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Q155 .N493 1664 [Info] Philosophical Letters: or, Modest Reflections Upon Some Opinions in Natural Philosophy (London, 1664), by Margaret Cavendish Newcastle (multiple formats at archive.org)
Q155 .P78 1658 [Info] Natural Magick (London: Printed for T. Young and S. Speed, 1658), by Giambattista della Porta
Q155 .W68 [Info] The Mathematical and Philosophical Works Of the Right Reverend John Wilkins (London: Printed for J. Nicholson, 1708), by John Wilkins (page images at Google)
Q158 .H9 1866 [Info] Cosmos: A Sketch of a Physical Description of the Universe (5 volumes; New York: Harper and Bros., 1866), by Alexander von Humboldt, trans. by E. C. Otté, B. H. Paul, and W. S. Dallas
Q158 .N42 1926 [Info] The Nature of the World and of Man (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, c1926), ed. by Horatio Hackett Newman, contrib. by W. C. Allee, George William Bartelmez, J. Harlen Bretz, Anton J. Carlson, Rollin T. Chamberlin, Fay-Cooper Cole, Merle C. Coulter, Henry Chandler Cowles, Elliot Rowland Downing, Edwin O. Jordan, Charles Hubbard Judd, Harvey Brace Lemon, Forest Ray Moulton, Alfred Sherwood Romer, and Julius Stieglitz (page images at HathiTrust)
Q158.5 .P74 1975 [Info] Science Since Babylon (enlarged edition; New York and London: Yale University Press, c1975), by Derek J. de Solla Price (multiple formats at derekdesollaprice.org)
Q159 .C65 [Info] The Age of Science: A Newspaper of the Twentieth Century (published as by "Merlin Nostradamus"; London: Ward, Lock, and Tyler, ca. 1877), by Frances Power Cobbe (page images at HathiTrust)
Q160 .Y78 [Info] A Course of Lectures on Natural Philosophy and the Mechanical Arts (London: Printed for Taylor and Watson, 1845), by Thomas Young, ed. by Philip Kelland
Q161 .M2 1922 [Info] Easy Experiments in Elementary Science (London: H. Milford, Oxford University Press, 1922), by Herbert McKay
Q161 .T64 [Info] The Science of Common Things: A Textbook of General Science (Boston et al.: D. C. Heath and Co., c1922), by Samuel Francis Tower and Joseph R. Lunt (page images at sciencehistory.org)
Q161.7 .S67 1846 [Info] Thirty plates Illustrative of Natural Phenomena, Etc.; With a Short Description Annexed to Each Plate (1846), by Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (Great Britain) (multiple formats at archive.org)
Q162 .C33 1847 [Info] A Catechism of Familiar Things: Their History, and the Events Which Led to Their Discovery; With a Short Explanation of Some of the Principal Natural Phenomena, For the Use of Schools and Families (new and improved edition; London: Simpkin, Marshall and Co., 1847), by Emily Elizabeth Willement (multiple formats at Google)
Q162 .C33 1847 [Info] A Catechism of Familiar Things: Their History, and the Events Which Led to Their Discovery; With a Short Explanation of Some of the Principal Natural Phenomena, For the Use of Schools and Families (enlarged and revised edition adapted for Catholic education; New York et al.: Benziger Bros., c1881), contrib. by Emily Elizabeth Willement
Q162 .C33 1847 [Info] A Catechism on the History of Things in Common Use, and the Events Which Led to Their Discovery and Improvement; With a Short Explanation of Some of the Principal Natural Phenomena, For the Use of Schools and Private Families (London: Simpkin and Marshall; Colchester: J. B. Harvey, 1845), by Emily Elizabeth Willement (multiple formats at Google)
Q162 .F986 1936 [Info] The Next Hundred Years: The Unfinished Business of Science (New York: Reynal and Hitchcock, c1936), by C. C. Furnas (page images at HathiTrust)
Q162 .M65 1860 [Info] The Gallery of Nature: A Pictorial and Descriptive Tour Through Creation, Illustrative of the Wonders of Astronomy, Physical Geography, and Geology (new edition; London: W. and R. Chambers, 1860), by Thomas Milner (multiple formats at archive.org)
Q162 .M867 2016 [Info] Why Icebergs Float: Exploring Science in Everyday Life (London: UCL Press, 2016), by Andrew Morris (PDF and HTML at UCL Press)
Q163 .D58 1828 [Info] Conversations on Common Things: or, Guide to Knowledge, With Questions (third edition; Boston: Munroe and Francis, 1828), by Dorothea Lynde Dix (multiple formats at Google)
Q163 .F2 [Info] The Story-Book of Science, by Jean-Henri Fabre, trans. by Florence Constable Bicknell (HTML at Gateway to the Classics)
Q163 .F5 [Info] The Fairy-Land of Science, by Arabella B. Buckley
Q163 .F5 1888 [Info] The Fairy-Land of Science (Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1888), by Arabella B. Buckley (illustrated HTML at Gutenberg Canada)
Q163 .F5 1898 [Info] The Fairy-Land of Science (Toronto: William Briggs, C. W. Coates, S. F. Huestis, 1898), by Arabella B. Buckley (multiple formats at archive.org)
Q167 [Info] Pathological Science (1968 publication of a 1953 talk), by Irving Langmuir, contrib. by R. N. Hall (illustrated HTML with commentary at Princeton)
Q171 .A42 [Info] Falling in Love, With Other Essays on More Exact Branches of Science (London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1889), by Grant Allen (Gutenberg text)
Q171 .A43 [Info] Science in Arcady, by Grant Allen (Gutenberg text)

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