## History of the Royal Society, from Its Institution to the End of the Eighteenth Century, Volume 1 |

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This happy thought gave him the

whoae elements are reciprocally as some power of the abscisse. The equation of

all hyperbolas, for example, is 3/ =-'%_ But it was demonstrated that in all ...

This happy thought gave him the

**quadrature**of all spaces, both plane and solid,whoae elements are reciprocally as some power of the abscisse. The equation of

all hyperbolas, for example, is 3/ =-'%_ But it was demonstrated that in all ...

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Besides the method of extracting the roots of all equations, and of reducing

fractional and irrational expressions into infinite series, it contains the application

of all these discoveries to the

with ...

Besides the method of extracting the roots of all equations, and of reducing

fractional and irrational expressions into infinite series, it contains the application

of all these discoveries to the

**quadrature**, and the rectification of curves; togetherwith ...

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On determining the real Probabilities of Life, &c. Morgan. _ Method of

determining the Value of Contingent Reversions. Morgan. Method of determining

Contingent Reversions. Morgan. 7. There are three papers on the

the circle; ...

On determining the real Probabilities of Life, &c. Morgan. _ Method of

determining the Value of Contingent Reversions. Morgan. Method of determining

Contingent Reversions. Morgan. 7. There are three papers on the

**quadrature**ofthe circle; ...

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### Contents

HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION | 1 |

NATURAL HISTORY | 16 |

C5413 II _ On ZOOLOGY | 71 |

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