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The Resource An history of the constancy of nature. : Wherein, by comparing the latter age with the former, it is maintained that the world doth not decay universally, in respect of it self, or the heavens, elements, mixt bodies, meteors, minerals, plants, animals, nor man in his age, stature, strength, or faculties of his minde, as relating to all arts and science, by John Jonston of Poland

An history of the constancy of nature. : Wherein, by comparing the latter age with the former, it is maintained that the world doth not decay universally, in respect of it self, or the heavens, elements, mixt bodies, meteors, minerals, plants, animals, nor man in his age, stature, strength, or faculties of his minde, as relating to all arts and science, by John Jonston of Poland

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An history of the constancy of nature. : Wherein, by comparing the latter age with the former, it is maintained that the world doth not decay universally, in respect of it self, or the heavens, elements, mixt bodies, meteors, minerals, plants, animals, nor man in his age, stature, strength, or faculties of his minde, as relating to all arts and science
Title
An history of the constancy of nature.
Title remainder
Wherein, by comparing the latter age with the former, it is maintained that the world doth not decay universally, in respect of it self, or the heavens, elements, mixt bodies, meteors, minerals, plants, animals, nor man in his age, stature, strength, or faculties of his minde, as relating to all arts and science
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by John Jonston of Poland
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Contributor
Subject
Language
  • eng
  • und
  • eng
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CLU
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1603-1675
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Jonstonus, Joannes
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Rowland, John
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An history of the constancy of nature. : Wherein, by comparing the latter age with the former, it is maintained that the world doth not decay universally, in respect of it self, or the heavens, elements, mixt bodies, meteors, minerals, plants, animals, nor man in his age, stature, strength, or faculties of his minde, as relating to all arts and science, by John Jonston of Poland
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Publication
Note
  • Signatures: A p6 s, B-M p8 s, N p3 s
  • Dedication signed: John Rouland
  • Bound in old calf
Control code
000123950
Dimensions
16 cm.
Extent
6 p. l., 180 p.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 123950
  • 124137
  • ocm14635128
Label
An history of the constancy of nature. : Wherein, by comparing the latter age with the former, it is maintained that the world doth not decay universally, in respect of it self, or the heavens, elements, mixt bodies, meteors, minerals, plants, animals, nor man in his age, stature, strength, or faculties of his minde, as relating to all arts and science, by John Jonston of Poland
Publication
Note
  • Signatures: A p6 s, B-M p8 s, N p3 s
  • Dedication signed: John Rouland
  • Bound in old calf
Control code
000123950
Dimensions
16 cm.
Extent
6 p. l., 180 p.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 123950
  • 124137
  • ocm14635128

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