Another Collection of Philosophical Conferences of the French Virtuosi Upon Questions of All Sorts for the Improving of Natural Knowledg Made in the Assembly of the Beaux Esprits at Paris by the Most Ingenious Persons of That Nation

Printed for Thomas Dring and John Starkey and Are to Be Sold at Their Shops (1665)

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