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Gregory, David, 1659-1708. : Remarks upon the Newtonian philosophy : as propos'd by Sir Isaac Newton, in his Principia philosophiæ naturalis; and by Dr. Gregory, in his Principia astronomiæ physicæ. Wherein the fallacies of the pretended mathematical demonstrations, by which those authors support that philosophy, are clearly laid open; and the philosophy it self fully proved to be false and absurd, both by Mathematical and Physical Demonstration. By George Gordon. .
Astronomical clocks -- England. : A succinct description of that elaborate and matchless pile of art, called, the microcosm : with a short account of the solar system: interspersed with poetical sentiments on the planets. Extracted from the most approved authors on that subject.
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