A Treatise of Arithmetic, containing, All the Practical Parts thereof; both in Whole Numbers, Vulgar Fractions, and Decimals. Likewise, The Theory of Numbers, and their Principal Properties, demonstrated in a plain and easy manner. (Being: Vol. I of the 13 Volumes of the " Cyclomathesis"). William EMERSON.

A Treatise of Arithmetic, containing, All the Practical Parts thereof; both in Whole Numbers, Vulgar Fractions, and Decimals. Likewise, The Theory of Numbers, and their Principal Properties, demonstrated in a plain and easy manner. (Being: Vol. I of the 13 Volumes of the " Cyclomathesis").

London. Printed for F. Wingrave, successor to Mr. Nourse. 1791. 1791. Hardcover. 8vo, 20cm, xxii & xvi,244pp., steel engraved frontis mathematical examples, full mottled calf, gilt spine title, morocco label, ex-library, boards worn & detached, contents fine (sgc). - "Cyclomathesis" was originally published in parts in 1763 intended as a series of mathematical manuals for young children This volume is reprinted from the 10 volume second edition of 1770 subtitled: "An Easy Introduction to the Several Branches of the Mathematics; Being principally designed for the Instruction of Young Students, Before they enter upon the more Abtruse and Difficult Parts thereof." This volume contains a biography of William Emerson (1701-1782). Item #27331

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