The elements of Euclid, viz. the first six books, with the eleventh and twelfth. In which the corrections of Dr Simson are generally adopted, but the errors overlooked by him are corrected, and the obscurities of his and other editions explained. Also, some of euclid's demonstrations are restored, others made shorter and more general, and several useful propositions are added. Together with elements of plane and spherical trigonometry, and a treatise on practical geometry. By Alexander Ingram, Philomath.Euclid.Date: 1799
Mr. Blundevil His exercises, contayning eight treatises ... which treatises are very necessary to be read and learned of all young gentlemen that have not been excercised in such disciplines, and yet are desirous to have knowledge as well in cosmographie, astronomie and geographie, as also in the art of navigation, in which art it is impossible to profit without the help of these or such like instructions / To the furtherance of which art of navigation, the said Mr. Blundevil specially wrote the said treatises.Blundeville, Thomas, active 1561.Date: 1636
Mensuration: a man using an inclinometer (?) and trigonometry to measure a water-tank (?) in a field. Engraving, ca.1760.Reference: 46695i
Introductiones ad veram physicam et veram astronomiam. Quibus accedunt Trigonometria. De viribus centralibus. De legibus attractionis / [John Keill].Keill, John, 1671-1721.Date: 1739
A mathematician standing before a blackboard, on which he has drawn a diagram. Engraving by I.S. Klauber after Le Fort after F. Bol.Bol, Ferdinand, 1616-1680.Date: 1800-1809Reference: 46982iPart of: Musée français.