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Image from page 8 of “Arithmetica Logarithimica” (1624)
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Title: Arithmetica Logarithimica
Year: 1624 (1620s)
Authors: Briggs, Henry
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Image from page 486 of “Les Comptes Faits” (1723)
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Title: Les Comptes Faits
Year: 1723 (1720s)
Authors: Barreme
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Image from page 4 of “The Slide Rule and How to Use It” (1896)
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Title: The Slide Rule and How to Use It
Year: 1896 (1890s)
Authors: Charles Hoare
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y and Straw Measurer. J. Steele .Meat Production. J. Ewart ….The Sheep. W. C. Spooner .Multum-in-Parvo Gardening. S. Wood .Forcing Garden. S. Wood ….Market and Kitchen Gardening. C. W. ShawKitchen Gardening. G. M. F. Glenny.Cottage Gardening. B. HobdayGarden Receipts. C. W. QuinPotatoes: How to Grow. J. Pink .Culture of Fruit Trees. M. Du BreuilTree Planter & Plant Propagator. S. Wood Tree Pruner. S. Wood Tree Planter, Propagator, & Pruner. S. WoodGrafting and Budding. C. Baltet .Bees for Pleasure & Profit. G. G. Samson 1/- 1/61/61/6*/-*/- «/- 1/6 12/- 2/62/661-2/-3/-2/6 2/- 2/612/-2/62/-2/-2/-2/63/61/-3/6 3/-1/61/61/62/-3/62/-1/63/62/6 1/- CROSBY LOCKWOOD & SON, 7, Stationers Hall Court, E.G. THE SLIDE RULE AND HOW TO USE IT CONTAINING FULL, EASY, AND SIMPLE INSTRUCTIONS TO PERFORM ALL BUSINESS CALCULATIONS WITH UNEXAMPLED RAPIDITY AND ACCURACY. By CHARLES HOARE, C.E. AUTHOR OP MENSURATION MADE EASY, ETC., ETC. WITH A SLIDE RULE IN TUCK OF COVER Szbtnth (frbxtxon

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LONDONCROSBY LOOKWOOD AND SON 7, STATIONERS HALL COURT, LUDGATE HILL1896 PREFACE. To those who have once acquired a knowledge of the capa-bilities of the Slide Eule, it is ever a matter of surprise thatan instrument combining such unexampled rapidity, ease,and accuracy in performing all ordinary business calculations,should be so little known. By its assistance the drudgeryof computation is avoided, and the time and trouble expendedon mere arithmetical workings proved to be a waste of effort;in fact, its aid mentally may safely be compared with the ad-vantages derived from mechanical appliances in amelioratingthe wear and tear of manual labour. The intellect remains unfettered by tedious processes, forthe statement of each question, the operation and the result,are simultaneous and apparent in their connection. The lawsthat govern its operations are few and simple, and easilyunderstood ; and the curiosity of the uninitiated may bestimulated by learning, that on an instrument as portabsliderulehowtous00char

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