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Page 210 - Oxford, Author of numerous popular Educational Works. Demy 8vo, with about One Hundred Engravings of Cities, Costumes, and Wonders of the World, &c. The drawings are made with great care from truthful sources— a desideratum so necessary in an elementary Geography ; nine Maps have been engraved by a patent process expressly for this work, and are corrected to the present period. Cloth, 2s. ; coloured plates, 3s. " The present volume is beautifully ' got up,' and, being carefully compiled, presents...
Page 210 - The First Six Books of Euclid, with numerous Exercises. Printed on a New Plan, with accurately executed Diagrams. Demy 8vo, cloth, 2s. The present work, embracing the First Six Books of the Elements of Euclid, or, in other words, the foundation of Plane Geometry, is intended as a companion volume to that issued with it on Practical Geometry; the one embracing the theory, the other the application. The text adopted is that of the distinguished mathematician, Dr. Simson. In very few instances has any...