Hugh HAMILTON (successively Bishop of Clonfert, and of Ossory.) let them be in Eguilibrio, and their Lines of Direction meet in the Point C, , as in the preceding Case; then if the Points A, B and D, are n0t a#39;m a right. Line, draw the Line A Danbsp;...
|Title||:||Philosophical essays on the following subjects: I. On the principles of mechanics. II. On the ascent of vapours, the formation of clouds, rain and dew, and on several other phænomena of air and water. III. Observations and conjectures on the nature of the aurora borealis, and the tails of comets|
|Author||:||Hugh HAMILTON (successively Bishop of Clonfert, and of Ossory.)|