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Leipzig: Johann Ambrosius Barth, 1891. 2 volumes. Both books filled with equations, 2 full-page plates at rear of volume I, plate 2 detached but present, 2 folding table at rear of volume II. xii + 139 pages and viii + 166 pages, thin 8vo, maroon cloth; spine ends chipped, cloth rubbed. Leipzig: Johann Ambosius Barth, 1891 & 1893. Overall a very good pair. Part I: Ableitung der Grundgleichungen fur Ruhende, Homogene, Isotrope Korper.Part II: Verhaltniss zur Fernwirkungstheorie; Specielle Falle der.....
London: 1755. 390 pages, small 8vo, full polished tree calf. London: 1755. Very good (+). "Bonnet is considered one of the fathers of modern biology. He is distinguished for both his experimental research and his philosophy, which exerted a profound influence upon the naturalists of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. " (D.S.B. II: 286).
Amsterdam: Reynal, 1769. 2 volumes in one. xxiv, 263; , 170, pp. Short 8vo, bound in full contemporary calf; gilt spine with red & black labels (rubbed but sound and attractive); marbled endpapers, red edges. Amsterdam: Chez Marc-Michel Rey, 1769. Dutch edition, published the same year as the first Geneva edition. Charles Bonnet (1720-1793) was a Swiss naturalist with with wide-ranging interests including entymology, botany, psychology, religion and philosophy. This is his last important work, dealing with the past and.....
Philadelphia: Charles Cist, 1784. Short square 4to. 22pp. pamphlet, unbound (removed). Housed in a folding red cloth sleeve within a gilt decorated morocco- backed slipcase. Philadelphia: Charles Cist, 1784. First edition. Vertical crease and some age-toning, else near fine. Scarce. One of the earliest attempts to introduce scientific agriculture in America.
London: William Godbid, 1672. 185 pages, 12mo, original calf covers (slightly bowed), neatly re-cased. London: William Godbid, 1672. First edition. A very clean tight copy. Small contemporary brown ink notation on the fly-leaf and previous owners name on the publishers note.The Essay marks the beginning of the modern development in knowledge of crystal structure. Wing B3947. Fulton 96. Neville 193.