New Elements of Optics;: Or, the Theory of the Aberrations, Dissipation, and Colours of Light: of the General and Specific Refractive Powers and Densities of Mediums; the Properties of Single and Compound Lenses: and the Nature, Construction, and Use of Refracting and Reflecting Telescopes and Microscopes of Every Sort Hitherto Published
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