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1.

Front Matter to Newton's Philosophy Explain'd For the Use of the Ladies

Author: Francesco Algarotti

Source: Sir Isaac Newton's Philosophy Explain'd For the Use of the Ladies, vol. 1 (London: 1739).

Newton Catalogue ID: OTHE00105

2.

The First Dialogue

Author: Francesco Algarotti

Source: Sir Isaac Newton's Philosophy Explain'd For the Use of the Ladies, vol. 1 (London: 1739).

Newton Catalogue ID: OTHE00106

3.

Dialogue II

Author: Francesco Algarotti

Source: Sir Isaac Newton's Philosophy Explain'd For the Use of the Ladies, vol. 1 (London: 1739).

Newton Catalogue ID: OTHE00107

4.

Dialogue III

Author: Francesco Algarotti

Source: Sir Isaac Newton's Philosophy Explain'd For the Use of the Ladies, vol. 1 (London: 1739).

Newton Catalogue ID: OTHE00108

5.

Books just publish'd

Author: Francesco Algarotti

Source: Sir Isaac Newton's Philosophy Explain'd For the Use of the Ladies, vol. 1 (London: 1739).

Newton Catalogue ID: OTHE00109

6.

The Fourth Dialogue

Author: Francesco Algarotti

Source: Sir Isaac Newton's Philosophy Explain'd For the Use of the Ladies, vol. 2 (London: 1739).

Newton Catalogue ID: OTHE00111

7.

The Fifth Dialogue

Author: Francesco Algarotti

Source: Sir Isaac Newton's Philosophy Explain'd For the Use of the Ladies, vol. 2 (London: 1739).

Newton Catalogue ID: OTHE00112

8.

The Sixth Dialogue

Author: Francesco Algarotti

Source: Sir Isaac Newton's Philosophy Explain'd For the Use of the Ladies, vol. 2 (London: 1739).

Newton Catalogue ID: OTHE00113

9.

Front Matter to the Newtonian System of Philosophy Adapted to the Capacities of young Gentlemen and Ladies

Author: Tom Telescope

Source: The Newtonian System of Philosophy Adapted to the Capacities of young Gentlemen and Ladies, and familiarized and made entertaining by Objects with which they are intimately acquainted (London: 1761).

Newton Catalogue ID: OTHE00115

10.

Introduction, Being the Substance of A Letter to the Hon. ****

Author: Tom Telescope

Source: The Newtonian System of Philosophy Adapted to the Capacities of young Gentlemen and Ladies, and familiarized and made entertaining by Objects with which they are intimately acquainted (London: 1761).

Newton Catalogue ID: OTHE00116

11.

Lecture I

Author: Tom Telescope

Source: The Newtonian System of Philosophy Adapted to the Capacities of young Gentlemen and Ladies, and familiarized and made entertaining by Objects with which they are intimately acquainted (London: 1761).

Newton Catalogue ID: OTHE00117

12.

Lecture II

Author: Tom Telescope

Source: The Newtonian System of Philosophy Adapted to the Capacities of young Gentlemen and Ladies, and familiarized and made entertaining by Objects with which they are intimately acquainted (London: 1761).

Newton Catalogue ID: OTHE00118

13.

Lecture III

Author: Tom Telescope

Source: The Newtonian System of Philosophy Adapted to the Capacities of young Gentlemen and Ladies, and familiarized and made entertaining by Objects with which they are intimately acquainted (London: 1761).

Newton Catalogue ID: OTHE00119

14.

Lecture IV

Author: Tom Telescope

Source: The Newtonian System of Philosophy Adapted to the Capacities of young Gentlemen and Ladies, and familiarized and made entertaining by Objects with which they are intimately acquainted (London: 1761).

Newton Catalogue ID: OTHE00120

15.

Lecture V

Author: Tom Telescope

Source: The Newtonian System of Philosophy Adapted to the Capacities of young Gentlemen and Ladies, and familiarized and made entertaining by Objects with which they are intimately acquainted (London: 1761).

Newton Catalogue ID: OTHE00121

16.

Lecture VI

Author: Tom Telescope

Source: The Newtonian System of Philosophy Adapted to the Capacities of young Gentlemen and Ladies, and familiarized and made entertaining by Objects with which they are intimately acquainted (London: 1761).

Newton Catalogue ID: OTHE00122

17.

Advertisement

Author: Tom Telescope

Source: The Newtonian System of Philosophy Adapted to the Capacities of young Gentlemen and Ladies, and familiarized and made entertaining by Objects with which they are intimately acquainted (London: 1761).

Newton Catalogue ID: OTHE00123

18.

To the Parents, Guardians, and Governesses of Great Britain and Ireland

Author: Tom Telescope

Source: The Newtonian System of Philosophy Adapted to the Capacities of young Gentlemen and Ladies, and familiarized and made entertaining by Objects with which they are intimately acquainted (London: 1761).

Newton Catalogue ID: OTHE00124

19.

A Course of Lectures in Natural and Experimental Philosophy, Geography and Astronomy

Author: Benjamin Martin

Source: A Course of Lectures in Natural and Experimental Philosophy, Geography and Astronomy (Reading: 1743).

Newton Catalogue ID: OTHE00131

20.

Astronomical Dialogues between a Gentleman and a Lady: Wherein the Doctrine of the Sphere, Uses of the Globes, and the Elements of Astronomy and Geography are Explain'd

Author: John Harris

Source: Astronomical Dialogues between a Gentleman and a Lady: Wherein the Doctrine of the Sphere, Uses of the Globes, and the Elements of Astronomy and Geography are Explain'd (London: 1719).

Newton Catalogue ID: OTHE00132

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