The Newtonian system of philosophy :
adapted to the capacities of young ladies and gentlemen, and familiarized and made entertaining, by objects with which they are intimately acquainted : being the substance of six letters, read to a select company of friends /
by Tom Telescope, A. M. ; first collected and methodized by the late Mr. Newberry (sic), for the instruction and rational entertainment of the youth of these kingdoms ; illustrated with copperplates.
|Main Author:||Telescope, Tom.|
|Related Names:||Magnet, William. , Newbery, John 1713-1767., Goldsmith, Oliver 1730-1774.|
London : Printed for Ogilvy and Speare, Middle-Row, Holborn, 1794.
A new edition, revised and enriched by an account of the late new philosophical discoveries /
Science > Science / Juvenile literature.
Cf. Roscoe, S. Newbery, J348(8)
Has been attributed to Oliver Goldsmith or John Newbery.
Booksellers' advertisements: p. [2-4] at end.
Advertisement, "A list of the optical and philosphical instruments mentioned in this book ...": p.  at end.
Plate count from "Directions to the binder": at foot of p. 136.
"Price One Shilling and Sixpence bound."
, 136,  p.,  leaves of plates :
ill. (copper-engravings) ;
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