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A Discovery of new worlds 
Edition: 1st English ed. 
Year: 1688 
A Proposal To determine our longitude. By Jane Squire. 
Edition: 2nd ed. 
Year: 1743 
An Introduction to electricity. In six sections. The third edition. Illustrated with copper-plates. By James Ferguson, F.R.S. 
Edition: 3rd ed. 
Year: 1778 
Call No: [B.182] 
Astronomy explained upon Sir Isaac Newton's principles, and made easy to those who have not studied mathematics. To which are added, a plain method of finding all the distances of all the planets [etc.] 
Edition: 5th ed. 
Year: 1772 
Call No: [B.182] 
Bath : some encounters with science 
Year: 1978 
Catalogue of stars, taken from Mr. Flamsteed's observations contained in the second volume of the Historia Coelestis, and not inserted in the British catalogue. With an index, to point out every observation [etc.] 
Year: 1798 
Call No: 522.1 HER 
Conversations on Political Economy; in which the Elements of that Science are Familiarly Explained. By The Author Of "Conversations On Chemistry." 
Edition: 6th ed. 
Year: 1827 
Call No: 330.122 MAR 
Directions for the Use of a Scientific Table, In the collection and Application of Knowledge. 
Edition: 1st ed. 
Year: 1796 
Call No: 371.30281 HAM 
Intermarriage; or the mode in which, and the causes why, beauty, health, and intellect, result from certain unions, and deformity, disease and insanity from others; ... Illustrated by drawings of parents and progeny. 
Edition: First edition 
Year: 1838 
Call No: 306.81 WAL 
Introduction to the original delineations topographical, historical and descriptive itituled the beauties of England and Wales comprising observations on the history and antiquities of the Britons; the Romans [etc.] 
Year: 1818 
Call No: 942 BRE