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Black, Joseph,
Black, Josephus
Dates: 
1728-1799
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Anderson, Robert G. W. (1944-)
Cochrane, Thomas active (1765-1770)
Hanson, Thomas
Hutton, James (1726-1797)
Jones, Jean (1935-2009)
Leyden
Mackie, Douglas
McKie, Douglas
Robinson, Eric (1924-)
Robison, John (1739-1805)
Smith, Adam (1723-1790)
Watt, James (1736-1819)
Titles: 
Account of the life and writings of Adam Smith
Auserlesene kleine Werke dreyer Englischer Chimisten H. Priestley, Henry und Black. -
correspondence of Joseph Black., The
Disputatio medica pathologica inauguralis de diagnosi, prognosi, et causis mortis, in febribus
Dissertatio medica inauguralis, de humore acido a cibis orto, et magnesia alba Quam, annuente summo numine, ex auctoritate Reverendi admodum Viri, D. Joannis Gowdie, Academiæ Edinburgenæ Praefecti; nec non amplissimi senatus academici consensu, et nobilissimae facultatis medicae decreto; Pro Gradu Doctoratus, summisque in medicina Honoribus ac Privilegiis rite et legitime consequendis; eruditorum examini subjicit Josephus Black Gallus, Ad diem 11 Junii, horâ locoque solitis.
essay on the cold produced by evaporating fluids
Essays on philosophical subjects
Experiments upon magnesia alba, quick-lime, and other alcaline substances
Experiments upon magnesia alba, quicklime, and some other alcaline substances.
Humore acido a cibis orto, et magnesia alba.
James Hutton & Joseph Black, 1997:
Joseph Black papers
Lectures on the element of chemistry
Lectures on the elements of chemistry delivered in the University of Edinburgh
Lettres
Magnesia alba
notebook
Notes from Doctor Black's lectures on chemistry 1767/8
On acid humor arising from foods, and on white magnesia : a translation of the Latin thesis De humore acido a cibis orto, et magnesia alba
Partners in science; letters of James Watt and Joseph Black.
Partners in science, lettersof James Watt and Joseph Black. Edited with introductions and notes by Eric Robinson and Douglas McKie
Vorlesungen über die Grundlehren der Chemie. -
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Diss. - Leyden, 1771
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