Arithmetical institutions. Containing a compleat system of arithmetic natural, logarithmical, and algebraical in all their branches: Whereby The Learner is led after an Easy and Familiar Manner from the very first Principles of this kind of Literature to the State unto which it is brought at present: Together With many curious and useful Improvements never before made publick. By the Rev. Mr. John Kirkby.

  • Kirkby, John, 1705-1754.
MDCCXXXV. [1735]
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London : printed for B. Motte and C. Bathurst, at the Middle Temple-Gate, Fleet-Street; and J. Clark, under the Royal-Exchange, MDCCXXXV. [1735]

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[8],48;68;40;72;93,[1];59,[3]p. ; 40.

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ESTC T135695

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