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The philosophy of Sir Isaac Newton explained in six dialogues, on light and colours, between a lady and the author / by Count Algarotti, F.R.S., F.S.A.

Main Author: Algarotti, Francesco, conte, 1712-1764,
Related Names: Morris, Jonathan active 1766, former owner., Morris, Hannah Maria Margaret , former owner., Urie, Robert -1771, bookseller., Algarotti, Francesco conte 1712-1764., Algarotti, Francesco conte 1712-1764.
Language(s): English
Published: Glasgow : Printed for Robert Urie, MDCCLXV [1765]
Subjects: Newton, Isaac, > 1642-1727. > Opticks.
Physics > Early works to 1800.
Optics > Early works to 1800.
Note: Bookseller's advertisement, [2] pages at end.
Errata slip, "Mistakes to be rectified." tipped-in at end.
Signatures: pi² A-Z⁶ 2A².
Translation of: Il Newtonianismo per le dame.
Rubenstein Library copy 1: Acquired as part of the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture.
Rubenstein Library copy 1: Former owner's inscription: Jon[athan] Morris's book, Sept. 16, 1766.
Rubenstein Library copy 1: Letterpress bookplate: Hannah Maria Margaret Morris's book.
Physical Description: [2], 280, [2] pages ; 18 cm (12mo)
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