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DE MORGAN.AUGUSTUS.
AN ESSAY ON PROBABILITIES. And on their application to life contingencies and insurance offices.
Longman,Orme,Brown,Green & Longmans.London.,1838. FIRST EDITION.12 pp of publishers adverts dated October 1838 at front.Spare title page bound in at rear.Extra illustrated title page stained at top otherwise very good in publishers brown cloth,remains of printed paper label on spine.Edges of boards a bit bumped and spine with tears at top and bottom.An unsophisticated copy. :
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Book number: 5069
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DE MORGAN, AUGUSTUS
Arithmetical Books from the Invention of Printing to the Present Time, Being Brief Notices of a Large Number of Works Drawn Up from Actual Inspection
London, Taylor and Walton. 1847. Hardcover. Used, Hardcover in acceptable condition. No jacket. Boards are lightly marked and faded. Leading corners and edges are bumped and worn. One centimetre tears on spine ends. Portions of title plate on spine are missing. Page block is lightly foxed. Embossed stamp on FEP. Previous owner's name inked on reverse of FEP. Minor marks and creases throughout rough-cut pages. Tears on pastedown hinges. Volume is cocked but binding remains intact. Text remains clear throughout. HCW. Acceptable/No Dust Jacket.
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DE MORGAN, AUGUSTUS
Arithmetical Books from the Invention of Printing to the Present Time
DE MORGAN, Augustus. ARITHMETICAL BOOKS FROM THE INVENTION OF PRINTING To THE PREsENT TIME. London: Hugh K. Elliott Ltd. [n.d.] 124 pp. 8vo. charcoal cloth with gilt spine lettering. Ink inscription from the publisher on title page. Recent facsimile reprint of the 1847 edition, originally published in London by Taylor and Walton. Fine. With introduction by A. Rupert Hall. This was deemed the first significant book of scientific bibliography. .
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Book number: 79294
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DE MORGAN, AUGUSTUS
Arithmetical books from the invention of printing to the present time
London, Hugh K. Elliott, 1966. Used - Very Good. VG hardback in black cloth with silver New ed.. A tidy copy in tight binding. Reprint of the book first published in 1847. "Being brief notices of a large number of works drawn up from actual inspection". Photo:.
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 AUGUSTUS DE MORGAN, Arithmetical Books from the Invention of Printing to the Present Time Being Brief Notices of a Large Number of Works Draw Up from Actual Inspection by Augustus de Morgan
AUGUSTUS DE MORGAN
Arithmetical Books from the Invention of Printing to the Present Time Being Brief Notices of a Large Number of Works Draw Up from Actual Inspection by Augustus de Morgan
London, Taylor and Walton, 1847. First edition. Cloth. London: Taylor and Walton, 1847. First edition. Cloth. Very Good Indeed. 8.5" by 5". None. A catalogue of books on arithmetic by the notable British mathematician and logician Augustus De Morgan who made major contributions to the study of logic (including the formulation of De Morgan"s laws) and introduced the term "mathematical induction". Noted as "probably the first significant work of scientific bibliography", this volume deals with works from the invention of printing up until the time of publication, and contains "brief notices of a large number of works", providing an accurate record of the early history of publishing on arithmetic. In research for this text, Morgan surveyed the library of the Royal Society, works in the British Museum, the wares of specialist booksellers, and the private collections of himself and his friends to compile a chronological list of books from 1491 to 1846 (the final book being a work of his own), giving bibliographical details, a description of the contents, and sometimes comments on the mathematics on display. A first edition copy, in a brown cloth binding. In cloth binding. Externally sound, there is rubbing to the extremities, as well as wear to the joints and minor loss to spine-label, with some further shelfwear and strain to hinges. Internally, the pages are firmly bound and are generally bright and clean throughout, though there are some instances of spotting to the endpages. Very Good Indeed . Ill.: None. Very Good Indeed .
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Keywords: First Edition Morgan Arithmetical Books Arithmetic Morgan Mathematics None

 DE MORGAN, AUGUSTUS, Book keeping. Its principles, with explanations of terms such as double entry, historical origins, etc. A rare article from the Dublin Review, 1845.
DE MORGAN, AUGUSTUS
Book keeping. Its principles, with explanations of terms such as double entry, historical origins, etc. A rare article from the Dublin Review, 1845.
Dublin Review, 1845, Volume 19, 1845. First Edition, Disbound. Very Good Condition. 20 Pages. Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not a reprint or copy. Multiple copies available this title. Quantity Available: 2. Category: Dublin Review; Inventory No: 136815.
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Keywords: BZDB395 Dublin Review; Book keeping Its principles with explanations of terms such as double entry historical origins etc A rare article from the Dublin Review 1845 Augustus De Morgan

 
DE MORGAN, AUGUSTUS
A Budget of Paradoxes.
London, Longmans, Green. 1872, First Edition. Purple Cloth, 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Book, Reprinted with the author's additions, from the 'Athenaeum'. vii, 511 pages, lacks rear endpaper, front endpaper and last page of index partially sticking to the boards, wear on spine ends, crease on spine. Good.
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DE MORGAN, AUGUSTUS. [EDWARD BURNETT TYLOR]
A Budget of Paradoxes
London, Longmans, Green and Co. 1872, 1st. Hard, 8vo. First edition. Hard cover. Reprinted, with the author's additions, from the Athenaeum. A posthumous publication edited by De Morgan's widow. Published London: Longmans, Green and Co. 1872. 8vo. vii, [1 erratum], 511, [1 colophon], illustrated with tables, drawings within the text, plus Longman's Catalog of September, 1877 appended [30pp.]. Sir Edward Burnett Tylor's copy with his signature and bookplate. Tylor was Fellow of the Royal Society, the founder of cultural anthropology and the first Professor of Anthropology at Oxford. This copy of "Paradoxes" was presented to Oxford University by his wife upon his death in 1917, with a commemorative bookplate: "From the Library of Sir Edward Burnett Tylor, KNT. D.C.L. F.R.S. The first Reader and Professor of Anthropology in the University of Oxford. Presented to the Radcliffe Trustees by Dame Anna Rebecca Tylor, June, 1917." Blue cloth with gilt spine titles, gray endpapers. Spine frayed at the crown and heel, some splitting of the cloth at the rear outer hinge, moderate wear at the tips. Two stamps of Radcliffe Library University Museum Oxford and BODL-LIBR. DUPLICATE SOLD BY AUTHORITY on preliminaries, no other markings. Internally very good, text clean and bright. Good/No Jacket. Signed.
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 DE MORGAN, AUGUSTUS (1806-1871), An explanation of the gnomonic projection of the sphere : and of such points of astronomy as are most necessary in the use of astronomical maps : being a description of the construciton and use of the larger and smaller maps of the stars...
DE MORGAN, AUGUSTUS (1806-1871)
An explanation of the gnomonic projection of the sphere : and of such points of astronomy as are most necessary in the use of astronomical maps : being a description of the construciton and use of the larger and smaller maps of the stars...
London : Baldwin and Cradock 1936. First Edition. Provenance; William Ferguson's copy with his bookplate. Very good copy in the original sand-grain cloth. Professionally re-backed in matching cloth with the title blocked direct in gilt; very impressively finished. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight. bright. clean and strong.; 8vo 8' - 9' tall; 126 pages; Physical desc.: 2 p : l. 126 p. tables. diagrs ; 23 cm. Subject: Astronomy - Observers manuals. Stars - Atlases. Map projection. Other names: Society for the diffusion of useful knowledge. London.
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Book number: 182095
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 DE MORGAN, AUGUSTUS, Jones on the value of annuities &c.: Society for the Diffusion of Knowledge. A rare article from the Dublin Review, 1841.
DE MORGAN, AUGUSTUS
Jones on the value of annuities &c.: Society for the Diffusion of Knowledge. A rare article from the Dublin Review, 1841.
Dublin Review, 1841, Volume 11, 1841. First Edition, Disbound. Very Good Condition. 29 Pages. Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not a reprint or copy. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Dublin Review; Inventory No: 136660.
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Book number: 136660
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Keywords: BZDB395 Dublin Review; Jones on the value of annuities c Society for the Diffusion of Knowledge A rare article from the Dublin Review 1841 Augustus De Morgan

 
DE MORGAN, AUGUSTUS; MORTON, PIERCE; HOPKINS, W. WAUD, S.W.; PARKER, MR; BETHUNE, J. DRINKWATER
Library of Useful Knowledge. Mathematics Volume I and II [2 volumes containing 9 titles]
Published by Robert Baldwin, London, 1847. Volume I, [6], 94, 134, 96, 34, 64 pages, individual titles are: Study and Difficulties of Mathematics by De Morgan; Arithmetic and Algebra by Mr Parker; Examples of the Processes of Arithmetic and Algebra by De Morgan; Algebraic Expressions by J. Drinkwater Bethune; Elementary Illustrations of the Differential and Integral Calculus by De Morgan. This last title differs from the title listed in the contents for this volume. Volume II, viii, 272, 68, [2], 32, xxvi, 260, [4] pages, titles in this volume are: Geometry, Plane and Solid and Spherical by Pierce Morton; Elements of Trigonomentry by W. Hopkins; Spherical Trigonometry by De Morgan; Algebraic Geometry by S.W. Waud. Augustus De Morgan was an important figure in the study of logic and there is a portion in the first book of the first volume where he writes about Geometric Reasoning, First Editions, rubbed at spine and corners, joints slightly worn, light foxing, binding firm, good condition, half morocco with marbled boards, gilt titles and bands to spine, octavo, 22 cm x 14.5 cm, Hardback.
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Book number: 75416
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 AARON AUGUSTUS MORGAN, The Mind of Shakspeare, As Exhibited in His Works
AARON AUGUSTUS MORGAN
The Mind of Shakspeare, As Exhibited in His Works
Chapman and Hall. 1861-01-01, 2nd ed. Hardcover, 17 to 19 cm tall (12mo). Hardcover Posted within 1 working day. Good.
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 DE MORGAN, AUGUSTUS, Necessity of legislation for life assurance. A rare article from the Dublin Review, 1840.
DE MORGAN, AUGUSTUS
Necessity of legislation for life assurance. A rare article from the Dublin Review, 1840.
Dublin Review, 1840, Volume 9, 1840. First Edition, Disbound. Very Good Condition. 39 Pages. Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not a reprint or copy. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Dublin Review; Inventory No: 136625.
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Book number: 136625
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MORGAN, AUGUSTUS DE
On the Study and Difficulties of Mathematics.
La Salle (Ill.), The open Court Publishing Company, 1943, fourth reprint edition, cloth, 12mo, vii+288 pp., arithmetical notation; elementary rules; decimal fractions; algebraical notation; axioms; definitions; VG condition (clean, no marking). . .
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Book number: 15645
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 DE MORGAN, AUGUSTUS, On the Syllogism and Other Logical Writings
DE MORGAN, AUGUSTUS
On the Syllogism and Other Logical Writings
New Haven, Yale Univ. Press, 1966. First edition. Cloth. xxxi, 355 pp. 8vo. Edited with intro by Peter Heath. A collection of the works (other than "Formal Logic") of Augustus De Morgan (1806-1871) British mathematician and one of the founders of modern mathematical logic. A very good crisp clean and unread exlib copy with the usual markings in a like dust jacket.
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Book number: 22867
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Keywords: , Logic, Philosophy, Syllogism,

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