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Benjamin Martin (optician, lexicographer; 1704-82 *).
The young gentleman and lady’s philosophy, in a continued survey of the works of nature and art; by way of a dialogue. Volume II, containing,
I. The Use of the Celestial and Terrestrial Globes,
II. The Philosophy of Light and Colours, and the use of all Sorts of Optical Instruments.
III. The Philosophy of Sounds, Music, and the Organization of the Ear.
(3rd edition, 1781)
Stanford copy, no date of digitization
same (Stanford) copy, minus mis-scan, opens to title page at archive.org
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B. Martin, The Philosophy of Sounds, Music, and the Organization of the Ear (1781)