## Book Details

**Title:**Mathematical essays; being essays on vulgar and decimal arithmetic. Containing, Not only the practical Rules, but also the Reasons and Demonstrations of them; with so much of the Theory, and of universal Arithmetic or Algebra, as are necessary for the better understanding the Practice and Demonstrations. With a general preface, on the Usefulness of Mathematical Learning. By Benjamin Donn, Of Biddeford, Devon. Teacher of the Mathematics, and Natural Philosophy, on Newtonian Principles.**Authors(s):****Date Published:**1758**Place Published:**London**Publisher:**printed for W. Johnston, in St. Paul's Church-Yard; and P. Davey and B. Law, in Ave-Mary-Lane**Subject:**Medicine, Science and Technology**ESTCID:**T096887**Number of Ornaments:**10

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