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2317 Euler (Leonard). Elements of Algebra. Translated from the French, with

the notes of M. Bernouilli, &c, and the additions of M. de la Grange. 3d edition, carefully revised and corrected by the Rev. John Hewlett. To which is prefixed a Memoir of the Life and Character of Euler, by the late Francis Horner. 1 vol. 8vo. London, 1822.

2318 Fenn (Joseph). A new and complete System of Algebra; or, Specious

Arithmetic, comprehending all the fundamental rules and operations of that science, &c. 1 vol. 8vo. Dublin, No date.

2319 Frend (William). The Principles of Algebra, 1 vol. 8vo. London, 1796.

2320 Gamier (J. G.). Eiemens d'Algebre. 3me edition. 1 vd. 8vo. Paris, 1811.

2321 Hackley (Charles W.). Treatise on Algebra; containing the latest im

provements. 3d edition. 1 vol. 8vo. New-York, 1849.

2322 Haddon (James). Elements of Algebra. (Double Part.)

1 vol. 18mo. London, 1850.

2323 Hammond (Nathaniel). The Elements of Algebra, in a new and easy

method, with their use and application, &c. 3d edition.

1 vol. 8vo. London, 1764.

2324 Hirsch (Meier). Algebraic Problems and Formulas. See Hirsch, No. 2285.

2325 Lacroix (S. F.). Eiemens d'Algebre a l'usage de 1'Ecole Centrale des

Quatre Nations. llme edition. 1 vol. 8vo. Paris, 1815.

2326 Lacroix (S. F.). Complement des Eiemens d'Algebre a l'usage de 1'Ecole

Centrale des Quatre Nations. 4me edition.

1 vol. 8vo. (2 copies.) Paris, 1817.

2327 "Lacroix (S. F.). Eiemens d'Algebre a l'usage 1'Ecole Centrale cles Quatre

Nations. 13me edition. 1 vol. 8vo. Paris, 1820.

2328 Lagrange (J. L.). Traite de la Resolution des Equations Nnmeriques de

, tous les degres, avec des Notes stir plusieurs points de la theone des Equations Algebriques. Nouvelle edition, revue et augmentee par 1'Auteur.

1 vol. 4to. Paris, 1808.

2329 Landen (John). The Eesidual Analysis, a new branch of the Algebraic art.

1 vol. 4to. London, 1764.

2330 Lea (W.). Treatise on the Kesolution of the Higher Equations in Algebra.

1 vol. 4to. London, 1811.

2331 Legendre (A. M.). Essai sur la Theorie des Nombres. 2me edition.

1 vol. 4to. Paris, 1808.

2332 L'Huilier (Simon). Eiemens Raisonnes d'Algebre, publies a l'usage des

Etudiens en Philosophie. 2 vols. 8vo. Geneve, 1804.

2333 Lockhart (James). A Method of approximating towards the Roots of Cubic

Equations belonging to the Irreducible Case. 1 vol. 8vo\ London, 1813.

2334 Lorgna (M. A.). A Dissertation on the Summation of Infinite Converging

Series; with Algebraic Divisors. Translated from the Latin by H. Clarke.
With illustrative notes and observations, and an appendix.

1 vol. 4to. London, 17796

2335 Maclaurin (Colin). Treatise of Algebra, in three Parts: to which is added

an Appendix concerning the general properties of Geometrical Lines. 4th edition. 1 vol. 8vo. London, 1779.

2336 Maseres (Francis). A Dissertation on the Use of the Negative Sign in

Algebra; containing a demonstration of the rules usually given concerning it, and showing how Quadratic and Cubic Equations may be explained without the consideration of Negative Roots: to which is added, as an appendix, Mr. Machin's Quadrature of the Circle. 1 vol. 4to. London, 1758. 2337 Mayer et Choquet. Traite Elementaire d'Algebre. 2me edition.

1 vol. 8vo. Paris, 1836.

2338 [Mole (John). Elements of Algebra: to which is prefixed a choice collection

of Arithmetical Questions with their Solutions, including some new improvements worthy the attention of mathematicians.

1 vol. 8vo. London, 1788.

2339 Murphy (Rev. Robert). Theory of Algebraical Equations. See No. 2336.

2340 Peirce (Benjamin). An Elementary Treatise on Algebra: to which are

added Exponential Equations and Logarithms. 1 vol. 8vo. Boston, 1843.

2341 Perkins (George R.). Treatise on Algebra; containing, moreover, the new

method of Cubic and Higher Equations, as well as the development and application of the more recently discovered Theorem of Sturm.

1 vol. 8vo. Utica, 1842.

2342 Raynaud (A. A. L.). Traite d'Application de l'Algebre a la Geometrie et

de Trigonometric. 1 vol. 8vo. (6 copies) Paris, 1819.

2343 Raynaud (A. A. L.). Traite d'Algebre. 5me edition.

1 vol. 8vo. Paris, 1821.

2344 Ronayne (Philip). Treatise of Algebra, in two B©oks; the first treating

of the Arithmetical, and the second of the Geometrical part. 2d edition, with additions. 1 vol. 8vo. London, 1727,

2345 Ryan (James). Elementary Treatise on Algebra, theoretical and practical;

to which is added an Appendix, containing an Algebraic method of demonstrating the propositions in the fifth Book of Euclid's Elements, according to the text and arrangement in Simson's edition, by Robert Adrain. 2d edition, revised and corrected. 1 vol. 12mo. (2 copies) New-York, 1826.

2346 Saunderson (Nicholas). Elements of Algebra, in ten Books: to which

are prefixed the Life and Character of the Author, and his Palpable Arithmetic deciphered. 2 vols. 4to. Cambridge, 1740.

2347 Saunderson. Elements of Algebra, 4th edition, revised and corrected.

1 vol. 8vo. London, 1776.

2348 Scott (William). Elements of Algebra. See Scott, No. 2293.

2349 Smith (Francis H.). Elementary Treatise on Algebra.

1 vol. 12mo. Philadelphia, 1850.

2350 Thevenean. Traite d'Arithmetique, &c. See No. 2309.

2351 Trail. Elements of Algebra: to which is added an Appendix.

1 vol. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1789.

2352 Wallis (John). Treatise of Algebra, both historical and practical; showing

the original, progress, and advancement thereof, from time to time; and by what steps it hath attained to the height at which now it is. With some additional treatises. 1 vol. fol. London, 1685.

2353 Waring (Edwards). Meditationes Algebraicae.

lvol. fol. Cantabrigiae, 1770.

2354 Wolfing (Christian). Treatise of Algebra; with the application of it to a

variety of problems in Arithmetic, to Geometry, Trigonometry, and Conic Sections; with the several methods of solving and constructing Equations of the higher kind: to which is prefixed what he refers to in his three preliminary treatises. Translated from the Latin.

1 vol. 8vo. (2 copies) London, 1739.

GEOMETRY.

2355 Adams (George). Geometrical and Graphical Essays; containing a general

description of the Mathematical Instruments used in Geometry, Civil and Military Surveying, Levelling, and Perspective; with many new Practical Problems. 3d edition, corrected and enlarged, by William Jones.

1 vol. 8vo. (2 copies.) London, 1803.

2356 Apollonii. Pergaei conicorum, &c. See Appollonii, Nos. 2167, 2168. 235*7 Harrow (Isaac). Geometrical Lectures; explaining the Generation, Nature, and Properties of Curve Lines. I vol. 8vo. London, 1735.

2358 Bonnycastle (John). Elements of Geometry; containing the principal

propositions in the first Six, and the Eleventh and Twelfth Books of Euclid; with Critical Notes, and an Appendix. 6th ed. 1 vol. 8vo. London, 1818.

2359 BourgOgne (Le Due de). Elemensde Geometrie. 1 vol. 4to. Paris, 1705.

2360 Braikenridge (Gulielmo). Exercitatio Geometrica de descriptione Linea

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2361 Brianchon (C. J.). Theorie des Transversales. See No. 2413.

2362 Bridge (Rev. B.). Conic Sections. See Bridge, No. 2477.

2363 Burrow (Reuben). Restitution of the Geometrical Treatise of Apollonius

Pergaeus on Inclinations. Also the Theory of Gunnery.

1 vol. 4to. London, 1779.

2364 Camus. Cours de Mathematique (seconde partie). Elemens de Geome

trie, theori que et pratique. 1 vol. 8vo. Paris 1750.

2365 Cotesii (Rog.). Harmonia Mensurarum. 1 vol. 4to. Cantabrigiae, 1722.

2366 Cress well (D.). Elementary Treatise on the Geometrical and Algebraical

investigation of Maxima and Minima; to which is added a Selection of Propositions deducible from Euclid's Elements. 2d edition.

1 -ol. 8vo. Cambridge, 1817.

2367 Cresswell (D.). Treatise on Spherics; comprising the Elements of Spher

ical Geometry, and of Plane and Spherical Trigonometry.

1 vol. 8vo. Cambridge, 1816,

2368 Cresswell (D.). Euclid's Elements. See No. 2373.'

2369 Davies (Charles). Legendre's Geometry and Trigonometry. See Nos.

2407, 2408.

2370 Douglas (George). Euclid's Elements. See No. 2374.

2371 Emerson (William). Elements of Geometry; in which the principal Pro

positions of Euclid, Archimedes, and others, are demonstrated after the most easy manner; to which is added a collection of useful Geometrical Problems; also the Doctrine of Proportion, &c. 1 vol. 8vo. London, 1794.

2372 Emerson (W.). The Arithmetic of Infinites, and the Differential Method,

illustrated by examples. 1 vol. 8vo. London, 1767.

237;3 Euclid. Treatise of Geometry; containing the first Six Books of Euclid's Elements, methodically arranged and concisely demonstrated; together with the Elements of Solid Geometry, by D. Cresswell. 1 vol. 8vo. Cambridge, 1819.

23*74 Euclid. Elements, in which the Propositions are demonstrated, in a new and shorter manner than in former translations, and the arrangement of many of them altered; to which are annexed Plain and Spherical Trigonometry, Tables of Logarithms, from 1 to 10,000, and Tables of Sines, Tangents, and Secants, both Natural and Artificial, by George Douglas. 2d edition. 1 vol. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1780.

2375 Euclid. Elements, viz., the first Six Books, together with the Eleventh and

Twelfth, by Robert Simson. 1 vol. 4 to. Glasgow, 1756.

2376 Euclid. Elements, viz., the first Six Books, together with the Eleventh and

Twelfth. Also the Book of Euclid's Data. To this edition are also annexed, Elements of Plane and Spherical Trigonometry.

1 vol. 8vo. (10 copies.) Philadelphia, 1810.

2377 Euclide. Ses oeuvres, en Grec, en Latin et en Francais, d'apres un manuscrit

tres-ancien qui etait reste inconnu jusqu'a nos jours, par E Peyrard, ouvrage approuve par l'institut de France, d^diee au Roi. 3 vols. 4to. Paris, 1814-18.

2378 Eticlid. Elements of Geometry; the first Six, the Eleventh and Twelfth

Books. Translated into English from Dr. Gregory's edition, with notes and additions, by E. Stone. 2d edition. 1 vol. 8vo. London, 1763.

2379 Euclid. Elements of Plane Geometry, with copious notes, explanatory, cor

rective, and supplementary, to which is subjoined a brief Introduction to Plane Trigonometry, with a Trigonometrical Table, by John Walker.

1 vol. 8vo. London, 1827.

2380 Euclid. Elements; the whole Fifteen Books, compendiously demonstrated;

with Archimedes's Theorems of the Sphere and Cylinder, investigated by the method of Indivisibles. Also Euclid's Data, and a brief Treatise of regular Solids, by Isaac Barrow. The whole carefully corrected, &c.; to which is now added an Appendix. 1 vol. 8vo. London, 1751.

2381 Euclidis. Quae supersunt omnia ex recensione Dav. Gregorii, Graece et

Latine. 1 vol. fol. Oxoniae, 1703.

2382 Eliclidis. Datorum Liber cum additamento nee non tractatus alii ad Geo

metriam pertinentes. 1 vol. 8vo. Oxonii, 1803.

2383 Euclidis. Elementorum Libri priores XII. ex Commandini et Gregorii ver

sionibus Latinis. 1 vol. 8vo. Oxonii, 1802.

2384 Floy. Young's Geometry. See No. 2435.

2385 Gregorii (P.). Opus Geometricum Q.uadraturae circuli.

1 vol. fol. Antverpiae, 1647.

2386 Gregorii (R. P.). Opus Geometricum posthumum ad mesolabium.

1 vol. fol. Gantavi, 1668.

2387 Grund (Francis J.). First Lessons in Plane Geometry, together with an ap

plication of them to the Solution of Problems. 1 vol. 12mo. Boston, 1830.

2388 Hackley (Charles W.). Elementary Course of Geometry.

1 vol. 8vo. New-York, 1847.

2389 Hamilton (Hugh). Geometrical Treatise of Conic Sections; in which the

properties of the sections are derived from the nature of the Cone, in an easy manner, and by a new method. 1 vol. 4to. London, 1773.

2390 Hayward (James). Elements of Geometry, upon the Inductive Method;

to which is added an Introduction to Descriptive Geometry.

1 vol. 12mo. Cambridge, 1829,

2391 Jack (Richard). Elements of Conic Sections, in three Books, in which are

demonstrated the principal properties of the Parabola, Ellipse and Hyperbola. 1 vol. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1742.

2392 Jones (William). Adams's Geometrical and Graphical Essays. See No. 2355.

2393 Elastner (Abraham Polthelf). Geometrische abhandlungen, anwendungen

der Geometrie und Trigonometric 2 vols. 12mo. Gottingen, 1190-91.

2394 Keith (Thomas). Elements of Plane Geometry, containing the first Six

Books of Euclid, from the Text of Dr. Simson, with notes critical and explanatory; to which are added Book VIL, including several important Propositions which are not in Euclid; together with the Quadrature of the Circle, &c, &c. 2d edition. 1 vol. 8vo. (2 copies.) London, 1820,

2395 Xiachapelle. Traite des Sections Coniques, et autres coitrbes anciennes,.

&c. 1 vol. 8vo. Paris, 1750.

2396 Laeroix (S. F.). Elemens de Geometrie, a Fusage de FEcole centrale cles

quatre Nations. 2me edition, revue et corrigee. 1. vol. 8vo. Paris, 1814,

2397 .Xjacroix (S..F.). Essais de Geometrie, sur les Plans et les surfaces courbes.

4me edition, revue et corrigee. . 2 vol. 8vo. Paris, 1812.

2398 3Jacroix (S. F.). Elemens de, Geometrie, a Fusage de FEcole centrale des

quatre Nations. llme edition, revue et corrigee. I vol. 8vo. Paris, 1819,

2399 Xjacroix (S. F.). Elemens de Geometrie, a Fusage de FEcole centrale des

quatre Nations. 12me edition, revue et corrigee.

1 vol. 8vo. (8 copies.) Paris, 1822,

2400 Laeroix (S. F.). Elemens de Geometrie, a Fusage de FEcole centrale des

quatre Nations. 13me edition, revue et corrigee.

1 vol. 8vo. (10 copies.) Paris, 1825.

2401 Jjansbergi (Philippi). Triangulorum Geometrke.

1 vol. 4to. Luduni Batavorum, 1591.

2402 Xaarkln (N. J.). An Introduction to Solid Geometry, and to the Study of

Chrystallography; containing an investigation of some of the properties belonging to the Platonic Bodies, independent of the Sphere.

1 vol. 8vo. London, 1820,

2403 Le Blond, Abrege" de FArithmetique et de la Geometrie de Fofficier.

1 vol. 12mo. Paris, 1767,

2404 Xiegendre (A. M.). Elemens de Geometrie, avec des Notes. 2me edition,

1 vol. Svo. Paris, 1813,

2405 Legendre (A. M.). Elements of Geometry. Translated from the French,

by John Farrar. 2d edition. 1 vol. 8vo. (2 copies.) Cambridge, 1825..

2406 Xiegendre (A. M.). Elements of Geometry and Trigonometry, with Notes,

Translated from the French by David Brewster.

1 vol. 8vo. (2 copies) New-York, 1828.

2407 Legendre (A. M.). Elements of Geometry and Trigonometry. Translated

from the French by David Brewster; revised and adapted to the course of Mathematical Instruction in the United States, by Charles Davies.

1 vol. Svo. (2 copies) , 1839,

2408 Xiegendre (A. M.). Elements of Geometry and Trigonometry, revised and

adapted to the course of Mathematical Instruction in the United States.

1 vol. 8vo. (3 copies) New-York, 18 51,

2409 Leslie (John). Elements of Geometry, Geometrical Analysis, and Plane Trig

onometry; with an Appendix. 2d edition. 1 vol. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1811,

2410 Leslie (John). Elements of Geometry and Plane Trigonometry; with an

Appendix. 4th edition. 1 vol. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1820.

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