Treatise, 1703, on physics (copied in Latin). The volume includes pen and ink diagrams and one red crayon portrait of an unidentified man.
Notations in front of book, "Libris, Robert Bolling, junior, 1764" and "This Book MSS was in the library of Robert Carter [Councillor] of Virginia."
William & Mary Physics professor John McKnight shared the following notes: Aristoleian physics; pre-Newton physics; organization of general physics (properties of matter, motion, etc.); standard text of general physics.
Language of Materials
639 p. : bound volume ; 23 cm.
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