Wedgwood's science of numbers. Containing rules for the application of the mind in acquiring knowledge...designed to greatly facilitate the acquirement of mathematical knowledge

New York: Published by the American Common School Union, 1838. First edition; 12mo; pp. [2], iii-iv, 5-216; illustrated with occasional diagrams and tables; contemporary quarter straight-grain black morocco over marbled boards, spine in five compartments, ruled and lettered in gilt; good and sound with mild staining to the pastedowns and rear free endpaper (lacks the front free endpaper), with moderate spotting throughout. Diagrams include a table for long division, drawings of cubes and squares, a chart to calculate interest for bank accounts, and other topics in applied mathematics. Karpinsky 408. OCLC shows five holdings. An uncommon early American mathematics imprint. Item #54117

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