Philosophy delineated containing a resolution of divers knotty questions upon suddry [sic] philosophical notions: viz. Concerning the original of springs, and of their irregular ebbings and flowings. Of chymical multiplications or the increasing of quantity of liquors of distillation. Of the possibility of a persons learning in an hour or two to write his mind in a language he is ignorant of. Concerning sympathy between several parts of animal bodies, fresh water springs are asserted at the bottom of the sea. Of the sutures in the skul. Of the consistency of immense volatility with immense ponderousness of the motion of the celestial bodies about their particular axes. Concerning angles of contact. With a large cut of brass explaining divers problems. By William Marshall, Dr. of Physick of the College of Physicians, London.
printed for Obadiah Blagrave, at the Bear in St. Paul's Church-Yard, near the Little North Door,
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