The Wisdom of God Manifested in the Works of the Creation: In Two Parts. Viz. The Heavenly Bodies, Elements, Meteors, Fossils, Vegetables, Animals (beasts, Birds, Fishes, and Insects), More Particularly in the Body of the Earth, Its Figure, Motion, and Consistency, and in the Admirable Structure of the Bodies of Man and Other Animals, as Also in Their Generation, &c. : with Answers to Some Objections

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William Innys and Richard Manby, 1735 - 405 páginas
 

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