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MARTIN (Benjamin)
Logarithmologia: or the whole Doctrine of Logarithms, Common and Logistical, in Theory and Practice. In Three Parts. Part 1. The Theory of Logarithms; Shewing their Nature, Origin, Construction, and Properties, demonstrated in various Methods, viz. 1. By Plain Arithmetic. 2. By the Logarithmic Curve. 3. By Dr. Halley's Infinite Series. . Part 11. The Praxis of Logarithms; Wherein all the Rules and Operations of Logarithmical Arithmetic, both Common and Logistical, by Numbers and Instruments, are copiously exemplified . Part 111. A Three-fold Canon of Logarithms; In a new and more compendious Method than any extant; . The whole being a Compleat System of this most useful Art; and enrich'd with all the Improvements therein from its Original to the Present Time.
Printed for J. Hodges -1739, 1740. 2 parts in one, First Edition, small blind stamp on title and following leaf, folding engraved plate, the final leaf is pasted down on the free end-paper obscuring the advertisement on the verso, xii, 246, *62, [2] pp., contemporary mottled calf, spine gilt, red morocco label, with the Earls of Macclesfield bookplate, a fine copy. Part III has separate pagination and register, with a title page reading: 'Logarithmology. Part II. Containing a threefold table or canon of logarithms .' London: printed in the year 1739. Without the final final leaf of advertisements after p.246. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Forest Books, ABA-ILAB [Grantham, LINCS, United Kingdom]
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