An Anatomical Account of the Elephant Accidentally Burnt in Dublin, on Fryday, June 17. in the Year 1681: Sent in a Letter to Sir Will. Petty, Fellow of the Royal Society. Together with a Relation of New Anatomical Observations in the Eyes of Animals: Communicated in Another Letter to the Honourable R. Boyle, Esq; Fellow of the Same Society
Samuel Smith (Londres)
Sam. Smith, bookseller, at the Prince's Arms in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1682 - 72 pages
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