1820 ALGEBRAIC PROBLEMS + 1818 KEY TO GREEK EXERCISES - 2 Books Bound in 1
ALGEBRAICAL PROBLEMS, PRODUCING SIMPLE and QUADRATIC EQUATIONS, with THEIR SOLUTIONS. Designed as an Introduction to the HIGHER BRANCHES of ANALYTICS, by MILES BLAND, Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge. Published by Cambridge University, 1820. Third Edition. Scarce early edition. Pagination:  half-title, title, contents, errata, 375,  Publisher's ads. BOUND TOGETHER WITH: A KEY TO THE GREEK EXERCISES, by REV. WILLIAM NEILSON. Published by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme & Brown, LONDON; and Anderson & Macdowall, EDINBURGH; printed at the University (of Edinburgh) press; 1818. Pagination: 90 pages, title page through last page of text, with "Finis" at the bottom of the last page. TWO SCARCE BOOKS BOUND TOGETHER IN THIS ONE VOLUME. Hardcovers, leather covered spine and corners with marbled paper covered boards, 5.25" x 8.5". GOOD condition, covers are scraped and rubbed, but holding together well; some foxing throughout especially on the first and last few pages; the rear endpapers have some blue lines; there are several previous owner's signatures on the blank page facing the title page; the inner hinge is split at several places (including at the title page) but always holding well; overall a solid, complete copy that remains tight, bright and clean.