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0000 0000 8344 5486
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Proctor, R. A.
Proctor, Richard A.
Proctor, Richard Anthony
Dates: 
1837-1888
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Császár, Károly (1842- [from old catalog])
Foster, Thomas
Guillemin, Amédée Victor (1826-1893. [from old catalog])
Ranyard, Arthur Cowper (1845-1894)
Schur, Wilhelm
Szily, Kálmán (1838- [from old catalog])
Wilson, Andrew (1852-1912)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
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borderland of science;, The
Chance and luck; a discussion of the laws of luck, coincidences, wagers, lotteries, and the fallacies of gambling, with notes on poker and martingales.
expanse of heaven, The : a series of essays on the wonders of the firmament
Great Pyramid: observatory, tomb, and temple., The
moon, The : her motions, aspect, scenery, and physical condition
Old and new astronomy
orbs around us: a series of familiar essays on the moon and planets, meteors and comets, the sun and coloured pairs of suns., The
Other worlds than ours: the plurality of worlds studied under the light of recent scientific researches.
Pleasant ways in science
Rough ways made smooth; a series of familiar essays on scientific subjects.
Saturn and its system: containing discussions of the motions (real and apparent) and telescopic appearance of the planet Saturn, its satellites, and rings, the nature of the rings, the great inequality of Saturn and Jupiter, and the habitability of Saturn : to which are appended notes on Chaldæan astronomy, Laplace's nebular theory, and the habitability of the moon, a series of tables with explanatory notes, and explanations of astronomical terms
Six lectures [MI] 1874
sun: ruler, fire, light, and life of the planetary system, The
Transits of Venus. A popular account of past and coming transits from the first observed by Horrocks A. D. 1639 to the transit of A. D. 2012.
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