The Mathematical Principles of Mathematical Philosophy, and their Application to Elementary Mechanics and Architecture, but chiefly to the Theory of Universal Gravitation. John Henry PRATT.
The Mathematical Principles of Mathematical Philosophy, and their Application to Elementary Mechanics and Architecture, but chiefly to the Theory of Universal Gravitation
The Mathematical Principles of Mathematical Philosophy, and their Application to Elementary Mechanics and Architecture, but chiefly to the Theory of Universal Gravitation

The Mathematical Principles of Mathematical Philosophy, and their Application to Elementary Mechanics and Architecture, but chiefly to the Theory of Universal Gravitation

Cambridge, Macmillan, Barclay and Macmillan, 1845 (second edition, revised and improved)/ 1836.

Octavo, xxxii, 620 pages plus 5 folding diagrammatic plates.

Gilt-armorial full calf with a contrasting leather title-label on the spine, all edges and endpapers marbled; leather rubbed and scuffed, with a few light surface scrapes; corners a little bumped, with trifling wear to one of them; early leaves and the folding plates at the rear moderately foxed; an excellent copy.

An early Sydney University prize binding, with the handwritten presentation inscription (in Latin) to Henry Colyer, dated 1861 (the University was founded in 1850). For what it's worth, a Henry Cox Colyer was working as a solicitor in Sydney in the 1880s.

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Price: $400.00

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