Pleasure with profit

Publication Date1694
Remainderconsisting of recreations of divers kinds, viz. numerical, geometrical, mechanical, statical, astronomical, horometrical, cryptographical, magnetical, automatical, chymical, and historical. Published to recreate ingenious spirits; and to induce them t make farther scrutiny into these (and the like) sublime sciences. And to divert them from following such vices, to which youth (in this age) are so much inclin'd. By William Leybourn, philomathes. To this work is also annext, A treatise of algebra, according to the late improvements, applied to numerical questions and geometry; with a new series for the speedy extraction of roots; as also a converging series for all manner of adsected equations. By R. Sault, master of the mathematick school in Adam's-Court, in Broadstreet, near the Royal Exchange, London
Extent[2], VI, [4] 56, 68, 31, [1], 24, 63, [1], 28, 13, 2-10, 9, [1], 11, [1], 26, [4], 52 p., [2] leaves of plates
Publisherprinted for Richard Baldwin, and John Dunton; near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane: and at the Raven in the Poultrey


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