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Page 168 - GAMES, ANCIENT AND ORIENTAL, AND How TO PLAY THEM. Being the Games of the Ancient Egyptians, the Hiera Gramme of the Greeks, the Ludus Latrunculorum of the Romans, and the Oriental Games of Chess, Draughts, Backgammon, and Magic Squares.
Page 10 - HOW TO BECOME AN ENGINEER) or, The Theoretical and Practical Training necessary in Fitting for the Duties of the Civil Engineer.
Page 45 - We have also parks, and enclosures of all sorts, of beasts and birds; which we use not only for view or rareness, but likewise for dissections and trials, that thereby we may take light what may be wrought upon the body of man.
Page 70 - A practical treatise on electrical calculations of all kinds reduced to a series of rules, all of the simplest forms, and involving only ordinary arithmetic; each rule illustrated by one or more practical problems, with detailed solution of each one.