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COMPARETTI (ANDREAS). Observationes opticæ de luce inflexa et coloribus. 4° Patavii, 1787. (Two copies.) COURTIVRON (GASPARD). See Anonymous. Traité d'optique. 4o

[1752.]

COUSINERY (B.-E.). Géométrie perspective. See Cousinery (B. E.). Géométrie &c. 4o 1828. (Mathematics.)

CRESSWELL (D.). The elements of linear perspective, for the use of students. 8° Cambridge, 1811.

CRUM (WALTER). An experimental inquiry into the number and properties of the primary colours and the source of colour in the prism. 8° Glasgow, 1830.

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ANTI (EGNATIO). See Barozzi (J.). Le due regole della prospettiva
pratica. fol. 1611.
DAVENPORT (RICHARD). The amateur's perspective. 4° London,

1828.

— A supplement to the amateur's perspective. 4° London, 1829. DEAL (J.-N.). Nouvel essai sur la lumière et les couleurs. 8° Paris,

1827.

DECHALES (CL. FR. MILLIET). See Milliet Dechales (C. F.). DEIDIER (-). Traité de perspective, théorique et pratique, nouv. édit. corrigée et augmentée de notes par un artiste célèbre [Cochin]. 4° Paris, 1770.

DELARIVE (AUGUSTE). Dissertation sur la partie de l'optique qui

traite des courbes dites caustiques. 4° Génève, 1823. DELAVAL (EDW. HUSSEY). An experimental inquiry into the cause of the changes of colours in opake and coloured bodies; with an historical preface relative to the parts of philosophy therein examined, and to the several arts and manufactures dependent on them. 4° London, 1777.

DELIUS (D. H. F.). Beyträge zu mikroskopischen Beobachtungen und Anstalten. 12° Frankfurt und Leipsig, 1759.

DELLEBARRE (L. F.). Mémoire sur les différences de la construction

et des effets du microscope. 12° La Haye, 1777.

DE LUC (J. A.). Experiences relatives...à la correction des réfractions moyennes. See De Luc (J. A.). Recherches sur les modifications de l'atmosphère, &c. 4° 1772. (Chemistry.)

DESCARTES (RÉNÉ). Lettres où...il reponde à plusieurs difficultés sur la dioptrique. See Descartes (R.). Lettres où sont traitées les plus belles questions, &c. 4° 1657. (Miscellaneous.)

Specimina philosophiæ, seu dissertatio de methodo rectè regendæ rationis et veritatis in scientiis investigandæ : dioptrice et meteora. ex Gallico translata. 4° Amstelodami, 1656.

4o Amstelodami, 1664.

DOLLOND (JOHN). Life. See Kelly (J.). The life of &c. 4° 1808. DOLLOND (PETER). Some account of the discovery, made by the late Mr. J. Dollond, which led to the grand improvement to refracting telescopes; with an attempt to account for the mistake in an experiment made by Sir I. Newton. 4° London, 1789.

DOMINIS (MARC. ANT. de) Archiepiscopus Spalatensis. De radiis visus et lucis in vitris perspectivis et iride, tractatus. 4° Venetiis, 1611. DUBREUIL (JEAN). See Anonymous. Practice (the) of perspective, &c.

4° 1781.

DURÆUS (ERICUS). Dissertatio...de refractione astronomica. See Duræus (E.). Dissertatio academica de refractione, &c. 4o 1742. (Astro

nomy.

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EDWARDS (EDWARD). Practical treatise of perspective on the prin

ciples of

4° London, 1803. ELLIOTT (J.). Philosophical observation on...vision. See Elliott (J.). Philosophical observations, &c. 8° 1780. (Miscellaneous.)

EMERSON (W.). The elements of optics; 1st, simple optics; 2nd, catoptrics; 3rd, dioptrics; 4th, the construction of optical instruments; [to which is added] perspective; 2 pts. in 1 vol. 8° London, 1768. ESCHINARDUS (FRANCISCUS). Ad doctissimum geometram Lemmium de Rubeis, 15 Sept. 1667, epistola, seu centuriæ opticæ problema. 4o

Sig. kk of an unknown publication, probably a literary journal. It is marked NO. LI. in the margin, and extends from p. 253 to 260,

Centuria problematum opticorum, in qua præcipuæ difficultates catoptricæ et dioptricæ solvuntur. 4o Roma, 1666.

Dialogus opticus, in quo aliquibus quæsitis compendiosè respondetur. 40 Romæ, 1666. EULERUS (LEONHARDUS). Constructio lentium obiectivarum ex duplici vitro, quæ neque confusionem a figura sphærica oriundam, neque dispersionem colorum pariant. 40 Petropoli, 1762. (Four copies.)

Dioptrica; pars prima, de explicatione principiorum ex quibus constructio tam telescopiorum quam microscopiorum est petenda; pars secunda, de constructione telescopiorum dioptricorum, cum appendice de constructione telescopiorum catoptrico-dioptricorum; pars tertia de constructione microscopicorum tam simplicium, quam compositorum ; 3 vols. 4o Petropoli, 1769–71.

EVANS (T. S.). Experiments on the calorific powers of the different prismatic rays. See Evans (T.S.). Historical memoranda, &c. 8° 1815. (Chemistry.)

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ABER or FABRI (HONORATUS). De lumine. See Faber (H.).
Dialogi physici. 8o 1669. (Miscellaneous.)

FEARN (JOHN). A letter to Sir D. Brewster. 8° [London, 1832.]
A rationale of the laws of cerebral vision, comprising the laws of
single and erect vision deduced upon the principles of dioptrics. 8°
London, [1830.]

Color images in the brain; being intended as a supplement to the rationale of the laws of cerebral vision. 8° London, 1831.

The human sensorium investigated as to figure, being a second supplement to the rationale of cerebral vision. 80 London, [1832.] FERGUSON (JAMES). Lectures on...optics, &c. See Ferguson (J.). Lectures on select subjects, &c. 8° 1770. (Miscellaneous.)

-8° 1790. (Miscellaneous.)

FISHER (E. G.). Sur les anneaux colorés, la double refraction, la polarisation de la lumière, &c. See Fisher (E. G.). Physique mécanique. 8° 1830. (Miscellaneous.)

FISHER (GEORGE). On the atmospherical refraction. See Parry (Sir W. E.). Appendix. 4° 1825. (Voyages.)

FOSSOMBRONI (VITTORIO). Saggio di ricerche sull' intensità del lume. 4o Arezzo, 1781.

FRAUNHOFER (JOSEPH).

Bestimmung des Brechungs- und Farbenzer-streuungs-Vermögens verschiedener Glasarten in Bezug auf die Vervollkommnung achromatischer Fernröhre. 4o München,

[1815.]

Neue Modifikation des Lichtes durch gegenseitige Einwirkung und Beugung der Strahlen, und Gesetze derselben. 4o [München.] FRESNEL (AUG. JEAN). See Anonymous. Extrait d'un mémoire sur la double refraction, &c. 4° 1822.

- Extrait d'un mémoire sur la loi des modifications imprimées à la lumière polarisée par sa réflexion totale dans l'intérieur des corps transparents; (extrait du Bulletin de la Société philomatique, Fév. 1823.) 8° Mémoire sur la diffraction de la lumière. 4° Paris.

8° Paris, 1815.

FRISIUS (PAULUS). De existentia et motu ætheris, seu de theoria...... lucis. See Euler (J. A.). Disquisitio de causa physica electricitatis. 4o [1755.] (Electricity.)

FUSS (NICOLAS). Instruction détaillée pour porter les lunettes de toutes les différentes espèces au plus haut degré de perfection dont elles sont susceptibles, tirée de la théorie dioptrique de M. Euler le père; avec la description d'un microscope qui peut passer pour le plus parfait dans son espèce. 4° St. Pétersbourg, 1774.

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ALILEI (GALILEO). Epistola de iis quæ post editionem Nuncii Siderii ope perspicilli..............in cœlo deprehensa sunt. See Keplerus (J.). Dioptrice. 4° 1611.

GARRY (JAMES). A treatise on perspective, for the use of schools. 8°

London, 1826.

GAUTIER d'AGOTY (JACQUES). Chroa-génésie, ou génération des couleurs, contre le système de Newton. 12° Paris, 1749.

Φωτωφυσις χροαγενεσις de optice errores Isaaci Newtoni demonstrans. 8° Londini, 1750.

Nouveau système de l'univers, sous le titre de Chroa-Génésie, où critique des prétendues découvertes de Newton [with a supplement]; 3 pts. in 2 vols. 12o Paris, 1750 & 1751.

GIRARD (ALBERT). Optique. See Stevin (S.). Les œuvres mathématiques. fol. 1634. (Mathematics.)

GODFREY (BOYLE). A search into the nature of colours. See Godfrey (B.). Miscellanea verè utilia, or miscellaneous experiments. 8° 1737. (Miscellaneous.)

GORING (C. R.). Memoirs on the verification of microscopic phenomena. See Pritchard (A.). The microscopic cabinet. 8° 1832. GORING (C. R.). and PRITCHARD (A.). Microscopic illustrations of a few new, popular, and diverting living objects; with their natural history, &c. with accurate descriptions of the latest improvements in the new microscopes. 8° London, 1830.

[another edit.] 8o 1830.

GOULD (C.). The companion to the microscope; with full directions for preparing the vegetable infusions to produce animalcules. 12° London, 1828.

12o London, 1832.

GOUSSIER (LOUIS JACQUES). See Marivetz (E. C. de) et Goussier (L. J.). Théorie de la lumière, &c. 4° 1780, &c.

GRAVESANDE (G. J.). Essai de perspective; [to which is added]

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Usage de la chambre obscure pour le dessein; 2 pts. in 1 vol. 12° La Haye, 1711. GREGORIUS or GREGORY (DAVID). Catoptricæ et dioptrica

sphæricæ elementa. 8° Oxonii, 1695.

GREGORIUS or GREGORY (JACOBUS). Optica promota, seu abdita radiorum reflexorum et refractorum mysteria, geometricè enucleata ; cui subnectitur appendix subtilissimorum astronomiæ problematon resolutionem exhibens. 4° London, 1663.

GRIMALDUS (FRANCISCUS MARIA). Physico-mathesis de lumine, coloribus, et iride, qua occasione de luminis diffusione; de reflexionis, refractionis ac diffractionis modo et causa, deque speciebus intentionalibus visibilium et audibilium, ac de substantiali magnetis effluvio omnia corpora pervadente, non pauca scitu digna proferuntur. 4° Bononia, 1665.

GUINAND (-). Some account [of him]. See Anonymous. Some

account of the late Mr. G., &c. 8° 1825. (Miscellaneous.) GWILT (JOSEPH). Sciography; or examples of shadows; with rules for their projection; for the use of artists. 8° London, 1824.

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ACHETTE (J. Nic. P.). Traité de géométrie descriptive, &c. See Hachette (J. N. P.). Traité, &c. 4° 1828. (Mathematics.) HAMILTON (JOHN). Stereography, or a compleat body of perspective. 2 vols. fol. London, 1738.

HAMILTON (JOSEPHUS). De reflexione lucis ejusque refractione. 4o Erfurti, [1792.]

HAMILTON (WILLIAM R.). On a general method of expressing the paths of light, &c. See Hamilton (W. R.). On a general method, &c. 8° 1833. (Mathematics.)

The first part of an essay on the theory of systems of rays; (from vol. xv of the Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy.) 4° Dublin,

1828.

Supplement to an essay on the theory of systems of rays; (from vol. xvi of the Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy.) 4° Dublin, 1830.

Second supplement to an essay on the theory of systems of rays; (published in vol. XVI of the Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy.) 4o Dublin, 1830.

Third supplement on the theory of systems of rays; (from vol, XVII of the Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy.) 40 Dublin,

1833.

HARRINGTON (ROBERT). Observations on Dr. Herschel's paper on light. See Harrington (R.). Experiments and observations on Volta's, &c. 8° 1801. (Miscellaneous.)

HARRIS (JOSEPH). A treatise of optics; containing elements of the science. 4° London, 1775.

HARTMANNUS (GEORGIUS). Perspectiva communis ideo sic dicta quod contineat elementa τηs oπTɩkηs; in hac enim doctrina inchoatæ disputationes philosophorum de natura et proiectione radiorum visus, luminum, colorum et formarum absolvuntur. 4° Norimberga, 1542. HARTSOEKER (NICOLAS). Essai de dioptrique. 4° Paris, 1694. HAUKSBEE (FRANCIS). A course of optical experiments. See Hauksbee (Fr.). A course of mechanical......experiments. 4o (Mecha

HAUKSBEE (FRANCIS). Phenomena touching light. See Hauksbee (F.). Physico-mechanical experiments on various subjects. 4° 1709. (Mechanics.)

Fenomeni intorno la luce. See Hauksbee (F.). Esperienze fisicomecaniche. 4o 1716. (Mechanics.) HAUTEFEUILLE (JEAN de). Invention nouvelle pour se servir facilement des plus longues lunetes d'aproche; et quelques autres moyens de les perfectionner. 4° Paris, 1683. (Two copies.)

Lettre contenant quelques nouvelles inventions sur les lunetes et sur le niveau. 4° [Paris, 1679.]

Moyen de diminuer la longueur des lunetes d'aproche sans diminuer leur efet. 4° Paris, 1697. HEINRICH (PLACIDUS). See Anonymous. Natur (von der) und der Eigenschaften des Lichtes. 4° [1808.]

HELIODORUS Larissaus. De opticis libri II. Gr. & Lat. animadversionibus illustrati ab E. Bartholino. 4° Parisiis, 1657.

Capita opticorum, Latine vertit et illustravit A. Matani; Gr. & Lat. 80 Pistorii, 1758. HENNERT (JOH. FREDERICUS). Elementa optices. See Hennert (J. F.). Cursus matheseos. 8° 1768, &c. (Mathematics.)

HERIGONE (PIERRE.) Optica, &c. See Herigone (P.) Cursus mathematicus, &c. 8° 1634, &c. (Mathematics.)

HERSCHEL (Sir J. F. W.). Light. 4° [London, 1827.]

From the Encyclopædia Metropolitana.

Traité de la lumière traduit de l'Anglais avec des notes par P. F. Verhulst et A. Quetelet. 2 vols. 8° Paris, 1829 & 1833.

On the absorption of light by coloured media; and on the colours of the prismatic spectrum exhibited by certain flames; with an account of a ready mode of determining the absolute dispersive power of any medium by direct experiment; (from the Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.) 4° Edinburgh, 1823.

On the absorption of light by coloured media viewed in connection with the undulatory theory; (from the London and Edinburgh Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science, Decem. 1833.) 8° HIGGINS (W. M.). An introductory treatise on the nature and pro

perties of light and on optical instruments. 8° London, 1829. HIGHMORE (JOSEPH). The practice of perspective on the principles

of Dr. B. Taylor. 40 London, 1763.

HOBBES (THOMAS). De Luce. See Hobbes (T.). Problemata physica. 12° 1662. (Miscellaneous.)

HOOKE (ROBERT). See Anonymous. Micrographia restaurata, or the copper-plates of Dr. Hooke's wonderful discoveries, &c. explained. fol. 1745.

The posthumous works of......in which......the nature, motion and effects of light are treated of. See Hooke (R.). The posthumous works of, &c. fol. 1705. (Miscellaneous.)

Micrographia; or some physiological descriptions of minute bodies made by magnifying glasses; with observations and inquiries thereupon. fol. London, 1665.

HUGENIUS or HUYGENS van ZUYLICHEM (CHRISTIAN).
Anonymous. Traité de la lumière. 4o 1690.

De lumine. See Hugenius (C.). Opera reliqua. 4° 1728. (Miscel laneous.)

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Dioptrica; ......de coronis et parheliis. See Hugenius (C.). Opuscula posthuma. 4o 1728. (Miscellaneous.)

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