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Mathematical Tables, Memoirs of the Life and Wri- taining the Logarithmus of Numtings of the Rev. Andrew Fuller, bers, Logarithmic Sines, Taolate Pastor of the Baptist Church gents, and Secants, and a traat Kettering, and Secretary to verse Table. By J. Brown, the Baptist Missionary Society. | Mathematician. The third EdiBy J. W. Morris. Containing tion, improved and enlarged, upwards of 500 pages, and a with many useful Additions. finely engraved Portrait by Free By Johu Wallace, Teacher of man, from a Painting by Med- Mathematics, Ediuburgh. 8vo. ley. 8vo. 12s. boards.
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* Next Number will put our Readers in possession of the first of the promised papers on the misrepresentations of the Reviews. The order in which they will be examined, must depend on the nature of their contents : but we shall contrive matters so that in the course of every three months, all the principal journals shall be noticed. The Edinburgh Review will probably stand foremost.