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Natural history -- Pre-Linnean works -- Early works to 1800
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Arcana microcosmi or, the hid secrets of man's body discovered; in an anatomical duel between Aristotle and Galen concerning the parts thereof: as also, by a discovery of the strange and marveilous diseases, symptomes & accidents of man's body. With a refutation of Doctor Brown's vulgar errors, the Lord Bacon's Natural history, and Doctor Harvy's book De Generatione, comenius, and others; whereto is annexed a letter from Doctor Pr. to the author, and his answer thereto, touching Doctor Harvy's b
Ross, Alexander, 1591-1654
London : Printed by Tho. Newcomb, and are to bee sold by John Clark, entring into Mercers-Chappel, at the lower end of Cheapside, 1652
1652
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Britannia Baconica: or, The natural rarities of England, Scotland, & Wales According as they are to be found in every shire. Historically related, according to the precepts of the Lord Bacon; methodically digested; and the causes of many of them philosophically attempted. With observations upon them, and deductions from them, whereby divers secrets in nature are discovered, and some things hitherto reckoned prodigies, are fain to confess the cause whence they proceed. Usefull for all ingenious m
Childrey, J. (Joshua), 1623-1670
London : printed for the author, and are to be sold by H.E. at the sign of the Grey-hound in St. Pauls Church-yard, 1662
1662
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A description of the nature of four-footed beasts with their figures engraven in brass: written in Latin by Dr. John Johnston. Translated into English by J.P
Jonstonus, Joannes, 1603-1675
London : printed for Moses Pitt, at the Angel, against the little north door of St. Pauls Church, M.DC.LXXVIII. [1678]
1678
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A design of a British dictionary, historical and geographical with an essay, entituled, Archælogia Britannica: and a natural history of Wales. By Edward Lhwyd, keeper of the Ashmolean repository, Oxon
Lhuyd, Edward, 1660-1709
[Oxford : s.n., 1695]
1695
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Micrographia: or Some physiological descriptions of minute bodies made by magnifying glasses· With observations and inquiries thereupon. By R. Hooke, Fellow of the Royal Society
Hooke, Robert, 1635-1703
London : printed for John Martyn, printer to the Royal Society, and are to be sold at his shop at the Bell a little without Temple Barr, MDCLXVII. [1667]
1667
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Surprizing miracles of nature & art in two parts. Containing I. Miracles of nature, or the strange signs and prodigious appearances in the heavens, earth, and waters for many hundred years past. With the most famous comets and prodigies since the birth of our Saviour, and the effects of many of them: as also a particular description of the five blazing stars seen in England, in 1664, 1665, 1680, 1682. and other unaccountable accidents and productions. II. Miracles of art, describing the most mag
R. B., 1632?-1725?
London : printed for Nath. Crouch at the Bell in the Poultrey, near Cheapside, 1699
1699
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New observations on the natural history of this world of matter, and this world of life in two parts. Being a philosophical discourse, grounded upon the Mosaick system of the creation, and the flood. To which are added some thoughts concerning paradise, the conflagration of the world, and a treatise of meteorology: with occasional remarks upon some late theories, conferences, and essays. By Tho. Robinson Rector of Ousby in Cumberland
Robinson, Thomas, d. 1719
London : printed, for John Newton at the Three Pigeons over against the Inner-Temple-gate in Fleet-street, 1699
1699
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Naturall philosophie reformed by divine light or, a synopsis of physicks: by J. A. Comenius: exposed to the censure of those that are lovers of learning, and desire to be taught of God. Being a view of the world in generall, and of the particular creatures therein conteined; grounded upon Scripture principles. With a briefe appendix touching the diseases of the body, mind, and soul; with their generall remedies. By the same author
Comenius, Johann Amos, 1592-1670
London : Printed by Robert and William Leybourn, for Thomas Pierrepont, at the Sun in Pauls Church-yard, M DC LI. [1651]
1651
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Proposals by way of contribution for writing a natural history of Yorkshire. By Jo. Browne, Dr. of Laws and Physick
Browne, John, 1642-ca. 1700
[London : s.n., 1697]
1697
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Naturall philosophy: or A description of the vvorld, and of the severall creatures therein contained viz. of angels, of mankinde, of the heavens, the starres, the planets, the foure elements, with their order, nature and government: as also of minerals, mettals, plants, and precious stones; with their colours, formes, and vertues. By Daniel Widdovves
Scribonius, Wilhelm Adolf, fl. 1576-1583
Printed at London : By Tho. Cotes, for Iohn Bellamie, and are to be sold at the three Golden Lyons in Cornehill, 1631
1631
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Rerum naturalium doctrina methodica post secundam editionem denuò copiosissimè adaucta, & in III. libros distincta: vnà cum Isagoge sphærica methodicè proposita: a Gul. Adolpho Scribonio, Marpurgensi doctore & medico
Scribonius, Wilhelm Adolf, fl. 1576-1583
Londini : Excudebat Henricus Midletonus impensis G. Bishop, M. D. LXXXIII [1538]
1538
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Rerum naturalium doctrina methodica post secundam editionem denuò copiosissimè adaucta, & in III. libros distincta: vnà cum Isagoge sphærica methodicè proposita: a Gul. Adolpho Scribonio, Marpurgensi doctore & medico
Scribonius, Wilhelm Adolf, fl. 1576-1583
Londini : excudebat Henricus Midletonus impensis I. Harrisoni, M.D. LXXXIII. [1583]
1583
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Speculum mundi. Or, A glass representing the face of the world Shewing both that it did begin, and must also end: the manner how, and time when, being largely examined. The whole of which, may be fitly called an hexameron. Or a discourse of the causes, continuance, and qualities of things in nature; occasioned as matter pertinent to the work done in the six days of the world's creation. The fourth edition, much beautified and enlarged, by John Swan
Swan, John, d. 1671
London : printed by W.R. for W. Whitwood at the Rose and Crown in Little-Britain, 1698
1698
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