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An essay on electricity being an enquiry into the nature, cause and properties thereof, on the principles of Sir Isaac Newton's theory of vibrating motion, light and fire ; ... with some observations relative to the uses that may be made of this wonderful power of nature. By Benj. Martin

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  • "An essay on electricity : being an enquiry into the nature, cause and properties thereof, on the principles of Sir Isaac Newton's theory of vibrating motion, light and fire; ... with some observations relative to the uses that may be made of this wonderful power of nature. By Benj. Martin"
  • "An essay on electricity being an enquiry into the nature, cause and properties thereof, on the principles of Sir Isaac Newton's theory of vibrating motion, light and fire; ... with some observations relative to the uses that may be made of this wonderful power of nature. By Benj. Martin"
  • "An essay on electricity being an enquiry into the nature, cause and properties thereof, on the principles of Sir Isaac Newton's theory of vibrating motion, light and fire ; ... with some observations relative to the uses that may be made of this wonderful power of nature. By Benj. Martin"
  • "An essay on electricity being an enquiry into the nature, cause and properties thereof, on the principles of Sir Isaac Newton's theory of vibrating motion, light and fire ; ... with some observations relative to the uses that may be made of this wonderful power of nature. By Benj. Martin"@en
  • "An essay on electricity : being an enquiry into the nature, cause and properties thereof, on the principles of Sir Isaac Newton's theory of vibrating motion, light and fire ; ... with some observations relative to the uses that may be made of this wonderful power of nature. By Benj. Martin"@en
  • "An essay on electricity : being an enquiry into the nature, cause and properties thereof, on the principles of Sir Isaac Newton's theory of vibrating motion, light and fire ... with some observations relative to the uses that may be made of this wonderful power of nature"