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Commercium philosophico-technicum; or, the philosophical commerce of arts: designed as an attempt to improve arts, trades, and manufactures. By W. Lewis, M.B. and F.R.S.
London: Printed by H. Baldwin, for the author; and sold by R. Willock, at Sir Isaac Newton’s Head in Cornhill , 1763-1765.
Not in Collection
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Garrett Abeel||8/30/1790||9/2/1790||Lewis Com. Arts|
|White Matlack||3/22/1791||5/4/1791||3s/8p||Lewis Commerce Arts|
|Alexander Robertson||5/5/1791||5/23/1791||Lewis Commerce arts|
|John Stevens, Jr.||8/22/1791||8/26/1791||Lewis Commerce arts|
|Andrew Gifford||12/19/1800||12/30/1800||Lewis Com Arts|
|John Parkinson||1/6/1802||1/28/1802||Lewis Com Arts|
|John Avery||6/18/1802||7/10/1802||Lewis's Commerce Arts|