Arithmetic in epitome: or, a compendium of all the rules, both vulgar and decimal. Wherein clear and plain demonstrations are deduced from the principles of arithmetic itself; without either reference to Euclid, or use of algebra

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Printed for D. Browne, C. Hitch and L. Hawes, 1760 - Mathematics - 226 pages
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any day in any Month to the same day
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