diary of Robert Hooke, 1672-1680

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Statementtranscribed from the original in the possession of the Corporation of the City of London (Guildhall Library). Edited by Henry W. Robinson and Walter Adams, with a foreword by Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins.
ContributionsRobinson, Henry W. 1888- ed., Adams, Walter, 1906- ed.
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LC ClassificationsQ143.H7 A3 1968
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Paginationxxviii, 527 p.
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Open LibraryOL5376610M
LC Control Number72369448

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The Diary of Robert Hookeedited by Henry W. Robinson and Walter Adams. With a Foreword by Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins, President of the Royal Society. Very good condition hardback, no dustjacket. Only very light corner wear, rubbing and bumping. Gilt titles to the spine.

Hooke kept a private diary for several periods in his life, and this diary (he called it his ‘memoranda’) survives in varying densities for the years in a large manuscript folio, and then for November to Marchand December to August in small pocket books, no longer extant in a complete run.

2 Hooke’s memoranda. The Diary of Robert Hooke (). Henry W. Robinson, Walter Adams Henry W. Robinson, Walter Adams Early Science in Oxford, Vol. X, The Life and Work of Robert Hooke (Part IV).The diary of Robert Hooke, M.A., M.D., F.R.S., transcribed from the original in the possession of the Corporation of the city of London (Guildhall Library) / edited by Henry W.

Robinson, and Walter Adams.The diary of Robert Hooke,transcribed from the original in the possession of the Corporation of the City of London (Guildhall Library). Edited by Henry W. Robinson and Walter Adams, with a foreword by Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins.