Memoirs for the ingenious; or, The Universal mercury;
Consisting of choice collections, and curious observations in history, philosophy, mathematicks, physick, philology, and other arts and sciences. In miscellaneous letters. By several hands.
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London [England] : printed, and are to be sold by Randal Taylor, near Stationers-Hall, M DC XCIV. 
With added caption title, issue number, and date, at head of first page of text.
Imprint includes year of publication.
Below date on title page: "To be continued monthly."
Essays in the form of letters on various scientific or medical curiosities. From the preface: "it was the chief complaint agains Monsieur de la Crose's Memoirs for the ingenious, that they were too speculative, and calculated only for scholars; we shall take all possible care to avoid that objection".
No more published. Cf. Nelson and Seccombe.
Title page has chronological designation only.
Physical description: 1 v. : ill. ; 2⁰(28 cm.).
Publication Frequency: Monthly.
Citations/References: NCBEL, II:1292
Citations/References: Nelson and Seccombe, 255
Citations/References: Times handlist, p. 33
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