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BOAD, Henry (fl. 1733)
Artium principia: or, the knowledge of the first principles of the mathematicks made easy and intelligible to the meanest capacity. Design'd for the more regular and speedy introduction of young beginners into those sciences. ... The whole illustrated with variety of suitable schemes, and practical observations. By Henry Boad.
London: printed for Ja. Jo. and P. Knapton, D. Midwinter and A. Ward, A. Bettesworth and C. Hitch, J. Osborn and T. Longman, J. Pemberton, C. Rivington, F. Clay, J. Batley, R. Hett, and T. Hatchett, 1733.
[6], xvii, [1], v, [3], 280 p., [1] fold. pl. : wdcut illus. ; 15.8 cm. (12°)

First published in 1732. The final prelim. leaf contains the author's advertisement for lessons on the recto, and a list of errata on the verso. ESTC t76295.

Copy Notes Inscribed at head of title-page J Soan and at the foot in a different ink 1733. Inscribed in pencil on rear free-endpaper with a sketch of a plan of a building with a portico in antis and round bows or apses on the back and both side fronts, a bucraneum and two heads in profile.

Binding C18th sheep, black morocco spine-label.

Reference Number 1720


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