OF GEOMETRY AND TRIGONOMETRY. TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH OF A. M. LEGENDRE, BY DAVID BREWSTER, LL. D. REVISED AND ADAPTED TO THE COURSE OF. MATHEMATICAL INSTRUCTION BY CHARLES DAVIES, AUTHOR OF MENTAL AND PRACTICAL ARITHMETIC, ELEMENTS OF SURVEYING, AND SHADES SHADOWS AND PERSPECTIVE. PHILADELPHIA: PUBLISHED BY A.S. BARNES AND CO. Being an introduction to the Science, and forming a connecting link between DAVIES' ELEMENTS OF GEOMETRY. This work embraces the elementary principles of Geometry. The reasoning is plain and concise, but at the same time strictly rigorous. DAVIES' PRACTICAL GEOMETRY, Embracing the facts of Geometry, with applications in ARTIFICER'S WOrk, DAVIES' BOURDON'S ALGEBRA, Being an abridgment of the work of M. Bourdon, with the addition of practical examples. DAVIES' LEGENDRE'S GEOMETRY AND TRIGONOMETRY, DAVIES' SURVEYING, With a description and plates of, the THEODOLITE, COMPASS, PLANE-TABLE, and NAVIGATION. DAVIES' ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY, Embracing the EQUATIONS OF THE POINT AND STRAIGHT LINE-of the CONIC OF THE SECOND ORder. DAVIES' DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY, With its application to SPHERICAL PROJECTIONS. DAVIES' SHADOWS AND LINEAR PERSPECTIVE. DAVIES' DIFFERENTIAL AND INTEGRAL CALCULUS. ENTERED according to the Act of Congress, in the year 1834, BY CHARLES DAVIES, In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States, for the Southern District of New York. |