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Elements of algebra, By Leonard Euler. Translated from the French, with the critical and historical notes of M. Bernoulli. To which are added the additions of M. De la Grange; some original notes by the translator; memoirs of the life of Euler, with an estimate of his character; and a praxis to the whole work, consisting of above two hundred examples. In two volumes.
London: Printed for J. Johnson, St. Paul’s Church-Yard , 1797.
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|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|John Le Conte||Volume 2||7/20/1804||8/15/1804||Eulers Algebra|
|John Le Conte||Volume 1||7/20/1804||8/15/1804||Eulers Algebra|
|William Rhinelander||Volume 1||4/24/1805||4/24/1805||Eulers Algebra|
|John F. Roorback||Volume 2||5/16/1805||6/8/1805||4d||Euler's Algebra|
|John F. Roorback||Volume 1||5/16/1805||6/8/1805||4d||Euler's Algebra|