Título: Tentamen de motu Composito
Editorial: Rome: A. Lazzarini, 1804, Rome
Año de publicación: 1804
Edición: First Edition
FIRST EDITION. Small folio. Old boards. Uncut. (2), 26 pp. The title page is entirely engraved, the large title vignette by Marco di Pietra is of a seated woman in contemplation with dividers in hand and amidst several instruments and books. A folding engraved plate. A bit dustsoiled at end; a very good copy printed on thick paper. An attractive publication on mechanics, little known and scarce. The author concerns himself with the demonstration of a Newtonian principle on equilibrium of forces by Daniel Bernoulli, D'Alembert, and Lagrange. The author was unknown to Poggendorff, Riccardi, Graesse, and Brunet. Not in Biblio. mechanica, Roller & Goodman, and Weil Cats. Sotheran/Zeitlinger, vol. 2, no. 11427. N° de ref. de la librería 000090
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