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MARTIN, Benjamin (1704 or 5--1782)
Bibliotheca technologica: or, a philological library of literary arts and sciences. Viz. I. Theology; ... II. Ethics, or morality; ... III. Christianity; ... IV. Judaism; ... V. Mahometanism; ... VI. Gentilism; ... VII. Mythology; ... VIII. Grammar and language, ... IX. Rhetoric and oratory; ... X. Logic; ... XI. Ontology; ... XII. Poetry; ... XIII. Criticism; ... XIV. Geography; ... XV. Chronology; ... XV. History; ... XVII. Physiology; ... XVIII. Botany; ... XIX. Anatomy; ... XX. Pharmacy; ... XXI. Medicine; ... XXII. Polity and œconomics; ... XXIII. Jurisprudence; ... XXIV. Heraldry; ... XXV. Miscellanies: an account of the mathematical arts and sciences. By Benjamin Martin. The fourth edition; with an alphabetical index of the principal matters.
London: printed for the author, and sold by W. Owen, 1776.
viii, 511, [17] p. ; 23.2 cm. (8º)

First published in 1737. Benjamin Martin, mathematician, instrument maker, general compiler, teacher and primarily an instrument maker, published many books, all on science, and promoted the Newtonian system of maths and astronomy. ESTC t25315; Alston III.227.

Copy Notes Inscribed in ink on front free-endpaper John Soane. Index leaves unopened.

Binding Publisher's original blue paper boards, later(?) marbled-paper spine covering, paper spine-label lettered in ink 'Martin's / Philological / Library. / 1776' within ink-ruled frame.

Reference Number 462


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