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" ... principles untouched. The only method of avoiding this error is to confide to men, who are masters of their respective subjects, the task of drawing up Popular Introductions to the several branches of Science. The Publisher trusts that the following... "
The Elements of Spherical Trigonometry - Page 1
by James Hann - 1849 - 68 pages
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The Publishers' Circular and General Record of British and ..., Volume 11

Bibliography - 1848 - 486 pages
...answer the purpose for which they are intended ; namely, to become convenient and accurate Guide Books in Government and other Schools, and in Popular Institutions...noble and worthy objects of study. The First Series will be comprised in Fourteen Volumes, several of which will be amply illustrated, price 11s. Cut....
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Rudimentary arithmetic

James Haddon - Arithmetic - 1849 - 144 pages
...size, a Series of original and useful Volumes, by the most esteemed writers, forming a Rudimentary Course for the easy comprehension of the leading principles...Subjects are published separately at the following prices : — RUDMIKNTABY CHEMISTRY, by Professor Fownes, FRS, Лгс., third edition, and on AGRICULTURAL...
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Rudimentary Treatise on the Blasting and Quarrying of Stone for Building and ...

Sir John Fox Burgoyne (bart.) - Blasting - 1849 - 130 pages
...size, a Series of original and useful Volumes, by the most esteemed writers, forming a Budimentary Course for the easy comprehension of the leading principles...noble and worthy objects of study. The First Series is comprised in Fifteen Volumes, several of which are amply illustrated, price 15s. complete in demy...
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Rudimentary Treatise on the Drainage of Towns and Buildings ...

George Drysdale Dempsey - 1849 - 206 pages
...size, a Series of original and useful Volumes, by the most esteemed writers, forming a Rudimentary Course for the easy comprehension of the leading principles...presenting to the mind noble and worthy objects of sttidv. The First Series, several volumes of which are amply illustrated, may be had complete in demy...
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Rudimentary architecture: for the use of beginners

Thomas Talbot Bury - Architecture - 1849 - 198 pages
...to large ships ; they assist people in getting aboard ; but as no one would trust himself to a we;ik or inefficient boat, so no one ought to begin the...Subjects are published separately at the following prices : — RUDMIENTAHY CHEMISTRY, by Professor Fownes, FRS, &c., third edition, and on AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY,...
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Rudiments of naval architecture; or, an exposition of the elementary ...

James Peake - 1849 - 160 pages
...through the necessary processes by which those results are gained : they deal largely in facts, and leava principles untouched. The only method of avoiding...presenting to the mind noble and worthy objects of rtndv. The First Series, several volumes of which are amply illustrated, may be had complete in demy...
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Rudimentary Treatise on the Construction of Cranes, and Machinery for ...

Joseph Glynn - Conveying machinery - 1849 - 170 pages
...answer the purpose for which they are intended, namely, to become convenient and accurate Guide-Hooks in Government and other Schools, and in Popular Institutions...Subjects are published separately at the following prices : — Price. RUDMIKNTARY CHEMISTRY, by Professor Fownes, FRS, *c., third edition, and on AGRICULTURAL...
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A rudimentary treatise on masonry and stonecutting. [With] Plates

Edward Dobson (civil engineer.) - 1849 - 144 pages
...these little treatises will fully answer the purpose for which they are intended, namely, to becomo convenient and accurate Guide-Books in Government...several volumes of which are amply illustrated, may be lad complete in demy 12mo, neatly bound in cloth; and, for the convenience of purchasers, the several...
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Rudimentary Treatise on the Drainage of Districts and Lands

George Drysdale Dempsey - Drainage - 1849 - 156 pages
...classes earning their aily bread, to many of whom a knowledge of the elements of Science is a jositive gain in the common pursuits of life, as well as a means of winning trom gross tastes, and presenting to the mind noble and worthy objects of study. The First Series,...
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A Rudimentary Treatise on Clock and Watch Making: With a Chapter Ou Church ...

Edmund Beckett Denison - History - 1850 - 308 pages
...size, a Series of original and useful Volumes, by the most esteemed writers, forming a Rudimentary Course for the easy comprehension of the leading principles...noble and worthy objects of study. The First Series is comprised in Fifteen Volumes, several of which are amply illustrated, price 15s. complete in demy...
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