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A century of philosophical paradoxes in two parts : I. An essay towards the probable solution of the forty-five surprising paradoxes, in that excellent geographical grammar, writ by the judicious P. Gordon, A.M. and F.R.S. II. Contains fifty-five new and amazing paradoxes, some in Verse, some in Prose, extracted from various Authors, as Varemus, Brown, Boyle, Rohault, &c. and the Writers of the Diaries, both in Great-Britain and Ireland. To which is added an appendix, containing Answers to the Hundred Arithmetical Problems, left unanswer'd in Hill's Arithmetick and Alexander's Algebra. For the Use and Diversion of both Sexes. By a lover of the mathematicks. Preview this item
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A century of philosophical paradoxes in two parts : I. An essay towards the probable solution of the forty-five surprising paradoxes, in that excellent geographical grammar, writ by the judicious P. Gordon, A.M. and F.R.S. II. Contains fifty-five new and amazing paradoxes, some in Verse, some in Prose, extracted from various Authors, as Varemus, Brown, Boyle, Rohault, &c. and the Writers of the Diaries, both in Great-Britain and Ireland. To which is added an appendix, containing Answers to the Hundred Arithmetical Problems, left unanswer'd in Hill's Arithmetick and Alexander's Algebra. For the Use and Diversion of both Sexes. By a lover of the mathematicks.

Publisher: Dublin : Printed by and for S. Fuller at the Globe and Scales in Meath street, 1730.
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OCLC Number: 745215665
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