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Matho: or, The cosmotheoria puerilis, a dialogue. In which the first principles of philosophy and astronomy are accommodated to the capacity of young persons, or such as have yet no tincture of these sciences. Hence the principles of natural religion arededuced. Translated, and enlarged by the author. In two volumes. To which is added, a complete index 1 edition

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Matho: or, The cosmotheoria puerilis, a dialogue. In which the first principles of philosophy and astronomy are accommodated to the capacity of young persons, or such as have yet no tincture of these sciences. Hence the principles of natural religion arededuced. Translated, and enlarged by the author. In two volumes. To which is added, a complete index.
Second edition.

Published 1745 by Printed for A. Millar, over-against Katharine-Street in the Strand in London .
Written in English.

The Physical Object

Pagination
[vi], 362 p., [xxviii] ;
Number of pages
362

ID Numbers

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OL16307777M

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