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WITH DESCRIPTIONS OF THE INSTRUMENTS AND THE
BY CHARLES DAVIES, LL. D.,
AUTHOR OF ARITHMETIC, ALGEBRA, PRACTICAL MATHEMATICS FOR PRACTICAL MEX
No. 51 JOHN-STREET.
COURSE OF MATHEMATICS
Davies' First Lessons in Arithmetic For Beginners.
numerous Applications. Bey to Davies' University Arithmetic. Davies' Elementary Algebra—Being an introduction to the Science, and form
ing a connecting link between ARITHMETIO and ALGEBRA. Bey to Davies' Elementary Algebra. Davies' Elements of Geometry And Trigonometry, with APPLICATIONS IN
MENSURATION.—This work embraces the elementary principles of Geometry and Trigonometry. The reasoning is plain and concise, but at the same time strictly
rigorous. Davies' Practical Mathematics for practical Men-Embracing the Princi
ples of Drawing, Architecture, Mensuration, and Logarithms, with Applications
to the Mechanic Arts, Davies' Bourdon's Algebra—Including Sturm's THEOREM—Being an abridg
ment of the Work of M. BOURDON, with the addition of practical examples. Davies' Legendre's Geometry AND Trigonometry-From the works of A. M.
Legendre, with the addition of a Treatise on MENSURATION OF PLANES AND
Solids, and a Table of LOGARITIMS and LOGARITHMIC SINES. Davies' Surveying-With a description and plates of the THEODOLITE, COM
PASS, PLANE-TABLE, and LEVEL; also, Maps of the TOPOGRAPHICAL Signs adopted by the Engineer Department—an explanation of the method of surveying the Public Lands, Geodesic and Maritime Surveying, and an Elementary Treatise
on NAVIGATION. Davies' Descriptive Geometry— With its application to SPHERICAL PROJEC
Davies' Shades, Shadows, AND Linear Perspective.
STRAIGHT LINE—of the Conic SECTIONS—of the LINE AND PLANE IN SPACE ; also, the discussion of the GENERAL EQUATION of the second degree, and of Suz
FACES of the second order.
ENTERED according to Act of Congress, in the year one thousand eight hundred and
fifty-one, by CHARLES Davies, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York.