Experiments and Observations on Different Kinds of Air. Vol. II. by Joseph Priestley, ... of 2;, Volumen 2

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With 'The index to both of the volumes' at the end. Later abridged as part of 'Experiments and observations on different kinds of air, and other branches of natural philosophy, ..' (1790). Last line of p. ix reads: "ments so truly ..;." Variant; pp. ix- x is a cancel and last line of p. ix reads: "more truly.."

London: printed for J. Johnson, 1775. xliv,399, [21]p., plates; 8°

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