|Author:||Hooke, Robert, 1635-1703.|
|Title:||Lectiones Cutlerianæ, or, A collection of lectures, physical, mechanical, geographical, & astronomical made before the Royal Society on several occasions at Gresham Colledge : to which are added divers miscellaneous discourses / by Robert Hooke ...|
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Lectiones Cutlerianæ, or, A collection of lectures, physical, mechanical, geographical, & astronomical made before the Royal Society on several occasions at Gresham Colledge : to which are added divers miscellaneous discourses / by Robert Hooke ...
Hooke, Robert, 1635-1703.
London: Printed for John Martyn ..., 1679.
Each part has separate t.p. and pagination, dated 1674-1678.
Reproduction of original in Columbia University Library.
The Titles of the several TRACTS.
TO THE TRULY HONORABLE Sir John Cutler KNIGHT and BARONET, My Worthy PATRON.
AN ATTEMPT To prove the Motion of the EARTH BY OBSERVATIONS.
SOME ANIMADVERSIONS On the first Part of HEVELIƲS His MACHINA COELESTIS, &c.
A DESCRIPTION OF HELIOSCOPES, And some other INSTRUMENTS.
Appendix. Concerning the Eclipse of the Moon, observed in London.
LAMPAS: OR, A DESCRIPTION OF SOME Mechanical Improvements OF LAMPS.
A description of a new sort of Clepsydra.
A New Principle for Watches.
An Observation about the Seed of Moss.
Maculae in Sole.
VIRO PERILLUSTRI Dno JOSEPHO WILLIAMSON EQUITI AURATO, Serenissimo CAROLO IIo. Mag. Britan. Fran. & Hibern. REGI, A Consiliis Secretioribus, et a Secretis Status, Nec non SOCIETATIS REGALIS LONDINENSIS, Ad Scientiam Naturalem promovendam PRAESIDI DIGNISSIMO.
COMETA, OR, Remarks about Comets.
A short Memorial of some Observations made upon an Artificial Substance, that shines without any precedent Illustra∣tion.
A Letter from Johannes Carolus Gal∣let, L. L. D. and Provost of the Church of St. Symphorean at Avignon, di∣rected thus.
Ʋpon this Observation I find in the twenty third Journal de Scavans of the Year 1677. Mr. Cassini made these Reflections.
St. Helenae, Latitudo Australis, 15.55. Anno 1677.
The Period of the Revolution of Jupiter upon it Axis; verified by new Observa∣tions made by Monsieur Cassini: Extracted out of the Journal de Scavans.
MICROSCOPIƲM: OR, Some new Discoveries made with and concerning Microscopes.
Potentia Restitutiva, OR SPRING.
Dr. Pappins Letter containing a Description of a Wind-Fountain, and his own particular contrivance about the forcer of its Syringe.
An account of a Journey made to the highest part of the earthby my Ingenious Friend Mr. G. T. as I collected it out of the Memorials which he writ at the time of making it; The particulars whereof were,
A true Relation of the Vulcanos which broke out in the Island of the Palma Novemb. 13. 1677.