New York, John C. Totten: 1818
12mo (4½” x 7¼”). pp. 81. Contemporary half calf over blue and red marbled boards, with black morocco label and 6 pairs of gilt rules on spine. Includes 8 plates of geometrical and trigonometrical figures described in the text. A reissue of the sheets of the 1807 edition (Shaw & Shoemaker 12252) printed by J.D. Huntington at Middlebury, VT.
Burroughs sets forth a new method of working right and oblique angled plain trigonometry without the use of instruments or tables.
A sound copy with light rubbing to the edges and a small puncture to the spine. The book has the small, pe... View More...