Resources: Secondaryprint

The table is sortable by Year, Author, and Title.

Year Author Titlesort descending
1682 Bontekoe, C. Reden over de koortzen
2004 Zuidervaart, H. Reflecting “Popular Culture”. The Introduction, Diffusion and Construction of the Reflecting Telescope in the Netherlands
1985 Ett, H. Reinier Boitet en zijn tijd
1991 Snelders, H. A. M. Reinier de Graaf (1641-1673) en de iatrochemie
1991 Houtzager, H. L. Reinier de Graaf 1641-1673
1973 Lindeboom, G. A. Reinier de Graaf en de Koninklijke Societiet te Londen
1973 Phillips J. R. and F. L. Eldridge Respiratory myoclonus (Leeuwenhoek's disease)
2003 Tunnacliffe, A. and J. Lapinski Resurrecting Van Leeuwenhoek’s rotifers
1996 Dubowsky, N. Revisiting Antony van Leeuwenhoek
2005 Egerton, F. N. Robert Hooke and The Royal Society of London
1950 Dobell, C. Samuel Hoole, translator of Leeuwenhoek's Select works, with notes on that publication.
1663 Anhaltin, C. M. School-Boeck van de Wyn-Royeryen
1696 Gray, S. Several Microscopical Observations and Experiments
1693 King, E. Several Observations and Experiments on the Animalcula, in Pepper-water, &c.
1985 Ford, B. J. Single Lens: The Story of the Simple Microscope
1723 Folkes, M. Some account of Mr. Leeuwenhoek's curious Microscopes, lately presented to the Royal Society
2017 Anderson, D. Some comments on Jorink’s ‘Swammerdam, hoveling?’
1941 Kingma Boltjes, T. Y. Some experiments with blown glasses
1708 Locke, J., W. Molyneux and P. Limborch Some Familiar Letters Between Mr. Locke, and Several of his Friends
1987 Smeaton, W. Some large Burning Lenses and their Use by Eighteenth-Century French and British Chemists
1695 Harris, J. Some Microscopical Observations of vast Numbers of Animalcula seen in Water
1739 Miles, H. Some Remarks concerning the Circulation of the Blood, as Seen in the Tail of a Water-Est, through a Solar Microscope
2008 Bouwman, A T. et al. Stad van Boeken
2014 Anderson, D. Still going strong: Leeuwenhoek at eighty
1980 Bos, H. J. M. (ed.) Studies on Christiaan Huygens
1998 Davids, K. Succesful and failed transitions. Windmill technology
2016 Jorink, E. Swammerdam, hoveling?
1976 Damsteegt, B. C. Syntactic phenomena in the language of Antoni van Leeuwenhoek Summary
1965 Damsteegt, B. C. Syntactische verschijnselen in de taal van Antoni van Leeuwenhoek
1974 Kossmann, E. H. and A. F. Mellink Texts Concerning the Revolt of the Netherlands
1682 Grew, N. The anatomy of plants
2006 Grijzenhout, F. and N. van Sas The burgher of Delft: a painting by Jan Steen
2006 Azevedo, A. A. de The Challenge of Grinding Lenses for Single Lens Microscopes
2011 Ford, B. J. The Clarity of Images from Early Single-Lens Microscopes Captured on Video
1696 Mountague, W. The Delights of Holland: or, A Three Months Travel about that and the other Provinces [etc.].
1702 Wilson, J. The Description and Manner of Using a Late Invented Set of Small Pocket Microscopes
1668 Mancini, C. The Description of a Way for Working Convex Glasses upon a Plain
2003 Willach, R. The development of lens grinding and polishing techniques in the first half of the 17th century
2005 Ford, B. J. The Discovery of Giardia
1988 Bardell, D. The discovery of microorganisms by Robert Hooke
2004 Gest, H. The Discovery of Microorganisms by Robert Hooke and Antoni van Leeuwenhoek
2004 Gest, H. The Discovery of Microorganisms Revisited
1920 Dobell, C. The Discovery of the Intestinal Protozoa of Man
2005 Prak, M. The Dutch Republic in the Seventeenth Century: The Golden Age
1995 Israel, J. The Dutch Republic: Its Rise, Greatness, and Fall 1477-1806
2005 Palm, L. C. The Edition of Leeuwenhoek's Letters: Changing Demands, Changing Policies
2009 Fritschy, W. The efficiency of taxation in Holland
1987 Schama, S. The Embarrassment of Riches
1967 Bradbury, S. The Evolution of the Microscope
1996 Fournier, M. The fabric of life: microscopy in the seventeenth-century

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