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A compleat system of opticks in four books, viz. a popular, a mathematical, a mechanical, and a philosophical treatise. To which are added remarks upon the whole. By Robert Smith LL. D. Professor of Astronomy and Experimental Philosophy at Cambridge, and Master of Mechanicks to his Majesty.

Cambridge: Printed for the author, and sold there by Cornelius Crownfield, and at London by Stephen Austen at the Angel and Bible in St. Paul’s Church-Yard, and Robert Dodsley at Tully’s Head in Pall-Mall , 1738.
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A compleat system of opticks in four books, viz. a popular, a mathematical, a mechanical, and a philosophical treatise. To which are added remarks upon the whole. By Robert Smith LL. D. Professor of Astronomy and Experimental Philosophy at Cambridge, and Master of Mechanicks to his Majesty. Library Average
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Samuel JonesVolume 12/26/17903/5/1790Smiths Optics
John KempVolume 211/19/179112/10/1791Smiths Optics
Thomas NixonVolume 112/2/179912/9/1799Smith's optics
Thomas NixonVolume 212/9/179912/30/1799"
Charles David GooldVolume 14/2/18014/27/1801Smiths Optics
John Le ConteVolume 12/17/18022/24/1802Smiths Optics
John Le ConteVolume 22/24/18023/3/1802"
Philip Rhinelander, Jr.Volume 14/21/18045/17/1804Smiths Optics
Richard HatfieldVolume 17/11/18057/19/1805Smith's Optics
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