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EUCLID, (fl. 323--283 B.C.)
[Elements. English. Selections. 1745]
Euclid's Elements of geometry, from the Latin translation of Commandine. To which is added, a treatise of ... logarithms; likewise another of ... trigonometry; with a preface, showing the usefulness and excellency of this work. By Doctor John Keil, F.R.S. ... The whole revised; ... By Samuel Cunn. The fifth edition. To which is subjoined an appendix, containing the investigation of those series's omitted by the author. ...
London: printed for T. Woodward; and sold by J. Osborn, 1745.
[14], 397, [1] p., [18] pl. (17 fold.) : wdcut illus. ; 20.4 cm. (8º)

Keill's edition of Euclid was first published in Latin in 1715. The final page contains a list of books printed for T. Woodward, and sold by J. Osborn. ESTC t131232.

Copy Notes A copy, this or the 10th edition of 1767 (q.v.), was bought from Thomas Boone for 2s. on 29 May 1815. (Spiers Box).

Binding C18th sprinkled calf, gilt-tooled spine, maroon morocco spine-label.

Reference Number 2211


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