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Fungar vice cotis, acutum
Non fimili frondescit virga metalla.
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BOOK S printed for W. INNYS.
HE Method of Fluxions, both Direct and In
verse: The former being a Tranilation from the celebrared Marquis L'Hospital's Analyse des Infinemens Petits ; and the latter supply'd by the Translator, E. Stone, F. R. S. 8vo. 1730.
2. A new Mathematical Di&ionary; wherein is contain'd, not only the Explanation of the bare Terms, but likewise an History of the Rife, Progress, State, Properties, &c. of Things, both in pure Mathematicks and Natural Philosophy, so far as it comes under a Mathematical Consideration. By E. Stone, F. R. S. 8vo.
3: An Analytick Treatise of Conick Se&tions, and their Use for resolving of Equations in Determinate and Indeterminate Problems. Being the posthumous Work of the Marquis De L'Hospital, Honorary Fellow of the Royal Academy of Sciences. Made English by E. Stone. 4to.
4. The Constrụ&ion and principal Ufes of Mathematical Instruments. Translated from the French of M. Bion, Chief Inftrument-Maker to the French King. To which are added, The Construction and Uses of such Instruments as are omitted by M. Bion ; particularly of those invented or improved by the English. The whole illustrated with Twenty-fix Folio Copperplates, containing the Figures, Soc. of the several inAruments. By E. Stope. Folio.
"he History of Arianism, from M. Maim
bourgh; and of Socinianism, from L'Amy : With two Introductory Discourses concerning the nature of speculative doctrines, and of the doctrine of the Trinity in particular. By Mr. Webster,
II. The Tryal of the Witnesses of the Resur
rection of Jesus,
III. The sacred and prophane History of the
World connected, from the Creation, to the diffolution of the Alyrian Empire, and the declension of the Kingdoms of Judab and Ifrael. By Mr. Shuckford,
IV. A Letter to T. E. Esq; in Answer to
Father Hardouin's Doutes sur l'Age du Dante, publish'd in the Memoires de Trevoux, 57
V. Remarks upon Dr. Clarke's Catechism,
Reafons for fo little Variety in this ; and
a Scheme of the future Journals, 75
The HISTORY of Arianism, from M. Maim
bourgh; and of Socinianism, from L’Any : With two Introductory Difcourses concerning the nature of speculative Do&trines, and of the doctrine of the Trinity in particular. By Mr. Web
STER, of St. Dunstan's in the West. [These two Discourses are printed by
themselves, as a Pamphlet. ]
S it is the business of these Discourses to
prepare the Reader for a careful attention to the ensuing history, it is proper to give an account of them. JANUARY 1730.