1 edition of The modern dictionary of arts and sciences, or, complete system of literature found in the catalog.
1774 by Printed for the authors; and sold by G. Keasly ... in London .
Written in English
|Statement||The historical, theological, philosophical, biographical, and grammatical parts, by the Rev. Percival Proctor ... The astronomical, mechanical, and every other branch of mathematics, by William Castieau ... The other articles by gentlemen particularly conversant in the respective subjects. They have undertaken to explain|
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