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Matteucci, S674 & 8704, D. Lectures on the physical phenomena of living beings. By Carlo Matteucci. London, 1847, and Philadelphia, 1848. Maury, 2603, Q. 13. On the probable relation between magnetism and the circulation of the atmosphere. By M. F. Maury. Washington, 1851. — 13402, O. The physical geography of the sea. By M. F. Maury, LL.D. New York, 1855. Milner, 11670, O. The gallery of nature; a pictorial and descriptive tour throughout creation; illustrative of the wonders of astronomy, physical geography and geology. By the Rev. Thomas Milner, M. A. London, 1846. Mirabaud, 12520, O. Système de la nature ou des loix du monde physique et du monde moral. Par M. Mirabaud (Baron D'Holbach). 2 tomes. Londres, 1771. Mudie, 6094, D. The heavens. By Robert Mudie. London, 1835. 6201, D. The earth. By Robert Mudie. London, 1835. 6200, D. The air. By Robert Mudie. London, 1835. 6202, D. The sea. By Robert Mudie. London, 1835. —— 6484, D. Autumn; or causes, appearances and effects. 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The book of nature : an elementary introduction to physics, astronomy, chemistry, mineralogy, geology, botany, physiology, and zoology. By Friedrich Schoedler. Edited from the 5th German edition, by Henry Medlock. London, 1851. Schubert, 9954, O. Ansichten von der Nachtseite der Naturwissenschaft, von Dr. Gotthilf Heinrich Schubert. Dresden, 1827. Sigaud de la Fond, 10219, O. Description et usage d'un cabinet de physique expérimentale, par M. Sigaud de la Fond. 2 vols. A Paris, 1775.
Smee, 11091, O. The sources of physical science. By Alfred Smee. London, 1843. Smith, 12085, O. 2. The mutations of the earth. By J. Aug. Smith, M. D. New York, 1846. — 10342, D. Prelections on some of the more important subjects connected with morals and physical science, in opposition to phrenology, materialism, atheism, and the principles advanced by the author of “Westiges of Creation,” and deducing the true criterion of moral propriety from the instinctive ruling of the moral sense. By John - Augustine Smith, M. D. New York, 1853. Surell, 2396, Q. Etude sur les torrents des hautes Alpes. Par Alex. Surell. Paris, 1841. Taylor, 9546, O. Scientific memoirs, selected from the transactions of foreign academies of science and learned societies, and from foreign journals. Edited by Richard Taylor, F. S. H. 5 vols. London, 1837, &c. Tomlinson, 6603, D. The student's manual of natural philosophy. By C. Tomlinson. London, 1838. Ure, 9291, O. A dictionary of chemistry and mineralogy. By Andrew Ure, M. D. London, 1831. Von Humboldt, 9505, D. Aspects of nature in different lands and different climates, with scientific elucidations. By Alex. Von Humboldt. Translated by Mrs. Sabine. London, 1849. 9139, D. Views of nature, or contemplations on the sublime phenomena of creation, with scientific illustrations, by Alexander Von Humboldt. Translated by E. C. Otté and Henry G. Bohn. London, 1850. Webster, 6619, D. The elements of physics. By Thomas Webster. London, 1837. Wesley, 6310, D. A compendium of natural philosophy. By John Wesley, A. M. Revised by R. Mudie. 3 vols. London, 1836. Winslow, 10455, D. Cosmography; or, philosophical views of the universe. By Charles F. Winslow, M. D. Boston, 1853. 9971, O. Annulus platonis, oder physikalisch chymische Erklarung der Natur. Berlin, 1781. 8437, D. Philosophy in sport made science in earnest. From the 6th London edition. Philadelphia, 1847. 9260, D. 1. Praecipua doctrinae physicae capita. Thesibus comprensa, et disputata in academia Marpurgensi. Marpurgi, 1590, D. 12315, O. 6. Report on the great rain storm and flood which occurred in Delaware County, Pa., on 5th August, 1843. Chester, 1844. 9496, D. 1. The origin of the material universe. Boston, 1850. 11048, D. 7. Analysis of natural philosophy. Boston, 1796. 8090 & 8235, D. Vestiges of the natural history of creation, and explanations. London, 1845.
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