Israel Lyons

Israel Lyons the Younger (1739–1775), mathematician and botanist, was born at Cambridge, the son of Israel Lyons the elder (died 1770). He was regarded as a prodigy, especially in mathematics, and Robert Smith, master of Trinity College, took him under his wing and paid for his attendance. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Lyons, Israel
Published 1758
printed by William Bowyer: and sold by A. Millar in the Strand; B. Dodd in Ave-Mary Lane, London; and J. Fletcher, in Oxford; and by the author in Cambridge

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by Lyons, Israel
Published 1757
printed by J. Bentham: and sold by Benj. Dod, London; James Fletcher, Oxford; and by the author in Cambridge

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by Lyons, Israel
Published 1768
printed by J. Archdeacon, Printer to the University; and sold by the author, Israel Lyons in the Regent Walk, Cambridge