A Neapolitan in 20 Books all this this single volume. This book has been so well applauded that it was forthwith translated into many Languages, as Italian, French, Spanish, Arabic; and passed through the hands of incomparable men. Yet I am assured there will be many ignorant people, void of all serious matters, that will hate and envy these things and will rashly pronounce, that some of these experiments are not only false, but impossible to be done; and while they strive by arguments and vain disputes, to overthrow the truth, they betray their own ignorance; Such men, as vile, are to be driven from the limits of our NATURAL MAGICK For they that believe not natures miracles, do, after a manner, endeavor to abolish Philosophy. If I have over-passed some things, or not spoken so properly of them as I might; I know there is nothing so beautiful, but it may be adorned; nor so full, but it may be augmented.
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The Development of the Chlorinity/ Salinity Concept in Oceanography
Limited preview - 1974