Primum Mobile, with Theses to the Theory, and Canons for Practice; wherein is demonstrated, From Astronomical and Philosophical Principles, The Nature and Extent of Celestial Influx Upon The Mental Faculties and Corporeal Affections of Man; containing The
Place Published: London
Publisher: Davis and Dickson
Date Published: Circa 1815
Edition: Illustrated English edition
Book Id: 35843
462pp. Octavo [22 cm] Rebound in sturdy brown cloth with a simple gilt stamped title on the spine, and portions of an older decorative blind stamped leather binding mounted to the boards. New black endsheets. Very good. The pages are age-toned. There has been minor, skillful professional paper restoration to the title pages. The first couple of pages have several small closed tears in the margins, and the edges of the pages at the end of the text are slightly chipped.
Originally written in Latin by Didacus Placidus De Titus, Mathematician to His Serene Highness Leopold William Archduke of Austria. John Cooper was a teacher of Mathematics.