|Creator:||Vaslet, Louis, 1666-1731.|
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Louis Vaslet (1666-1731) was a French Hugenot refugee who became master of Fulham School.
Jean-Robert Chouet studied Cartesian philosophy at Nîmes and theology at Geneva. He was professor of philosophy at Geneva from 1669 until 1686.
Ex libris British Medical Association Library. Purchased from Roger Gaskell Rare Books on the Edwin J. Beinecke Book Fund, 2010.
Title page gives place of production as "Salmurii" (Samur).
Binding: contemporary mottled calf, rebacked; marbled endpapers.
Manuscript, on paper, in a single hand, containing Louis Vaslet's transcriptions of lectures in natural philosophy delivered by Jean-Robert Chouet at the University of Geneva. The text is followed by an index.
1 v. (circa 140 p.) ; 17 cm.
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