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J.-A. Nollet's famous public lectures on physics given in Paris during the 1730s included demonstrations on some 350 different instruments. The lectures were published in 6 volumes as Leçons de physique and then widely translated, even into Russian. This page is from a Spanish edition of 1757. George W. Housner Rare Book Collection. Photo ID RB-JN1757-1





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