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PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS IN THE INSTITUTE AT FLUSHING, LONG ISLAND.

PUBLISHED AT THE INSTITUTE.

NEW-YORK:

W. E. DEAN, PRINTER, NO. 2 ANN-STREET.

Denning
Arrows
11-17-47
60437

SIR,

I HAVE taken the liberty of sending you a copy of the first number of the Mathematical Miscellany, and hope the design of the Work will meet with your approbation.

Should you feel inclined to contribute towards its support by becoming a subscriber, you are respectfully requested to inform me, by mail, of your intention, before the fifteenth of June.

If sufficient patronage be obtained to justify the continuance of the work, agents will be appointed in different parts of the Union to receive the amount of subscription, and the second number will be published on the first day of October next.

Institute at Flushing, L. I.
March 24, 1836.

I am, Sir,

Yours very respectfully,

C. GILL.

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