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Newton, John, 1622-1678
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- Trigonometria Britanica, or, The doctrine of triangles : in two books : the first of which sheweth the construction of the naturall and artificiall sines, tangents and secants, and table of logarithms ... : the other, the use or application of the canon of artificiall sines, tangents and logarithms ... : the one composed, the other translated from the Latine copie written by Henry Gellibrand ...
- A help to calculation, or, Two tables : the one of decimal numbers and the other of their logarithmes for the ready converting of sexagenary tables into decimal and the contrary ... : as also tables of declination, right and oblique ascensions, ascensional difference, and other tables of the primum mobile for the speedy and exact effecting of a figure ..
- A table to know what a hundred waight commeth to from a farthing the pound, to 2'-6d the pound.
- An introduction to the art of logick : composed for the use of English schools, and all such who having no opportunity of being instructed in the Latine tongue ...
- An introduction to the art of logick : composed for the use of English schools, and all such who having no opportunity of being instructed in the Latine tongue, do however desire to be instructed in this liberal science
- An introduction to the art of rhetorick : composed for the benefit of young schollars and others, who have not opportunity of being instructed in the Latine tongue ...
- Astronomia Britannica : exhibiting the doctrine of the sphere, and theory of the planets decimally by trigonometry, and by tables : fitted for the meridian of London ...
- Cosmographia, or, A view of the terrestrial and cœlestial globes : in a brief explanation of the principles of plain and solid geometry applied to surveying and gauging of cask : the doctrine of primum mobile : with an account of the Juilan & Gregorian calendars, and the computation of the places of the sun, moon, and fixed stars ... : to which is added an introduction unto geography
- Geometrical trigonometry, or, The explanation of such geometrical problems as are most useful & necessary, either for the construction of the canons of triangles, or for the solution of them : together with the proportions themselves suteable unto every case both in plain and spherical triangles ...
- Institutio mathematica, or, A mathematical institution : shewing the construction and use of the naturall and artificiall sines, tangents, and secants in decimal numbers, and also of the table of logarithms : in the general solution of any triangle, whether plain or spherical : with their more particular application in [brace] astronomie, dialling, and navigation
- Institutio mathematica, or, A mathematical institution : shewing the construction and use of the naturall and artificiall sines, tangents, and secants in decimal numbers, and also of the table of logarithms in the general solution of any triangle, whether plain or spherical, with their more particular application in astronomie, dialling, and navigation
- Mathematical elements : in III parts, the first being a discourse of practical geometry, the three parts of continued quantity, lines, planes, and solids, the second a description and use of the coelestial and terrestrial globes, the third the delineation of the globe upon the plain of any great circle, according to the stereographick or circular projection
- School pastim[e] for young children: or the rudiments of grammar, : in an easie and delightful method, for teaching of children to read English distinctly, and write it truly. In which, by way of preface, a new method is propounded, for the fitting of children first for trades, and then for the Latin, and other languages.
- School pastime for young children, or, The rudiments of grammar : in an easie and delightful method, for teaching of children to read English distinctly, and write it truly, in which by way of preface, a new method is propounded for the fitting of children first for trades, and then for the Latin, and other languages
- Sixteen pence in the pound. Or, A table shewing the present worth of one pound annuity, for any time under 100 yeares, by yeares, halves, and quarters. : Computed, for the just proportioning of the fines at that rate, according to the present worth of every mans respective interest in houses built upon new foundations since the 25th. of March, 1620.
- Tabulæ mathematicæ, or, Tables of the naturall sines, tangents and secants : and the logarithms of the sines and tangents to every degree ... : with a table of logatithms [sic] of all absolute numbers ... : by help whereof, and the table of the proportional part thereunto annexed, the logarithms of all numbers from under 100000 may speedily be found
- The English academy, or, A brief introduction to the seven liberal arts ... : chiefly intended for the instruction of young scholars ...
- The English academy, or, A brief introduction to the seven liberal arts : grammar, arithmetick, geometrie, musick, astronomie, rhetorick & logic : to which is added the necessary arts and mysteries of navigation, dyaling, surveying, mensuration, gauging & fortification, practically laid down in all their material points and particulars, highly approved to be known by the ingenious, and as such are desirous to profit, or render themselves accomplished : chiefly intended for the instruction of young scholars, who are acquainted with no other than their native language, but may also be very useful to other persons that have made some progress in the studies of the said arts
- The art of natural arithmetick : in whole numbers and fractions vulgar and decimal, in a plain and easie method suteable to the capacity of children, for whom it is chiefly intended : in which the multiplication and division of numbers of several denominations, and the rule of alligation are more fully explained, than in any treatise of this nature as yet extant in the English tongue
- The art of practical gauging, or, Plain and easie directions for the gauging of casks and brewers tuns ... : with a table shewing the area of the segments of a circle ... : collected, composed, and published for the use of merchants, brewers, gaugers, and all others that are concerned in custom or excise
- The compleat arithmetician, or, The whole art of arithmetick, vulgar and decimal : in a plain and easie method, suitable to the meanest capacity : in which the multiplication and division of numbers of several denominations, and the rule of alligation are more fully explained than in any treatise of this nature, yet extant
- The countrey school-master, or, The art of teaching fair-writing, and all the useful parts of practical arithmetick in a school-method : to which is added, some fair Greek copies for the use of grammar-schools : all engraven in copper-plates
- The scale of interest, or, The use of decimal fractions, and the table of logarithmes in the most easie and exact resolving of all questions in anatocism, or compound interest : with tables of simple interest also at 6 per cent per annum : together with their use in the measuring of board, timber, stone, and gauging of cask, &c. ... : also, a direction for ... letting of leases and taking of fines
- The scale of interest: or The use of decimal fractions : and the table of logarithmes, in the most easie and exact resolving all questions in anatocism, or compound interest; with tables of simple interest also at 6. per cent. per annum. Together with their use in the measuring of board, timber, stone, and gauging of cask, &c. very necesary for all carpenters, joyners, masons, glasiers, and all tradesmen whatsoever. Composed and published for the use of the intended English methematical and grammar school at Ross in Herefordshire. Also, a direction for deans and chapters in cathedrals, and the heads and fellows of colledges in both Universities in their letting of leases and taking of fines. By John Newton D.D. and one of His Majesties chaplains
- The scale of interest: or The use of decimal fractions : with a table of logarithmes, demonstrating the most easie and exact resolving all questions in anatocism, or compound interest, and tables of simple interest also at 6. per cent. per annum. Together with their use in the measuring of board, timber, stone, and gauging of cask, &c. very necesary for all carpenters, joyners, masons, glasiers, and all tradesmen whatsoever. Composed and published for the use of the English methematical and grammar school at Ross in Herefordshire. Also, a direction for deans and chapters in cathedrals, and the heads and fellows of colledges in both Universities in their letting of leases and taking of fines. By John Newton D.D. and one of His Majesties chaplains
- The scale of interest: or The use of decimal fractions, : with a table of logarithmes, demonstrating the most easie and exact resolving all questions in anatocism, or compound interest, and tables of simple interest also at 6 per cent. per annum. Together with their use in the measuring of board, timber, stone, and gauging of cask, &c. very necessary for all carpenters, joyners, masons, glasiers, and all tradesmen whatsoever. Composed and published for the use of the English methematical and grammar school at Ross in Herefordshire. Also, a direction for deans and chapters in cathedrals, and the heads and fellows of colledges in both Universities in their letting of leases and taking of fines.

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