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FORMINO A SEQUEL TO THE AUTHOR'S
'EXERCISES ON MECHANICS AND NATURAL PHILOSOPHY.'
BY THOMAS TATE, F.R.A.S.,
OF KNELLER TRAINING COLLEGE, TWICKENHAM;
* AUTHOR OF
"THE PRINCIPLES OF THE DIFFERENTIAL AND INTEGRAL CALCULUS*';
LONGMAN, BROWN, GREEN, AND LONGMANS.
G. TATE, F. G. S.,
PRESIDENT OF THE BEBWICKSHIBE NATURALISTS' CLUB, SECRETARY OF THE ALNWICK SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTION, ETC.
This Work I inscribe to you as a tribute of esteem and affection, and as a memorial of those joyous days of our youth, when, hand in hand, we were engaged in the disinterested pursuit of knowledge.
That the evening of your life may be as serene and happy as its meridian has been active and useful, is the earnest wish of
Your affectionate Brother,
Knetter Hall, Isleworth,
February, 28. 1853.