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Sherwin’s mathematical tables, contriv’d after a most comprehensive method: Containing, Dr. Wallis’s account of logarithms, Dr. Halley’s and Mr. Sharp’s ways of constructing them; with Dr. Newton’s contraction of briggs’s logarithms, viz. A table of logarithms of the numbers from 1 to 101000, with the means to find readily the logarithm of any number, and the number of any logarithm, to seven places of figures: and tables of natural and logarithmic sines, tangents, secants and versed sines, to every minute of the quadrant: with the explication of use prefixed.
London: Printed for W. and J. Mount, T. Page, and Son, on Tower-Hill , 1761.
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|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Charles Baldwin||10/7/1800||10/13/1800||Sherwins M Tables|
|Samuel B. Romaine||6/23/1804||7/5/1804||Sherwins Tables|