Letters of Euler on Different Subjects in Natural Philosophy Addressed to a German Princess, Vol. II Only of Two Volumes
by Euler, Leonhard; Brewster, David; Griscom, John
- Very Good with no dust jacket; Boards lightly worn, corners rounded, some light foxing to first and last several leaves.
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- Letters of Euler on Different Subjects in Natural Philosophy Addressed to a German Princess, Vol. II Only of Two Volumes
- Euler, Leonhard; Brewster, David; Griscom, John
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- Used - Very Good with no dust jacket; Boards lightly worn, corners rounded, some light foxing to first and last several leaves.
- First American Edition
- J. & J. Harper
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- Natural Philosophy, OPTICS, Astronomy, 18th Century Science, TELESCOPES, PHYSICS, Leonhard Euler, Euler
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