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The General Magazine of Arts and Sciences: Philosophical, Philological ... - Page 17
by Benjamin Martin - 1755
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An Essay on the Usefulness of Mathematical Learning

Martin Strong, John Arbuthnot - Mathematics - 1701 - 57 pages
...things themlelves not allowing it ; but it is imitable to a confiderable degree. I dare appeal to fbme writings. of our own Age and Nation, the Authors of which have been Mathematically inclined. I mall add no more on this head, but that one, who is accuftomed to the methodical Sy Items of truths,...
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An Essay on the Usefulness of Mathematical Learning

Martin Strong, John Arbuthnot - Mathematics - 1721 - 37 pages
...natural want of evi* dence in the things themfelves not allowing it; but it is imitable to a confiderable degree. I dare appeal to fome writings of our own Age and Nation, the Authors of which have been Matheimatically inclined. I {hall add no more on this head, but that one, who is accuftomed to the...
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An Essay on the Usefulness of Mathematical Learning: In a Letter from a ...

Martin Strong, John Arbuthnot - Mathematics - 1745 - 37 pages
...[7] Want of Evidence in the things themfel ves not allowing it ; but it is imitable to a confiderable Degree. I dare appeal to fome Writings of our own...but, that one, who is accuftomed to the methodical Syftems of Truths, which the Geometers have reared up in the feveral Branches of thofe Sciences, which...
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Syntagma mathesios: containing the resolution of equations: with a new way ...

Francis Holliday - Equations - 1745 - 312 pages
...natural want of Evidence in the things themfelves not allowing it ; but it is imitable to a confiderable Degree. I dare appeal to fome Writings of our own...Head, but that one who is accuftomed to the methodical Syftems of Truths, which the Geometers have reared up in the fcveraj Branches of thofe Sciences which...
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The Miscellaneous Works of the Late Dr. Arbuthnot, Volume 1

John Arbuthnot - English literature - 1751
...things themfelves not allowing it ; but it is imitable to a confiderable degree. I dare appeal to fomc writings of our own Age and Nation, the Authors of...but that one, who is accuftomed to the methodical Syftems of truths, which the Geometers have reared up in the feveral branches of thofe Sciences, which...
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General Magazine of Arts and Sciences, Philosophical, Philological ...

1755
...nr.tural want of evidence in the things themfelvcs not allowing it ; but it is imitab!e to accnfiderable degree. I dare appeal to fome writings of our own...authors of which have been mathematically inclined. 1 mall add no more on this head, but that one, who is accuftomed to the methodical fyftems of truths,...
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Miscellaneous Correspondence, Volume 1

1759
...things themlelves not al-- lowing it ; but it is imitable to aconfiderable degree. I dare appeal te fome writings of our own age and nation, the authors of which have been mathematically inclined. I (hall add no more on this head, but that one, who is accuftomed to the methodical fyńems of truths,...
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Miscellaneous Works of the Late Dr. Arbuthnot, Volume 1

John Arbuthnot - 1770
...natural want of evidence in the things themfelves not allowing it ; but it is imitable to a confiderable degree. I dare appeal to fome writings of our own...Authors of which have been Mathematically inclined. I fliall add no more on this head, but that one who is accuflomed to the methodical Syftems of truths,...
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The Northern star, or, Yorkshire magazine, Volume 2

Arthur Jewitt - 1818
...things themselves not allowing it ; but it is imitable to a considerable degree. I dare appeal to some writings of our own age and nation, the authors of which have been mathematically inclined. I shall add no more on this head, but that one who is accustomed to the methodical systems of truths,...
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The Literature and the Literary Men of Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 2

Abraham Mills - English literature - 1851
...things themselves not allowing it; but it is imitable to a considerable degree. I dare appeal to some writings of our own age and nation, the authors of which have been mathematically inclined. I shall add no more on this head, but that one who is «customed to the methodical systems of truth which...
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