The universal Library :
or, compleat summary of science. Containing above sixty select treatises ... with divers secrets, experiments, and curiosities ... In two volumes.
|Main Creator:||Curzon, H. (Henry)|
|Published / Created:||
London : printed for T. Warner, and J. Batley, 1722.
|Edition:||The second edition. To which is added a copious index to both volumes.|
The preface signed: H. Curzon, i.e. Henry Curzon.
Pp. 370-543 misnumbered 360-533 in vol.2.
With a genealogical table.
A reissue of the 1712 edition, with a new titlepage.
Vol. II. is of the 2nd ed.
Sigs. Cc4, and Kk4 incorrectly signed C4 and LI4 respectively in vol.1.
Physical description: 2v.,table : ill ; 8vo
Citations/References: Alston, III.218
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|J.04.CUR||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Joly|