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1 Bauser, William H. ASTRONOMICAL
Paris, IL 1903 
12pp. First ed. Wrps (one small chip). Lib stamp inside front wrp. With tipped-in emendation. Considers Earth's relation to other bodies. OCLC locates no copies in Illinois. (Three other U. S. libraries). 4/15 (5871978204)
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2 Beron, Pierre. ATLAS DU MAGNETISME TERRESTRE REPRESENTANT L`AIMANTATION DE LA TERRE PAR LE SOLEIL ET L'AIMANTATION DU FER PAR LA TERRE.
Paris 1860 4to. 
211-366, w/three folio plates in color. Please note this is a component of Beron's ATLAS METEROLOGIQUE (of which no copies appear per OCLC 4/15. New half lea. T.p. remounted, margins and a few p. margins strengthened. The three plates feature magnetic patterns, electric currents and solar distribution. The complete work not on line, and no auction records. OCLC locates only one library with a copy, and that not in the U.S.4/15. Electricity. Magnetism. (5090906814)
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3 Ferguson, James ASTRONOMY EXPLAINED UPON SIR ISAAC NEWTON'S PRINCIPLES
Philadelphia 1806 
(4)23(2)503(14)indexpp. All plates excised (by some child of unmarried parents?) except fold ftspc. Text damped at bottom edge of first 20 p. Full lea, both covers loose. Lib marks removed. This ed revised, corrected and improved by Robert Patterson. Only copy on line offered at eight hundred. (5907286356)
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4 Henson, Wm. S. THE GREAT FACTS OF MODERN ASTRONOMY...
Newark 1871 
31pp. 1st and only edition, near fine in publisher's bds. NJ author describes formation, rotary motion, sun spot theory, & suggests intelligent beings in caverns of the moon. W/documentation to prove early conception of idea. V.g Copy on line at two hundred. (128256965)
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5 Proctor, Richard A. WAGES & WANTS OF SCIENCE-WORKERS.
London 1876 
118pp. Labor treatise. Second ed. Scarce title by this noted astronomer. NUC locating one copy. Unknown to OCLC in any ed. V.g., later lea. Labor. Astronomy. A 1970 reprint @ two hundred fifty listed on net (73558225)
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6 Tisserand, M. F. (ed.). BULLETIN ASTRONOMIQUE.
Paris 1884-93 
Vols 1-3, (1884-1886) Vol5-10(1888-1893), each 400-500pp. Monthly in last five vols. Later red cl. w/gilt lettering. Orig. marbled edges not trimmed in rebinding, cancelled private lib. stamps scattered here & there. No outside lib. marks. Supporting contributors incl. Bigourdan, Callandreau & Radau. A scarce publ. with no first editions these years offered in U. S. and the instant book boys (add money and stir overseas) don't even bother to tell you which two vols. The only single 1st ed (several years later) offered at eighty three. Taking an aveage of seventy five dollars per volume adds up to 9 vol. (5050861215) 
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