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PRINCIPIA. With Notes and Illustrations. Also a Collection
of Problems, principally_intended as Examples of Newton's
Methods. By PERCIVAL FROST, M.A., late Fellow of St. John's
College, Mathematical Lecturer of King's College, Cambridge.
Second Edition. 8vo. cloth, jos. 6d.
The author's principal intention is to explain difficulties which may be en-

countered by the student on first reading the Principia, and to illustrate
the advantages of a careful study of the methods employed by Newton, by
showing the extent to which they may be applied in the solution of prob-
lems; he has also endeavoured to give assistance to the student who is
engaged in the study of the higher branches of Mathematics, by repre-
senting in a geometrical form several of the processes employed in the
Differential and Integral Calculus, and in the analytical investigations of


GEOMETRY. By PercivAL FROST, M.A., and the Rev. J.
WOLSTENHOLME, M.A., Fellow and Assistant Tutor of Christ's
College. Svo. cloth, 18s.
The authors have endeavoured to present before students as comprehensive

a view of the subject as possible. Intending as they have done to make
the subject accessible, at least in the earlier portion, to all classes of
students, they have endeavoured to explain fully all the processes which
are most useful in dealing with ordinary theorems and problems, thus di-
recting the student to the selection of methods which are best adapted to
the exigencies of each problem. In the more difficult portions of the sub-
ject, they have considered themselves to be addressing a higher class of
students; there they have tried to lay a good foundation on which to build,
if any reader should wish to pursue the science beyond the limits to which

the work extends. GODFRAY.-A TREATISE on ASTRONOMY, for the use of

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gressively arranged. By the Rev. C. A. JONES, Y.A., and C. H.
CHEYNE, MA, Mathematical Masters of Westminster School.
New Edition. 18mo. cioth, 25. 6d.
This little book is intended to meet a Escy which is probably felt more

or less by a engaged a teaching Algebra to beginners. It is that while
new ideas are being acceed, oid ones are forgottenIn the belief that
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lazeves exercises has been prepared Their pecaiarity consists in this,
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parts of Ligebra have not been aciaded JORGAN-A COLLECTION OF PROBLEMS and EXAMPLES

in Mathematies With Aaswers By H. A. MORGAN, M.A.,
Sadlerian and Mathematical Lecturer of Jesus College, Cambridge.
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This book cvetains a sumber of problems. y elementary, in the Mathe-
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are to be set whice electices and see the larger number are
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PARKİNSOV- Works br S. Parkinson, B.D., Fellow and Præ

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Examples. By J. B. PHEAR, M.A., Fellow and late Assistant
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IONS and ALGEBRAIC GEOMETRY. With Easy Examples,
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matter has been added, to suit the requirements of the present time.


SON, M.A. Edited by EDWARD STURGES, M.A., of Emmanuel
College, Cambridge, and late Professor of the Applied Sciences,
Elphinstone College, Bombay. Crown 8vo. cloth. 45. 6d.
Published under the authority of H. M. Secretary of State for use in the

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EDWARD John Routh, M.A., Fellow and Assistant Tutor of
St. Peter's College, Cambridge; Examiner in the University of
London. Crown 8vo. cloth, 10s. 6d.


J. H. SMITH, M.A., Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge.
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