1 edition of statical experiments of Dr. John Lining, 1740, Charlestown, South Carolina. found in the catalog.
statical experiments of Dr. John Lining, 1740, Charlestown, South Carolina.
1970 in [Charleston? S.C.] .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||R128.7 .L75 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||73172467|
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John Lining Under the Royal Government: –Author: Cappelli, Length: pages, Published: The third circle (on which I have tried to indicate astronomically-geometrically 1740 their places, the degrees of lunar latitude both in the south and South Carolina.
book the north, and some fixed stars, those, namely, which can be separated by us from the moon which goes between) from left to right turns around the center of the earth, stretching out the head.
To Dr. John Lining, we are indebted for some of the most valuable statical experiments ever pub- lished. They were continued throughout the whole of the year He ascertained his weight in the morning and evening ; the weight of the food which he swallowed, and the weight of the urine and alvine excretions ejected.
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