Title: A mathematical miscellany, in four parts. I. An essay towards the probable solution of the forty-five surprizing paradoxes in Gordon's Geography. II. Fifty-Five new and amazing paradoxes, some in Verse, some in Prose, with their Solutions. III. An algebraical solution to the Hundred Arithmetical and Geometrical problem s, left unanswered in Hill's Arithmetick, and Alexander's Algebra: In the Solution of which, the Young Algebraist will find such a Variety of Examples, performed after so concise and plain a Method, as will enable him to comprehend the most abstruse Parts of that sublime Science. IV. Miscellaneous rules about forming Aenigmas, Questions, the Doctrine of Eclipses, of Pendulums, the Equation of Time, concerning Easter, &c. By a lover of the mathematicks.