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  • Vegetable staticks. Foreword to this ed. by M. A. Hoskin.

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    • London, Scientific Book Guild [1961]
    • 1961
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  • Instructions pour les mariniers : contenant la maniere de rendre l'eau de mer potable, de conserver l'eau douce, le biscuit, le bled, et de saler les animaux : et diverses autres expériences physiques, lûës dans la Société Roïale de Londres / traduit de l'anglois de Mr. Hales ...

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    • A La Haye : Chez Pierre Paupie, 1740.
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  • An account of a useful discovery to distill double the usual quantity of sea-water, by blowing showers of air up through the distilling liquor : and an account of the great benefit of ventilators in many instances, in preserving the health and lives of people, in slave and other transport ships, which were read before the Royal Society : also an account of the good effect of blowing showers of air up through the milk, thereby to cure the ill taste which is occasioned by some kinds of food of cows / by Stephen Hales.

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    • London : Printed for Richard Manby ..., 1756.
    • 1756
  • A treatise on ventilators. Wherein an account is given of the happy effects of the several trials that have been made of them ... As also of what farther hints and improvements ... have occurred since the publication of the former treatise. Part second. By Stephen Hales.

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    • London, Printed for Richard Manby, 1758.
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  • A description of ventilators, whereby great quantities of fresh air may with ease be conveyed into mines, goals, hospitals, work-houses and ships, in exchange for their noxious air. An account also of their great usefulness in many other respects: as in preserving all sorts of grain dry, sweet, and free from being destroyed by weevels, both in grainaries and ships, and in preserving many other sorts of goods. As also in drying corn, malt, hop, gun-powder, &c., and for many other useful purposes. Which was read before the Royal Society in May, 1741 ... By Stephen Hales ...

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    • London, Printed for W. Innys [etc.] 1743.
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  • Some considerations on the causes of earthquakes. Which were read before the Royal Society, April 5, 1750. By Stephen Hales ...

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    • London, R. Manby & H.S. Cox, 1750.
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  • The pernicious practice of dram-drinking, set forth in its proper light.

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    • Woodbridge, Printed by J. Parker, MCCLIX [really 1759]
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  • Some considerations on the causes of earthquakes. : Which were read before the Royal Society, April 5, 1750. / By Stephen Hales, D.D, F.R.S.

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    • London. : Printed for R. Manby and H.S. Cox, on Ludgate-Hill., 1750..
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  • Statical essays: containing vegetable statics; or, An account of some statical experiments on the sap in vegetables. Being an essay towards a natural history of vegetation ... Also a specimen of an attempt to analyse the air, by a great variety of chymio-statical experiments, which were read at several meetings before the Royal Society. By Stephen Hales.

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    • London : Printed for Wilson and Nicol; T. Durham; G. Keith; and Robinson and Roberts, 1769.
    • 1769
  • The pernicious practice of dram-drinking, set forth in its proper light [electronic resource].

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    • Woodbridge [N.J.]: : Printed by James Parker., MCCLIX [i.e., 1759].
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  • An account of a useful discovery to distill double the usual quantity of sea-water [electronic resource] : by blowing showers of air up through the distilling liquor: and an account of the great benefit of ventilators in many Instances, in preserving the Health and Lives of People, in Slave and other Transport Ships, which were read before the Royal Society. Also An Account of the good Effect of blowing Showers of Air up through Milk, thereby to cure the ill Taste which is occasioned by some Kinds of Food of Cows. By Stephen Hales, D. D. F. R. S. Member of the Royal Academy of Sciences at Paris, and Clerk of the Closet to Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales. The second edition. With an appendix; in which is an account of some farther considerable improvements made in the Method of procuring Plenty of Fresh-Water at Sea, viz. three Parts in four more than in the common Methods of Distilling: Also a farther Account of more Instances and Proofs of the good Effect of Ventilators in Ships: As also of the curing, in a few Minutes, the ill Taste of Turnip Milk, and of musty Liquors. Also, with great Ease, presently to make Cream or Milk Sillabubs, viz. by blowing Showers of Air up through them.

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    • London : printed for Richard Manby, in the Old-Bailey, near Ludgate-Hill, M.DCC.LVI. [1756]
    • 1756
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  • A friendly admonition to the drinkers of gin, [electronic resource] : Brandy, and other Distilled Spirituous Liquors. With an Humble Representation of the Necessity of restraining a Vice so destructive of the Industry, Morals, Health, and Lives of the People. To which are Added, In an Appendix, directions by a very Eminent Physician, to such as may be desirous to break off that odious and fatal Habit of drinking Drams. By Stephen Hales, D. D. Clerk of the Closet to Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales.

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    • London : printed for B. Dod, Bookseller to The Society for promoting Christian Knowledge, at the Bible and Key in Ave-Mary Lane, near Stationers-Hall, 1751.
    • 1751
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  • A Friendly admonition to the drinkers of gin, brandy, and other distilled spirituous liquors [electronic resource] : With an Humble Representation of the Necessity of restraining a Vice so destructive of the Industry, Morals, Health, and Lives of the People. To which are Added, In an Appendix, Directions by a very Eminent Physician, to such as may be desirous to break off that odious and fatal Habit of drinking Drams. By Stephen Hales, D. D. Clerk of the Closet to Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales.

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    • London : printed for B. Dod, Bookseller to The Society for promoting Christian Knowledge, at the Bible and Key in Ave-Mary Lane, near Stationers-Hall, [1754]
    • 1754
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  • Philosophical experiments [electronic resource] : containing useful, and necessary instructions for such as undertake long voyages at sea. Shewing how sea-water may be made fresh and wholsome: and how fresh-water may be preserv'd sweet. How Biscuit, Corn, &c. may be secured from the Weevel, Meggots, and other Insects. And Flesh preserv'd in hot Climates, by Salting Animals whole. To which is added, An Account of several Experiments and Observations on Chalybeate or Steel-Waters: With some Attempts to convey them to distant Places, preserving their Virtue to a greater Degree than has hitherto been done. Likewise a Proposal for cleansing away Mud, &c. out of Rivers, Harbours, and Reservoirs. Which were read before the Royal-Society, at several of their Meetings, by Stephen Hales, D. D. F. R. S. Rector of Farringdon in Hampshire, and Minister of Teddington, Middlesex.

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    • London : printed for W. Innys and R. Manby, at the West End of St. Paul's; and T. Woodward, at the Half-Moon between the Temple-Gates, in Fleet-Street, M.DCC.XXXIX. [1739]
    • 1739
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  • Statical essays [electronic resource] : containing vegetable staticks; or, an account of some statical experiments on the sap in vegetables. Being An Essay towards a Natural History of Vegetation: Of Use to those who are curious in the Culture and Improvement of Gardening, &c. Also, A Specimen of an Attempt to Analyse the Air, by a great Variety of Chymio-Statical Experiments, which were read at several Meetings before the Royal Society. Vol. I. By Steph. Hales, B. D. F. R. S. Rector of Farringdon, Hampshire, and Minister of Teddington, Middlesex.

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    • London : printed for W. Innys, at the West End of St. Paul's ; T. Woodward, at the Half-Moon over-against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleetstreet ; and J. Peele, at Locke's Head in Amen-Corner, M,DCC,XXXI. [1731]
    • 1731
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  • Vegetable staticks [electronic resource] : or, an account of some statical experiments on the sap in vegetables: being an essay towards a natural history of vegetation. Also, a specimen of an attempt to analyse the air, By a great Variety of Chymio-Statical Experiments; Which were read at several Meetings before the Royal Society. By Steph. Hales, B. D. F. R. S. Rector of Farringdon, Hampshire, and Minister of Teddington, Middlesex.

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    • London : printed for W. and J. Innys, at the West End of St. Paul's; and T. Woodward, over-against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleetstreet, M,DCC,XXVII. [1727]
    • 1727
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  • The wisdom and goodness of God in the formation of man. [electronic resource] : Being an anniversary sermon preached before the Royal College of Physicians, London, in the Church of St. Mary le-Bow, on September 21st, 1751. According to the Institution of Dr. Croun, and his Widow the Lady Sadlier. By Stephen Hales, D. D. F. R. S. Clerk of the Closet to her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales.

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    • London : printed for R. Manby and H. S. Cox on Ludgate-Hill, MDCCLI. [1751]
    • 1751
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  • An account of some experiments and observations on tar-water [electronic resource] : wherein is shown the quantity of tar that is therein. And also a Method proposed, both to abate that Quantity considerably, and to ascertain the Strength of the Tar-Water. Which was read before the Royal Society. By Stephen Hales, D. D. F. R. S.

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    • London : printed for R. Manby and H. S. Cox on Ludgate-Hill, MDCCXLV. [1745]
    • 1745
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  • Statical essays [electronic resource] : containing vegetable statics; or, an account of some statical experiments on the sap in vegetables. Being an essay towards a natural history of vegetation: Of Use to those who are curious in the Culture and Improvement of Gardening, &c. Also a specimen of an attempt to analyse the air, by a great Variety of Chymio-Statical Experiments, which were read at several Meetings before the Royal Society. Vol. I. By Stephen Hales, D. D. F. R. S. Rector of Farringdon, Hampshire, and Minister of Teddington, Middlesex.

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    • London : printed for Robinson and Roberts, No. 25, Pater-Noster-Row, 1769.
    • 1769
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  • A friendly admonition to the drinkers of gin, brandy, and other distilled spirituous liquors. With AN Humble Representation of the Necessity of restraining a Vice so destructive of the Industry, Morals, Health, and Lives of the People. To which are added, In an Appendix, Directions by a very Eminent Physician, to such as may be desirous to break off that odious and fatal Habit of Drinking Drams. By Stephen Hales, D. D. Clerk Of The Closet To Her Royal Highness The Princess Of Wales [electronic resource].

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    • London : printed for F. and C. Rivington , Booksellers To The Society For Promoting Christian Knowledge, No. 62, ST. Paul's Church-Yard ; by Bye and Law, St. John's Square, Clerkenwell, [1800]
    • 1800
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  • Statical essays [electronic resource] : containing vegetable statics; or, an account of some statical experiments on the sap in vegetables. Being an essay towards a natural history of vegetation: Of Use to those who are curious in the Culture and Improvement of Gardening, &c. Also a specimen of an attempt to analyse the air, by a great Variety of Chymio-Statical Experiments, which were read at several Meetings before the Royal Society. Vol. I. By Stephen Hales, D. D. F. R. S. Rector of Farringdon, Hampshire, and Minister of Teddington, Middlesex.

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    • London : printed for Wilson and Nicol, in the Strand; T. Durham, near Charing Cross; G. Keith, in Grace-Church Street; and Robinson and Roberts, No. 25, in Pater-Noster Row, 1769.
    • 1769
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  • Statical essays [electronic resource] : containing hæmastatics; or, an account of some hydraulic and hydrostatical experiments made on the blood and blood-vessels of animals. ... To which is added, an appendix, ... With an index to both volumes. Vol. II. By Stephen Hales, ...

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    • London : printed for Wilson and Nicol; T. Durham; G. Keith; and Robinson and Roberts, 1769.
    • 1769
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  • A treatise on ventilators. [electronic resource] : Wherein an account is given of the happy effects of the several trials that have been made of them, in different Ways and for different Purposes: Which has occasioned their being received with general Approbation and Applause, on account of their Utility for the great Benefit of Mankind. As also Of what farther Hints and Improvements in several other useful Ways, have occurred since the Publication of the former Treatise. Part second. By Stephen Hales, D. D. Clerk of the Closet to her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales, F. R. S. and Member of the Royal Academy of Sciences at Paris and Bolognia.

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    • London : printed for Richard Manby, MDCCLVIII. [1758]
    • 1758
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  • A description of ventilators [electronic resource] : whereby great quantities of fresh air may with ease be conveyed into mines, goals, hospitals, Work-Houses and Ships, In Exchange for their Noxious Air. An Account also of their Great Usefulness in many other Respects: As in Preserving all Sorts of Grain Dry, Sweet, and free from being Destroyed by Weevels, both in Grainaries and Ships: And in Preserving many other Sorts of Goods. As also in drying Corn, Malt, Hops, Gun-Powder, &c. and for many other useful Purposes. Which was read before the Royal Society in May 1741. By Stephen Hales D. D. F. R. S. Rector of Faringdon, Hampshire; And Minister of Teddington, Middlesex.

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    • London : printed for W. Innys, at the West End of St. Paul's; R. Manby, over against the Old Bailey on Ludgate-Hill; and T. Woodward, M.DCC.XLIII. [1743]
    • 1743
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  • Some considerations on the causes of earthquakes. [electronic resource] : Which were read before the Royal Society, April 5, 1750. By Stephen Hales, D.D, F.R.S.

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    • London : printed for R. Manby and H. S. Cox, on Ludgate-Hill, 1750.
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  • An account of a useful discovery to distill double the usual quantity of sea-water, [electronic resource] : by blowing showers of air up through the distilling liquor: and an account of the great benefit of ventilators in many Instances, in preserving the Health and Lives of People, in Slave and other Transport Ships, which were read before the Royal Society. Also An Account of the good Effect of blowing Showers of Air up through Milk, thereby to cure the ill Taste which is occasioned by some Kinds of Food of Cows. By Stephen Hales, D. D. F. R. S. Member of the Royal Academy of Sciences at Paris, and Clerk of the Closet to Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales. The second edition. With an appendix; in which is an account of some farther considerable improvements made in the Method of procuring Plenty of Fresh-Water at Sea, viz. three Parts in four more than in the common Methods of Distilling: Also a farther Account of more Instances and Proofs of the good Effect of Ventilators in Ships: As also of the curing, in a few Minutes, the ill Taste of Turnip Milk, and of musty Liquors. Also, with great Ease, presently to make Cream or Milk Sillabubs, viz. by blowing Showers of Air up through them.

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    • London : printed for Richard Manby, in the Old-Bailey, near Ludgate-Hill, M.DCC.LVI. [1756]
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  • An account of a useful discovery to distill double the usual quantity of sea-water, [electronic resource] : by blowing showers of air up through the distilling liquor; and also To have the Distilled Water perfectly fresh and good by means of a little Chalk. And an account of the great benefit of ventilators in many Instances, in preserving the Health and Lives of People, in Slave and other Transport Ships; which were read before the Royal Society. Also An Account of the good Effect of blowing Showers of Air up through Milk, thereby to cure the ill Taste which is occasioned by some Kinds of Food of Cows. By Stephen Hales, D. D. F. R. S. Member of the Royal Academy of Sciences at Paris, and Clerk of the Closet to Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales.

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    • London : printed for Richard Manby, in the Old-Bailey, near Ludgate-Hill, M.DCC.LVI. [1756]
    • 1756
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  • A new-Years-Gift to dram-drinkers, [electronic resource] : being an earnest address to them; from the late Reverend Stephen Hales D. D. Fellow of the Royal Society, and Clerk of the Closet to her Royal Highness the Princess Dowager of Wales. Reprinted out of his 2d Volume on Ventilators. To which is prefixed an epistle to them, by William Henry, D. D. F. R. S. Dean of Killaloe and Chaplain to his Excellency George Earl of Halifax Lord Lieutenant of Ireland.

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    • Dublin : printed for Samuel, MDCCLXII. [1762]
    • 1762
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  • A treatise on ventilators. [electronic resource] : Wherein an account is given of the happy effects of many trials that have been made of them; which has occasioned their being received, with general Approbation and Applause, on account of their Utility in many ways, to the great Benefit of Mankind, viz. In refreshing the Noxious Air of Ships, Hospitals and Mines, to the better Preservation of the Health and Lives of Multitudes. In preserving the Timbers of Ships much the longer from decaying. In easily sweetening stinking Cask Water and curing the ill Taste of Milk, from some Food of Cows. In new Methods of distilling Plenty of good Water at Sea. In refreshing the Air, and keeping up, and regulating, the Warmth of Melon and Cucumber Frames, and hot Green-Houses. And in several other useful Improvements. Part first. By Stephen Hales, D. D. Clerk of the Closet to her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales, F. R. S. and Member of the Royal Academies of Sciences at Paris and Bolognia.

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    • London : printed for Richard Manby; and sold by J. Pridden, at the Prince's-Arms in Fleet-Street, MDCCLVIII. [1758]
    • 1758
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  • An account of some experiments and observations on Mrs. Stephens's medicines for dissolving the stone [electronic resource] : wherein Their Dissolving Power is inquir'd into, and shown. By Stephen Hales, D.D. F.R.S. Rector of Faringdon, Hampshire; and Minister of Teddington, Middlesex. To which is added, a supplement to a pamphlet, intitled, A view of the present evidence for and against Mrs. Stephens's medicines, &c. Being A Collection of some Particulars relating to the Discovery of these Medicines, their Publication, Use and Efficacy. By David Hartley, M.A. F.R.S.

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    • London : printed for T. Woodward, at the Half Moon between the Temple Gates in Fleet street; Printer to the Royal Society, [1740?]
    • 1740
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  • An account of some experiments and observations on tar-water [electronic resource] : wherein is shown the Quantity of Tar that is therein. Which was read before the Royal Society. By Stephen Hales, D. D. F. R. S. To which is added, A Letter from Mr. Reid, to Dr. Hales, Concerning the Nature of Tar, and a Method of obtaining it's Medical Virtues, free from it's hurtful Oils: Whereby also the Strength of each Dose may be the better ascertained.

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    • London : printed for R. Manby and H. S. Cox on Ludgate-Hill, M.DCC.XLVII. [1747]
    • 1747
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  • Vegetable staticks.

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    • London : Macdonald & Co., New York : American Elsevier, 1969.
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  • Vegetable staticks / Foreword to this ed. by M.A. Hoskin.

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    • London : Oldbourne, [1961]
    • 1961
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  • Vegetable staticks /Stephen Hales.

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  • Statical essays, containing Haemastaticks / With an introd. by Andre Cournand.

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    • New York : Hafner Pub. Co., 1964.
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  • Some considerations on the causes of earthquakes. Which were read before the Royal Society, April 5, 1750. By Stephen Hales ...

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    • London,: R. Manby and H.S. Cox, 1750.
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  • Vegetable staticks. Foreword to this ed. by M.A. Hoskin.

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  • Emastatica; o sia, Statica degli animali, esperienze idrauliche fatte fugli animali viventi [microform]. Tr. dell'inglese nel franzese, e commentata dal Signor Francesco Boissier de Sauvages...e dal franzese nell' italiano idiome trasportata, e parimente comentata dalla Sig. M. A. A.

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    • Napoli, G. Castellano, 1776.
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  • Vegetable staticks.

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    • London, Macdonald & Co., New York, American Elsevier, 1969.
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  • Statical essays, containing Haemastaticks. With an introd. by Andre Cournand.

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    • New York, Hafner Pub. Co., 1964.
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