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SUPPLEMENT TO THE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF
PETTY'S WORKS.

 

The "Collection of Sir William Petty's Works since the year 1636, found at Wycombe, in his own handwriting," is here reprinted from Fitzmaurice's "Life of Petty" as a supplement to the bibliography of his printed works. To the items which are now known to exist in print, their numbers in the Bibliography have been added.

 
Caen. 1637. A Course of practicall Geometry and Dialling.
1638. Cursus Rhetorices et Geographicæ.
London. 1639. A system of Astronomy Ptolemaical and
Copernican.
1640. Severall Drawings and Paintings.
1643. An English Poem of Susanna and the Elders.
Holland
(lost at sea.)
,, Collegium Logicum et Metaphisicum.
1644. A Collection of the Frugalities of Holland.
1645. An History of seven Months practice in a
Chemical Laboratory.
Paris.
Oxford.
1646. A Discourse in Latin, 'de Arthritide et Lue
Venereâ'; and 'Cursus Anatomicus.'
London. 1647. Advice to Mr. Hartlib about the advance-
ment of learning [Bibliography, no 3].
Collections for the History of Trees, etc.
[Should this read History of Trades?
Cf. pp. xv, lxiv, 118 n.].
1648. The double writing Instrument [1, 2].
The engine for planting Corne, and Print-
ing; Boyling Waters, Woods.
Oxford. 1649. Six Phisico-Medicall Lectures, read at Oxford,