Author:Charles Scarborough

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Charles Scarborough
(1615–1694)
English physician and natural philosopher

Works[edit]

  • Bibliotheca Scarburghiana; or, A catalogue of the incomparable library of Sir Charles Scarburgh, Knt, M.D. containing (almost) a complete collection of Greek books in all faculties; with a large collection of mathematicks and physicks, all of the best editions, and curiously bound. Which will be sold by retail, on Friday the eighth day of Febuary 1694/5. (according to the method of the following page). By Christopher Bateman, at the Bible and Crown in Middle-Row, in Holborn. (1695)
  • Myographia nova, sive, Musculorum omnium (in corpore humano hactenùs repertorum) accuratissima descriptio, in sex praelectiones distributa : nomina singulorum in suo quaeque loco, situque naturali, in aeneis musculorum iconibus exarantur, eorum item origines, insertiones, & usus, graphice describuntur, additis insuper ipsius authoris, & aliorum nuperrimis observationibus & inventis
  • The English Euclide, being the first six elements of geometry, translated out of the Greek, with annotations and useful supplements by Edmund Scarburgh (1705), based on notes and preparatory works by Sir Charles Scarborough.
  • A practical method as used for the cure of the plague in London in 1665 (1722)
  • Manuscript account of the the death of King Charles II. in "The last days of Charles II" (1909) by Raymond Crawfurd

Works about Scarborough[edit]

Works by this author published before January 1, 1924 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.