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An Essay toward a Natural History of the Earth: and Terrestrial Bodies, Especially Minerals: As also of the Sea, Rivers, and Springs. With an Account of the Universal Deluge: And of the Effects that it had upon the Earth.

1695

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An Essay toward a Natural History of the Earth: and Terrestrial Bodies, Especially Minerals: As also of the Sea, Rivers, and Springs. With an Account of the Universal Deluge: And of the Effects that it had upon the Earth.

Title-page Attribution: By John Woodward, M.D. Professor of Physick in Gresham- College, and Fellow of the Royal Society.
Imprimatur of Leaf A1v: Imprimatur. Jan. 3 1694/5. John Joskyns, V.P.R.S.
Other Copies: 64

1695

Auteur: Woodward, John
Titre: An Essay toward a Natural History of the Earth: and Terrestrial Bodies, Especially Minerals: As also of the Sea, Rivers, and Springs. With an Account of the Universal Deluge: And of the Effects that it had upon the Earth.
Lieu d'édition: London
Editeur: Printed for Ric. Wilkin at the Kings-Head in St. Paul’s Church-yard.
Date: 1695
Langue: English
Nombre de scans: 312
Type: Print
Code barre: 1072068233
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