Miscellanea curiosa. Containing a collection of some of the principal phaenomena in nature, accounted for by the greatest philosophers of this age; being the most valuable discourses, read and delivered to the Royal Society, for the advancement of physical and mathematical knowledge. As also a collection of curious travels, voyages, antiquities, and natural histories of countries; presented to the same society
Halley, Edmond, 1656-1742
Hodgson, James, 1672-1755
Derham, W. (William), 1657-1735
Mead, Richard, 1673-1754
Fontenelle, M. de (Bernard Le Bovier), 1657-1757
Royal Society (Great Britain)
London,Printed by J. M. for R. Smith,1708.
2d ed., to which is added, A discourse of the influence of the sun and moon on humane bodies, &c. By R. Mead. And also Fontenelle's Preface of the usefulness of mathematical learning.
"The laws of stereographick projection laid down and demonstrated by Ja. Hodgson," v. 2, p. 42-52 (2d numbering).
Vol. 3 has title: Miscellanea curiosa. Containing a collection of curious travels, voyages, and natural histories of countries, as they have been delivered in the the Royal Society. V. 3 is from the 1705-7 ed., with 1707 imprint date, and has  p. of publisher's advertisements.
"A letter from Mr. John Clayton ... giving an account of several observables in Virginia, and in his voyage thither", v. 3, p. 281-355.
AC7 .H18 1708
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