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LIST OF BOOKS

PUBLISHED BY

DEIGHTON, BELL, AND CO.

(AGENTS TO THE UNIVERSITY)

Cambridge.

MATHEMATICAL. The Propositions in Mechanics and Solutions of the Trigonometrical Hydrostatics, which are required of Ques 1 Problems proposed at St. John's College, tionists not Candidates for Honors, with Cambridge, from 1829 to 1846. By the Rev. Illustrations and Examples, collected from T. Gaskex, M.A. 8vo. 9s. various sources. By A. C. BARRETT, M.A. Second Edition. With additions and cor

The Geometrical Construction of rections. Crown 8vo. 6s.

a Conic Section, subject to Five Conditions

of passing through given Points and touchNotes on the Principles of Pure ing given Straight Lines, deduced from the

and Applied Mathematics. By the Rev. J. Properties of Involution and Anharmonic CHALLIS, M.A., F.R.S., Plumían Professor

Ratio ; with a variety of General Properties of Astronomy and Experimental Philosophy of Curves of the Second Order. By the

in the University of Cambridge. [Preparing. Rev. T. Gaskix, M.A. 8vo. 38. Dynamics; or a Treatise on Motion. A Series of Figures illustrative of To which is added. a short Trentise on At.

Geometrical Optics. From the German of tractions. By the Rev. S. EARNSHAW, M.A.,

Professor SCHELLBACH. Edited with Notes. of St. John's College, Cambridge. Third

&c., by the Rev. W. B. HOPKINS, M.A.. Edition. 8vo. 148.

late Fellow and Tutor of St. Catharine's A Treatise on Statics, containing

Hall, and late Fellow of Caius College, Cam

bridge. Demy folio, 108. 6d. the Theory of the Equilibrium of Forces ; and numerous Examples illustrative of the

Elements of the Theory of Astrogeneral Principles of the Science. By the Rev. 8. EARNSHAW, M.A. Third Edition, nomy. By J. HYMERS, D.D., late Fellow enlarged. 8vo. 10s.

and Tutor of St. John's College, Cambridge.

Second Edition. 8vo. 14s. Newton's Principia, the First

A Treatise on the Integral CalcuThree Sections, with an Appendix ; and the Ninth and Eleventh Sections. Edited by the

lus. By J. Hrvers, D.D. Third Edition.

8vo. 16s. 6d. Rev. J. H. Evans, M.A., late Fellow of St. John's College, and Head-Master of Sed A Treatise on Conic Sections. By burgh Grammar School. Fourth Edition.

J. Hymers, D.D. Third Edition. 8vo. gs. 8vo. 68.

A Treatise on Differential EquaSolutions of the Geometrical Prob tions, and on the Calculus of Finite Differlems proposed at St. John's College, Cam

ences. By J. HYMERS, D.D. 8vo. 108. bridge, from 1830 to 1846, consisting chiefly A Treatise on Analytical Geometry of Examples in Plane Coordinate Geometry.

of Three Dimensions. By J. HYMER, D.D. With an Appendix, containing several general

Third Edition. 8vo. 108. 6d. Properties of Curves of the Second Order, and the Determination of the Magnitude and A Treatise on Trigonometry. By Position of the Axes of the Conic Section, J. HYMERS, D.D. Third Edition, corrected represented by the General Equation of the

and improved. 8vo. 6s. 6d. Second Degree. By the Rev. T. GASKIN, M.A., late Fellow and Tutor of Jesus College,

| A Treatise on Spherical TrigoCambridge. Svo. 12s.

nometry. By J. Hyzeus, D.D. 8vo. 25. Ed.

By the Rev. Harvey Goodwin, M.A. An Elementary Course of Mathematics, designed principally for Students of the University of Cambridge. By the Rer. HARVEY GOODWIN, M.A., late Fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Minister of St. Edward's, Cambridge, and late Hulsean Lec

turer. Fifth Edition. 8vo. 15s. Elementary Statics, designed

chiefly for the use of Schools. By the Rev.
H. GOODWIN, M.A. Crown 8vo. 6s.
The design of this work is to make the

principles of Statics intelligible to boys
who have attained a fair knowledge of
Algebra and Trigonometry. The laws
of Statics, the composition and resolu-
tion of forces, and the doctrine of the
lever, are first deduced experimentally;
and the student having been thus ren-
dered familiar with the fundamental
truths of the subject, is subsequently
introduced to their mathematical de.
monstration. This arrangement forms
the most striking peculiarity of the
book. Each chapter is accompanied by
an imaginary conversation between the
tutor and pupil, in which the difficulties
of the subject are discussed, and col-
lateral information introduced. There !
is also appended to each chapter an Ex-
amination Paper of Questions upon its

contents. Elementary Dynamics, designed

chiefly for the use of Schools. By the Rev. H. GOODWIN, MA. Crown 8vo. 55.

The two books bound together, 10s. 6d. This volume is a sequel and companion to

the preceding. It is written as nearly as possible upon the same principle, having appended to each chapter an imaginary conversation and a paper of Examination Questions. The three Laws of Motion are dealt with in three separate chapters; each of the earlier laws being followed out into its consequences, and illustrated by practical applications, before another is introduced. It is believed that this arrangement will be found very much to facilitate the progress of beginners. There is a chapter upon the impact of balls; and the treatise concludes with the doc

trine of the simple cycloidal pendulum. A Collection of Problems and Ex

amples, adapted to the "Elementary Course of Mathematics." With an Appendix, containing the Questions proposed during the first Three Days of the Senate-House Examinations in the Years 1848, 1849, 1850, and 1851. By the Rev. H. GOODWIN, M.A. Second Edition. 8vo. 65. Elementary Chapters in Astronomy, from the Astronomie Physique' of Biot. By the Rev. H. GOODWIN, M.A. 8vo. 38. 6d.

By the Rev. John Hind, M.A. The Principles and Practice of

Arithmetic, comprising the Nature and Use of Logarithms, with the Computations employed by Artificers, Gagers, and Land Surveyors. Designed for the use of Students. Eighth Edition. With a New Appendix of Miscellaneous Questions. By the Rev. JOHN HIND, M.A, late Fellow and Tutor of Sidney Sussex Coll. Cambridge. 12mo. As. 6d. In the present treatise the Author has en

deavoured to combine what is necessary of the Philosophy of the Science of Arithinetic with the practice of the Art of Numbers. Throughout the work he has attempted to

trace the source of every rule which is given, and to investigate the reasons on which it is founded : and by means of particular examples, comprising nothing but what is cominon to every other example of the same kind, to attain in Arithinetic the kind of evidence which is relied upon in Geometry, or in any other demonstrative science, A Second Appendix of Miscellaneous Questions, many of which have been taken from the Examination Papers given in the University during the last few years,) has been added to the present edition of this work, which the Author considers will conduce greatly to its practical utility, especially for those who

are intended for mercantile pursuits. A Key to the Arithmetic, with an

Appendix, consisting of Questions for Examination in all the Rules of Arithmetic. By the Rev. J. HIND, M.A. Second Edition.

12mo. 5s. The Principles and Practice of Arithmetical Algebra: Established upon strict methods of Mathematical Reasoning, and illustrated by Select Examples proposed during the last Thirty Years in the University of Cambridge. By the Rev. J. HIND, M.A. Third Edition. 12mo. 5s. Designed as a sequel to the Arithmetic,

and affording an easy transition from Arithmetic to Algebra-the processes being fully exemplified from the Cam

bridge Examination Papers. The Elements of Algebra. By the Rev. J. Hund, M.A. Sixth Edition, revised, improved, and reduced in price. 8vo. 10s. 6d. The Elements of Plane and Spherical Trigonometry, with the Nature and Properties of Logarithms and the construction and use of Mathematical Tables. By the Rev. J. HIND, M.A. Fifth Edition. 12mno. 6s. Designed to enable the Student to become

acquainted with the principles and applications of Trigonometry, without requiring of him anything more than a knowledge of the Elements of Geometry and a facility in the common operations of Arithmetic and Algebra.

DEIGHTON, BELL, AND CO., CAMBRIDGE.

By W. Walton, M.A. | The Elements of Hydrostatics and A Collection of Elementary Prob Hydrodynamics. By W. H. MILLER, M.A., lems in Statics, Dynamics, Hydrostatics,

Professor of Mineralogy in the University of and Optics, designed for the use of those

Cambridge. Fourth Edition. 8vo. 6s. Candidates for Mathematical Honours, who are preparing for the first three days of the

Elementary Treatise on the DifferSenate-House Examination. By W. WAL ential Calculus. By W. H. MILLER, M.A. TON, M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge.

Third Edition. 8vo. 6s.

Preparing. A Collection of Problems in illus

A Treatise on Crystallography. tration of the Principles of Theoretical

By W. H. MILLER, M.A. 8vo. 7s.6d. Mechanics. By W. WALTOX, M.A. Second Edition, with numerous alterations and additions. 8vo. 18s.

Mathematical Tracts. On La A Collection of Problems in illus Place's Coefficients; the Figure of the

Earth; the Motion of a Rigid Body about tration of the Principles of Theoretical Hy

its Centre of Gravity ; Precession and Nutadrostatics and Hydrodynamics. By. W.

tion. By the Rev. M. O'BRIEN, M.A., late Walrox, M.A. 8vo. 16s. 6d.

Professor of Natural Philosophy, King's A Treatise on the Differential Cal College, London. 8vo. 4s. 6d.

culus. By W. Waltox, M.A. 8vo. 10s. 6d. Problems in illustration of the

An Elementary Treatise on the

Differential Calculus, in which the Method Principles of Plane Coordinate Geometry. of Limits is exclusively made use of. By By W. WALTON, M.A. 8vo. 16s.

the Rev. M. O'BRIEN, N.A. 8vo. 108. 6d. A Treatise on the Application of

A Treatise on Plane Coordinate Analysis to Solid Geometry. Commenced by D. F. GREGORY, M.A., late Fellow and

Geometry; or the Application of the Method Assistant Tutor of Trinity College, Cam

of Coordinates to the Solution of Problems bridge: Concluded by W. WALTON, M.A.,

in Plane Geometry. By the Rev, M. Trinity College, Cambridge. Second Edition,

O'BRIEN, M.A. 8vo. 98. revised and corrected. 8vo. 128.

A Treatise on Algebra. By Examples of the Processes of the GEORGE PEACOCK, D.D., Dean of Ely, Lown

Differential and Integral Calculus. Col dean Professor of Astronomy, &c. lected by D. F. GREGORY, M.A. Second

Vol. I. Arithmetical Algebra 8vo. 15s. Edition, edited by W. WALTON, M.A. 8vo.

Vol. II. Symbolical Algebra, and its Ap18s.

plication to the Geometry of Position. By the Rev. W. Whewell, D.D.

8vo. 16s. 6d. Conic Sections; their principal

Geometrical Illustrations of the Properties proved Geometrically. By w.

Differential Calculus. By M. B. PELL, B.A., WHEWELL, D.D. Third Edition. Svo. 2s.6d.

Fellow of St. John's College. 8vo. 28. 6d." An Elementary Treatise on Me. A Treatise on the Motion of a

chanics, intended for the use of Colleges and Single Particle, and of Two Particles acting Universities. By W. WHEWELL, D.D. on one another. By A. SAXDEMAN, M.A., Seventh Edition, with extensive corrections late Fellow and Tutor of Queens' College, and additions. 8vo. 9s.

Cambridge. 8vo. 85. 6d. Doctrine of Limits, with its Ap- i

An Elementary Treatise on Plane plications: namely, Conic Sections; the

Coordinate Geometry, with its Application to first Three Sections of Newton; and the

Curves of the Second Order. By the Rev. Differential Calculus. By W. WREWELL,

W. SCOTT, Mathematical Lecturer, Sidney D.D. 8vo. 98.

Sussex College, Cambridge Crown 8vo. Analytical Statics. By W. 5s. 6d.

WHEWELL, D.D. 8vo. 7s. 6d. Mechanical Euclid, containing the The Princinles of Hydrostatics.

Elements of Mechanics and Hydrostatics, I demonstrated after the manner of Geometry.

An Elementary Treatise on the Laws of

Fluids and their Practical Application. By By W. WHEWELL, D.D. Fifth Edition. 12mo. 5s.

T. WEBSTER, M.A , Trinity College. Fourth

Edition. Crown 8vo. 78. 6d. The Mechanics of Engineering,

intended for use in the Universities and in The Theory of the Equilibrium Colleges of Engineers. By W. WHEWELL, and Motion of Fluids. By I. WEBSTER, D.D. 8vo. 98.

M.A. Bro. 98.

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