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   J. J. ;
   London ?
   Rowland Hunter (1774-1864) (nephew) ;
   England, UK
   Joseph Priestley (1733-1804): A New Chart of History (London 1769) ; [An] historical investigation into the first appearance of the venereal disease in Europe ; Natural history of the human teeth explaining their structure, use, formation, growth, and diseases. Illustrated with copper-plates ; Gilbert Blane: A Lecture on muscular motion, read at the Royal Society, the 13th and 20th of November (1788) ; Playfair: An essay on the principle of population (1798) ; Elements of geometry; James Sowerby: English botany ; or, Coloured figures of british plants, with their essential characters, synonyms, and places of growth; John Hunter, translated by Pieter Boddaert: Natuurlyke historie der tanden van den mensch. In welke hun zamenstel, gebruik, vorming, groey, en ziekten uitgeleyd en met afbeeldingen opgeheldert worden, door r ... Uit het Engelsch in het Latyn en Nederduitsch vertaald door Pieter Boddaert ; Erasmus Darwin: Phytologia; or The philosophy of agriculture and gardening. With the theory of draining morasses, and with an improved construction of the drill plough ; New books in anatomy, midwifery, medicine, experimental philosophy & topography ; The chirurgical works of Percivall Pott, F. R. S. and surgeon to St. Bartholomew's hospital ; The Practical Fruit-Gardener being the Newest & Best Method of Raising, Planting & Pruning All Sorts of Fruit-Trees ; John Jebb: The Works Theological, Medical, Political, And Miscellaneous ;
   anatomical, medical, natural history, historical, and chronology, theological copper engraving ;
   Rosenberg & Grafton 2010: 23 & 117-22 ;
   Active in London as book-dealer, publisher, and engraver; between 1760-1770‏, his address in London was Paternoster row; elsewise: No 72, St. Paul's Church-Yard.

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