Author:John Harris

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John Harris
(1666–1719)
English writer, scientist, and Anglican priest
John Harris

Works[edit]

  • "Some Microscopical Observations of Vast Numbers of Animalcula Seen in Water by John Harris, M. A. Rector of Winchelsea in Sussex, and F. R. S." is an article from Philosophical Transactions (1683-1775), Volume 19. external source
  • Navigantium atque itinerantium bibliotheca, or, A compleat collection of voyages and travels, "Harris' Travels" 1705 vol 1, vol 2
  • Elements of Plain and Spherical Trigonometry, 1706 external source
  • Lexicon Technicum, 1708 vol 1, vol 2
  • View's of all the cathedrall churches of England and Wales &c neatly engrav'd, 1715 v short work, images external source
  • A treatise upon the modes, or, A farewell to French kicks, 1715 short work external source
  • Astronomical dialogues between a gentleman and a lady, 1719 external source


Works about Harris[edit]


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