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The mathematical magazine: and philosophical repository. ... By Mess. G. Witchell, T. Moss, &c [electronic resource].
[London, England] : Printed for J. Wilkie, at the Bible in St. Paul's Church-Yard; and sold by all booksellers in Great Britain and Ireland, MDCCCLXI [1761-1769
v. : ill., tables, diagr. ; 20 cm (8⁰)
Vol I. [No. I.]-no. V.-
Early works to 1800
Early works to 1800
Witchell, G. (George), -1785
Library of Congress genre(s)
Rare books genre
First no. has title page with volume designation; later issues have caption titles (originally published in wrappers?).
First issue unnumbered.
Volume title page lacks chronological designation; dated from imprint.
Reference sources indicate that individual numbers probably appeared monthly; no issues dated.
No more known to have been published.
Collects issues of The mathematical magazine, originally issued with: A new and universal dictionary of pure and mixed mathematics, in parts.
Editors and contributors include: G. Witchell and T. Moss.
Title continues: "Containing original pieces, in all parts of mathematical science."
Running titles of no. 2-5 repeat the title page title of no. 1.
Caption titles headed by printers' ornaments; text begins with factotum initial.
With continuous pagination and signatures.
Includes mathematical problems and puzzles, some intended to be answered by readers for prizes. With diagrams and mathematical tables.
Reproduction of original from Bodleian Library (Oxford).
Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.
English Short Title Catalog, P6106.
The mathematical magazine
The mathematical magazine; and, Repository of arts and sciences No. 1
Eighteenth century collections online 2
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