Boyle, Robert, New experiments physico-mechanicall, touching the spring of the air and its effects, 1660

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1it may come home to divers wor­
thy Perſons in its Stream, who
cannot travel to finde it out in
its firſt Origine.
Having therefore leave ſo
to do, I cannot forbear to give
the World the Advertiſement
of this Latine Edition, leſt
ſome skilful Artiſt ſhould take
needleſs pains about a Work,
which will, ere long (by Gods
furtherance) be done to his
Hands; For ſuch unprofitable
expences of Study have too fre­
quently happened, and too much
to the diſadvantage of Learn­
ing, for want of a ſufficient
Correſpondence and Intercourſe
between ſuch as are exerciſed

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