Miscellanea curiosa containing a collection of some of the principal phaenomena in nature, accounted for by the greatest philosophers of this age : being the most valuable discourses, read and delivered to the Royal society, for the advancement of physical and mathematical knowledge : as also a collection of curious travels, voyages, antiquities, and natural histories of countries : presented to the same society : to which is added, A discourse of the influence of the sun and moon on human bodies, &c. /
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Printed by W.B. for James and John Knapton,
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