Académie des sciences (France)
Related Names: Chambers, Ephraim 1680 (ca.)-1740., Martyn, John 1699-1768.
Language(s): English
Published: London, J. & P. Knapton [etc.] 1742.
Subjects: Science > Societies, etc.
Note: Vol. 1 has both general and special t.-p.; v. 2-5 have special t.-p. only.
Physical Description: 5 v. : ill. ; 21 cm. (8vo)
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