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Dupin, Baron C.—Mathematics practically applied to the Useful and Fme Arts, adapted to the state of the Arts in England. 8vo. Halifax, 1844.

Dukrer, Albert.—Four Books ou Geometry, with Figures.

Alberti Dureri Institutionum Geometricarum Libri quatuor.
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F,uclid.—Cassell's Edition of Euclid. The Elements of Geometry; or, the First Six Books, with the Eleventh and Twelfth of Euclid. From the Text of Robert Simson, M.D., with Corrections, Annotations, and Exercises, by Robert Wallace, A.M. 8vo. London,


. The Fiwt Six Books of the Elements of Euclid, with Numerous Exercises. 8vo. London, 1852.

Fielding, T. H.—Synopsis of practical Perspective, Lineal and Aerial, with Remarks on Sketching from Nature, &o. 3rd edition,

royal 8vo. London, 1843.

Fournier, D.—A Treatise of the Theory and Practice of Perspective, &c. 4to. London, 1761.

Geometry.—A Handbook of Graphic Geometry intended for the ute of Artists, Artizans, and Young Students. 16mo. London,


Elementary Geometry, published for the Department of Practical


Elements of Practical Geometry, for Schools and Workmen.

12mo. London, 1852.

Plane, Solid, and Spherical, in Six Books, to which is added, in

an Appendix, the Theory of Projection so far as it is auxiliary to Geometry; with an Account of the Plane Sections of the Cone and Cylinder in which certain general properties of the Conic Sections are demonstrated by help of the foregoing theory. 8vo. London, 1830.

Green, B. R.—A Guide to Pictorial Perspective, with numerous Illustrations. 12mo. London, 1851.

Illustrations of Perspective, being a Popular Explanation of the

Science, and its Application to Design generally. 3rd edition,

oblong 4to. London, 1845.

Hayter, Charles.—An Introduction to Perspective, Practical Geometry, Drawing, and Painting; a new and perfect Explanation of the Mixture of Colours, with Practical Directions for Miniature, Crayon, and Oil Painting, &c. . 6th edition, 8vo. London, 1845.

Heather, J. F.—An Elementary Treatise on Descriptive Geometry, with a Theory of Shadows and of Perspective; Extracted from the French of G. Monge. To which is added a Description of the Principles and Practice of Isometrical Projections. The whole being intended as an Introduction to the Application of Descriptive Geometry to the various Branches of the Arts. Post 8vo. London,1851.

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Jopling, J.—An Impulse to Art, or Ancient Greek Practical Principles for Volutes and Lines of Beauty innumerable, with two plates of Diagrams. 8vo. London, 1849.

Jopling, J.—Dr. Brook Taylor's Principles of Linear Perspective, &c.

New edition. 8vo. London, 1835. —— The Practice of Isometrical Perspective. 8vo. London,


—— Letter to T. L. Donaldson, Esq., on the necessity of numerous correct examples of Mathematical Lines as specimens of forms to instruct the Eye in Truth and Beauty, and to suggest Applications to Designs. 8vo. ph. London, 184/.

Kirby, J.—The Perspective of Architecture. 2 vols. folio. London, 1761.

Lamotte, M. L.—Cours methodique de Dessin Linéaire et de Géométrié usuelle, applicable à tous les modes d'enseignement. Ouvrage autorisé par le Conseil royal de l'Instruction publique. Première partie, Cours élémentaire. 8th edition, 4to. Paris, 1844.

Lamy, B.—A Treatise of Perspective, on the Art of representing all manner of Objects, as they appear to the eye in all situations. Containing the elements of Designing and Painting, illustrated with above fifty figures in copper. Written originally in French, and translated into English by an Officer of His Majesty's Ordnance. 8vo. London, 1702.

Lawrence, Z.—Perspective simplified. 8vo. London, 183i).

Laurent, J. A. P. And T.—Cours de Dessin Linéaire à l'usage des Ecoles des Beaux Arts et de celles des Arts Mécaniques. Composé de Modèles de tout genre et de Leçons sur la Perspective et sur la Théorie des Ombres. Folio. Paris, 1827.

Malton, J.—The Young Painter's Maulstick; being a Practical Treatise on Perspective, founded on the clear mechanical process of Vignola and Sirigatti; united with the theoretic principles of Dr. Brook Taylor. 4to. London, 1800.

Malton, T. A.—Complete Treatise on Perspective in Theory and Practice, on the true principles of Dr. Brook Taylor, &c. Folio. London, 1770.

—— An Appendix, or Second Part to the Complete Treatise on Perspective. Folio. London, 1783.

Military Sciences.—Aide-Memoire to the Military Sciences. Framed from contributions of Officers of the different Services, and edited by a Committee of the Coras of Royal Engineers, 1853. 2nd edition, corrected. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1853.

Minifie, W.—A Text Book of Geometrical Drawing, for the use of Mechanics and Schools; in which the definitions and rules of Geometry are familiarly explained. The practical problems are arranged from the most simple to the more complex, and in their description technicalities are avoided as much as possible; with illustrations for drawing plans, sections, and elevations of buildings and machinery; an introduction to Isometrical Drawing; and an Essay on Linear Perspective and Shadows. The whole illustrated with fifty-six steel plates, containing over 200 diagrams. 3rd edition, royal 8 vo.

Baltimore, 1851.

Moore, G. B.—Perspective, its Principles and Practice. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1850.

Morin, A.—Leçons de Mécanique pratique, Résistance des Matériaux. 8vo. Paris, 1853.

Neville, J.—Hydraulic Tables, co-efficients, and formulae for finding the discharge of water from orifices, notches, weirs, pipes, and rivers. 8vo. London, 1853. Nicholson, P.—The Rudiments of Practical Perspective, in which the representation of objects is described by two easy methods, one depending on the plan of the object, the other on its dimensions and position, each method being entirely free from the usual complication of lines, and from the difficulties arising from remote vanishing points 8vo. London, 1822.

Olivier, T.—Cours de Géométrie descriptive. 2nd edition, 2 vols

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Parsey, A.—Perspective Rectified; or the Principles and Application demonstrated. In this Treatise the present systems of delineation are compared with a new method of producing correct Perspective Drawings without the use of vanishing points. 4to. London 1836.

The Science of Vision; or Natural Perspective, containing the

true Language of the Eye, &c., constituting the Basis of the Art of Design, &c. 8vo. London, 1840.

Pa s Ley, C. W.—A complete Course of Practical Geometry, including Conic Sections and Plan Drawing; treated on a principle of peculiar perspicuity. 2nd edition, 8vo. London, 1822.

Penley, A.—The Elements of Perspective: illustrated by numerous Examples and Diagrams. 3rd edition. London, 1852.

Perspective.—Elementary Perspective, published for the Department of Practical Art. Oblong folio. London, n.d.

The Handbook of Practical Perspective, for the use of Artists in

general. 18mo. London, 1840.

Pozzo, A.—Rules and Examples of Perspective, proper for Painters and Architects, &c. (the Jesuits' Perspective). Folio. London, 1707.

Pyne, G.—A Rudimentary and Practical Treatise on Perspective for Beginners; simplified for the use of Juvenile Students and Amateurs in Architecture, Painting, &c. 4th edition revised and enlarged 86 illustrations. Post 8vo. London, 1852.

Rawlins, T. J.—Elementary Perspective, divested of Technicalities, as taught at the Training College, Stanley Grove. Oblong 4to.

London, n. d.

Reiner, C.—Lessons on Form; or, an introduction to Geometry, as given in a Pestalozzian School, Cheam, Surrey. 12mo Lon

don, 1837.

Rider, W.— The Principles of Perspective, and their application to drawing Nature, familiarly explained and illustrated. 8vo. London, 1836.

Ritchie, W.—Principles of Geometry, familiarly illustrated, and applied to a variety of useful purposes; designed for the instruction of young persons. 2nd edition, 8vo. London, 1837. '"

Smith, T.—Lessons on Perspective, for the use of Students in Drawing 8vo, London, 1835.

Taylor, Dr. Brook.—Principles of Linear Perspective; or, the Art of Designing upon a Plane, the representation of all sorts of objects as they appear to the eye. A new edition, &c. 8m London

Thisnot, T. P.—Practical Perspective, for the use of Students, from the French of T. P. Thénot, by One of his Pupils. 8vo. New York, 1838.

Twining, II.—On the Philosophy of Painting; A Theoretical and Practical Treatise, comprising /Esthetics in reference to Art, the application of Rules to Painting, and general considerations on Perspective. Royal 8vo. London, 1849.

Inquiry into the Nature and Application of Perspective and Foreshortening, with a view to afford guiding principles m these branches of Art. Royal 8vo. London, 1850.

Whewell, Rev. W.—On the Principles of English University Education. The 2nd edition, including additional Thoughts on the Study of Mathematics. 8vo. London, 1838.

Wood, J. Jun.—A Manual of Perspective, being a Familiar Explanation of the Science, &c. 2nd edition, with additions, royal 8vo.

Worcester, 1843.

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