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The motion of fluids, natural and artificial; in particular that of the air and water: in a familiar manner proposed and proved by evident and conclusive experiments, to which are added many useful Remarks. Done with Such Plainness and Perspicuity, as that they may be understood by the Unlearned. For whose Sake is annexed, A Short Explanation of such Uncommon Terms, which in Treating on this Subject could not, without Affectation, be avoided. With Plain Draughts of such Experiments and Machines, which, by Description only, might not readily be comprehended. By M. Clare, A. M. & F. R. S.
London: Printed for Edward Symon, over-against the Royal-Exchange in Cornhill , 1737.
Not in Collection
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|John L. Norton||8/15/1791||8/19/1791||Clare on fluid|
|John L. Norton||8/30/1791||9/5/1791||Clare on fluid|
|Daniel Ludlow||11/24/1800||11/27/1800||Clare on Fluids|