An elementary treatise on mechanics

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Page 2 - Pharmacy in the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain. Edited, with extensive Additions, by PROF. WILLIAM PROCTER, of the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy.
Page 10 - System of Classical Instruction, restoring the Method of Teaching formerly practised in all Public Schools. The Series consists of the following Interlinear Translations with the Original Text, in which the quantity of the doubtful Vowels is denoted ; critical and explanatory Notes, &c. V* By means of these Works, that excellent system of Tuition is effectually restored which was established by Dean Colet, Erasmus, and Lily, at the foundation of St.
Page 3 - A History of Rome ; from the Earliest Times to the Death of COMMODUS, AD 192. By Dr. L. SCHMITZ, Rector of the High School of Edinburgh, Editor of "Niebuhr's Lectures.
Page 8 - HODGSON -MYTHOLOGY FOR LATIN VERSIFICATION. A brief Sketch of the Fables of the Ancients, prepared to be rendered into Latin Verse for Schools.
Page 13 - Outlines of the Course of Qualitative Analysis followed in the GIESSEN LABORATORY. By HENRY WILL, Ph. D., Professor Extraordinary of Chemistry in the University of Giessen. With a Preface by BARON LIEBIG. 8vo, 6s., or with the Tables mounted on linen, 7.
Page 5 - Schmitz's History of Rome, From the Earliest Times to the Death of Commodus, AD 192. With Questions, by J.
Page 64 - Levers are commonly divided into three kinds, according to the relative positions of the power, the weight and the fulcrum. In a lever of the first kind, as in Jig-. 78., the fulcrum is between the power and weight. In a lever of the second kind, as in Jig.
Page 6 - From the Invention of Printing to the present time ; being Brief Notices of a large Number of Works drawn up from actual inspection.
Page 29 - ... projectile. Find the velocity at any point of the path and the level from which it must fall freely in order to acquire this velocity. 7. Show how to find the magnitude and direction of the resultant of any number of forces in one plane acting on a particle. Find the magnitude of the resultant of forces P, 6P, and 9P, when the second force makes 60 with each of the others.
Page 5 - There is no need of pronouncing any formal eulogium on this new Classical Dictionary, for in fact it is the only one with any pretensions to the name in our language ; and as such it must form part of the library of every student who desires to become acquainted with the mind of antiquity.

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