Micrographia Nova:: Or, a New Treatise on the Microscope, and Microscopic Objects. Containing I. The Description and Use of Two Different Reflecting Microscopes, of a New Form and Structure, and Furnish'd with a Micrometer; Viz. One Design'd for the Pocket, the Other Mounted on a Ball and Socket, which Renders it of Universal Use. II. A Large and Particular Account of All Kinds of Microscopic Objects, to be Found in the Human Body, in Quadrupedes, in Fowls, Fishes, Insects, Reptiles, &c. in Plants and Vegetables of Every Kind; in Earths, Minerals, and Fossil Substances; and Various Other Miscellaneous Subjects. To which is Added, an Account of the Camera Obscura, and the Solar Microscope, Or Method of Magnifying Objects in a Darken'd Chamber, in Every Way by Reflection and Refraction, Volume 5

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J. Newbery and C. Micklewright, in the Market-Place; R. Ware, in Amen Corner, and T. Cooper, in Pater-noster-row, London; J. Fletcher, in the Turl, Oxford; W. Thurlbourn, in Cambridge; and B. Collins, in Salisbury., 1742 - Microscopes - 62 pages
 

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