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A discourse of a New Instrument to make more accurate observations in Astronomy, that ever were yet made. L., 1661.
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An Attempt to Prove the Motion of the Earth from Observations. L., 1674.
Animadversions on the first part of the Machina Coelestis of Johannes Hevelius; together with an Explication of some Instru ments. L., 1674.
A Description of Helioscopes and some other Instruments. L., 1676.
Lamps: Or, Description of some Mechanical Improvements of Lamps and waterpoises. Together with some other Physical and Mechanical Discoveries. L., 1677.
Lectures De Potentia Restitutiva or of Spring explaining the Power of springing Bodies. L., 1678.
Lectures and Collections. L., 1678.
Lectiones Cutlerianae, or a Collection of Lectures: Physical, Mechanical, Geographical and Astronomical. L., 1679.
Conamen ad motum telluris probandum. L., 1679.
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Later Diary, 1688—1693 (2 parts: 1 Nov. 1688 — 9 March 1690; 6 Dec. 1692 — 8 Aug. 1693) / Ed. R. T. Gunther. Early science in Oxford. Oxford, 1935, vol. X, p. 69—265.
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