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GEOMETRY AND EUCLID— Continued.

HAMILTON.—ELEMENTS OF QUATERNIONS. By the late Sir William Rowan Hamilton, LL.D., M.R.I.A. Edited by Charles Jasper Joly, M.A., Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin. 2 vols. 4to. 2u. net each.

HIME.—THE OUTLINES OF QUATERNIONS. By Lieut.

Colonel H. W. L. Hime, late Royal Artillery. Crown 8vo., iew.

LOW.—TEXT-BOOK ON PRACTICAL, SOLID, AND DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY. By David Allan Low, Professor of Engineering, East London Technical College. Crown 8vo.

Part I. With 114 Figures, 2s.
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MORRIS.—Works by I. HAMMOND MORRIS.
PRACTICAL PLANE AND SOLID GEOMETRY, including

Graphic Arithmetic fully Illustrated with Drawings prepared specially by the
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GEOMETRICAL DRAWING FOR ART STUDENTS.

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Plans and Elevations of Solids as required in Section I. of Science Subjects.
Crown 8vo., 2J.

SMITH.—ELEMENTS OF GEOMETRY. By J. Hamblin

Smith, M.A. Containing Books 1 to 6, and portions of Books n and 12, of Euclid, with Exercises and Notes. Crown 8vo., y. 6d. Key, crown 8vo., 8s. 6d.

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SPOONER.—THE ELEMENTS OF GEOMETRICAL DRAWING: an Elementary Text-book on Practical Plane Geometry, including an Introduction to Solid Geometry. Written to include the requirements of the Syllabus of the Board of Education in Geometrical Drawing and for the use of Students preparing for the Military Entrance Examinations. By Henry J. Spooner, C.E., M.Inst.M.E.; Director of the Polytechnic School of Engineering, etc. Crown 8vo., y. fid.

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WILSON—GEOMETRICAL DRAWING. For the use of

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WINTER. ELEMENTARY GEOMETRICAL DRAWING.

By S. H. Winter.
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Scales, the Use of the Sector, the Marquois Scales, and the Protractor.
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TRIGONOMETRY.

CASEY. A TREATISE ON ELEMENTARY TRIGONOMETRY. By John Casey, LL.D., F. R. S., late Fellow of the Royal University of Ireland. With numerous Examples and Questions for Examination. i2mo,

yCLARKE.—PLANE TRIGONOMETRY. Containing the more

advanced Propositions, Solution of Problems and a complete Summary of For-
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Woolwich, etc. With Answers. By the Rev. A. Dawson Clarke, M.A., St.
John's College, Cambridge. Crown 8vo., 5J.

GOODWIN.—Works by H. B. GOODWIN, M.A.
PLANE AND SPHERICAL TRIGONOMETRY. In Three

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which are required in the Final Examination for Rank of Lieutenant at
Greenwich. 8vo., 8s. 6d.

ELEMENTARY PLANE TRIGONOMETRY. With numerous

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/ONES.—TW BEGINNINGS OF TRIGONOMETRY. By

A. Clement Jones, M.A., Ph.D., late Open Scholar and Senior Hulme
Exhibitioner of Brasenose College, Oxford; Senior Mathematical Master of
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MURRA Y.—PLANE TRIGONOMETRY FOR COLLEGES

AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS. By Daniel A. Murray, B.A., Ph.D.,
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Logarithmic and Trigonometric Tables. Crown 8vo., y.

<MITH.—ELEMENTARY TRIGONOMETRY. By J. Hamblin

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OPTICS, PHOTOGRAPHY, ETC.
ABNEY.—A TREATISE ON PHOTOGRAPHY. BySirWiLLiAM

DE Wiveleslie Abney, K.C.B., F.R.S., Principal Assistant Secretary of the
Secondary Department oi the Board of Education. With 134 Illustrations.
Fcp. 8vo., 5J.

DRUDE.—THE THEORY OF OPTICS. By Paul Drude,

Professor of Physics at the University of Giessen. Translated from the German by C. Riborg Mann and Robert A. Millikan, Assistant Professors of Physics at the University of Chicago. With no Diagrams. 8vo., 15J. net.

GLAZEBROOK.—PHYSICAL OPTICS. By R. T. GlazeBrook, M.A., F.R.S., Principal of University College, Liverpool. With 183 Woodcuts of Apparatus, etc. F*cp. 8vo., 6s.

VANDERPOEL.—COLOR PROBLEMS: a Practical Manual

for the Lay Student of Color. By Emily Noyes Vandrrpoel. With 117 Plates in Color. Square 8vo., 21s. net.

WRIGHT.—OPTICAL PROJECTION: a Treatise on the Use

".\. of the Lantern in Exhibition and Scientific Demonstration. By Lewis Wright,

Author of 'Light: a Course of Experimental Optics'. With 232 Illustrations.
Crown 8vo., 6s.

SOUND, LIGHT, HEAT, AND THERMODYNAMICS.

DEXTER.—ELEMENTARY PRACTICAL SOUND, LIGHT

AND HEAT. By Joseph S. Dexter, B.sc. (Lond.), Physics Master,
Technical Day School, The Polytechnic Institute, Regent Street. With 152
Illustrations. Crown 8vo., 2s. 6d.

EMTAGE.—UGH.T. By W. T. A. Emtage, M.A., director of

Education, Mauritius. With 232 Illustrations. Crown 8vo., 6s

HELMHOLTZ.—ON THE SENSATIONS OF TONE AS A

PHYSIOLOGICAL BASIS FOR THE THEORY OF MUSIC. By HerMann Von Helmholtz. Royal 8vo., 28s.

MAXWELL.— THEORY OF HEAT. By J. Clerk Maxwell

M.A., F.R.SS., L. and E. With Corrections and Additions by Lord RAY
Leigh. With 38 Illustrations. Fcp. 8vo., 4J. 6d.

SMITH.—THE STUDY OF HEAT. By J. Hamblin Sm1th,

M.A., of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. Crown 8vo., y.

TYNDALL.— Works by JOHN TYNDALL, D.C.L., F.R.S. See p. 36.

WORMELL.^K CLASS-BOOK OF THERMODYNAMICS.

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WRIGHT.—Works by MARK R. WRIGHT, M.A.
SOUND, LIGHT, AND HEAT. With 16o Diagrams and

Illustrations. Crown 8vo., 2s. 6d.

ADVANCED HEAT. With 136 Diagrams and numerous

Examples and Examination Papers. Crown 8vo., 4s. 6d.

STEAM, OIL, AND GAS ENGINES.

BALE.—A HAND-BOOK FOR STEAM USERS; being Rules

for Engine Drivers and Boiler Attendants, with Notes on Steam Engine and Boiler Management and Steam Boiler Explosions. By M. Powis BALe, M.I.M.E., A.M.I.C.E. Fcp. 8vo., 2s. 6d.

CLERK.—THE GAS AND OIL ENGINE. By Dugald

Clerk, Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Fellow of the Chemical
Society, Member of the Royal Institution, Fellow of the Institute of Patent
Agents. With 228 Illustrations. 8vo., 1js,

STEAM, OIL, AND CAS ENGINES-rv,«//«/«v/.

HOLMES.—THE STEAM ENGINE. By George C. V.

Holmes, Chairman of the Board of Works, Ireland. With 212 Illustrations.
Fcp. 8vo., 6s.

NEILSON.— THE STEAM TURBINE. By Robert M.

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Heginbottom Technical School, Ashton-under-Lyne. With 145 Illustrations.
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NOIWIS.—A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE 'OTTO'

CYCLE GAS ENGINE. By WIllIAm NoRRIS, M.I.Mech.E. With 2o7
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RIPPER.— Works by WILLIAM RIPPER, Professor of Engineer-
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STEAM. With 185 Illustrations. Crown 8vo., 2s. 6d.
STEAM ENGINE THEORY AND PRACTICE. With 438

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SENNETTAnd ORAM.—THE MARINE STEAM ENGINE:

A Treatise for Engineering Students, Young Engineers and Officers of the
Royal Navy and Mercantile Marine. By the late Richard Sennett,
Engineer-in-Chief of the Navy, etc.; and Henry J. Oram, Senior Engineer
Inspector at the Admiralty, Inspector of Machinery in H. M. Fleet, etc.
With 414 Diagrams. 8vo., 21J.

STROME YER.—MARINE BOILER MANAGEMENT AND

CONSTRUCTION. Being a Treatise on Boiler Troubles and Repairs,
Corrosion, Fuels, and Heat, on the properties of Iron and Steel, on Boiler
Mechanics, Workshop Practices, and Boiler Design. By C. E. Stromeyer,
Chief Engineer of the Manchester Steam Users' Association, Member of
Council of the Institution of Naval Architects, etc. With 452 Diagrams, etc.
8vo., I2J. net.

ARCHITECTURE, BUILDING CONSTRUCTION, ETC.

ADVANCED BUILDING CONSTRUCTION. By the Author

of 'Rivingtons' Notes on Building Construction'. With 385 Illustrations. Crown 8vo., 4s. 6d.

BURRELL.—BUILDING CONSTRUCTION. By Edward J.

Burrell, Second Master of the People's Palace Technical School, London.
With 3o3 Working Drawings. Crown 8vo., 2J. 6d.

G WILT.—AN ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF ARCHITECTURE.

By Joseph Gwilt, F.S.A. Revised (1888), with Alterations and Considerable
Additions by Wyatt Papworth. With 17oo Engravings. 8vo., 2U. net.

PARKER And UNWIN.—TYIK ART OF BUILDING A

HOME: A Collection of Lectures and Illustrations. By Barry Parker and
Raymond Unwin. With 68 Full-page Plates. 8vo, 1os. 6d. net.

RICHARDS.—BRICKLAYING AND BRICKCUTTING. By

H. W. Richards, Examiner in Brickwork and Masonry to the City and Guilds of London Institute, Head of Building Trades Department, Northern Polytechnic Institute, London, N. With over 2oo Illustrations. 8vo., 31. (/d.

ARCHITECTURE, BUILDING CONSTRUCTION, ETC.-Continued.

SEDDON.—BUILDER'S WORK AND THE BUILDING

TRADES. By Col. H. C. Seddon, R.E., late Superintending Engineer,
H.M.'s Dockyard, Portsmouth; Examiner in Building Construction, Science
and Art Department, South Kensington. With numerous Illustrations.
Medium 8vo., 16s.

VALDER.—BOOK OF TABLES, giving the Cubic Contents of

from One to Thirty Pieces Deals, Battens and Scantlings of the Sizes usually imported or used in the Building Trades, together with an Appendix showing a large number of sizes, the Contents of which may be found by referring to the aforesaid Tables. By Thomas Valder. Oblong 4to., 6s. net.

RIVINCTONS' COURSE OF BUILDING CONSTRUCTION.

NOTES ON BUILDING CONSTRUCTION. Arranged to meet

the requirements of the syllabus of the Board of Education. Medium 8vo.

Part I. Elementary Stage. With 552 Illustrations, gs. net.

Part II. Advanced Stage. With 479 Illustrations, gs. net.

Part III. Materials. Course for Honours. With 188 Illustrations, 18s. net.

Part IV. Calculations for Building Structures. Course for Honours. With 551 Illustrations, 13J. net.

ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM.

ARRHENIUS.—K TEXT-BOOK OF ELECTROCHEMISTRY. By SVAnTE Arrhenius, Professor at the University of Stockholm. Translated from the German Edition by John Mccrae, Ph.D. With 58 Illustrations. 8vo., gs. 6d. net.

CARUS-WILSON.—ELECTRO-DYNAMICS: the DirectCurrent Motor. By Charles Ashley Carus-wilson, M.A. Cantab. With 71 Diagrams, and a Series of Problems, with Answers. Crown 8vo., js. 6d.

CUMMING.—ELECTRICITY TREATED EXPERIMENTALLY. By Linn/eus Cumming, M.A. With 242 Illustrations. Cr. 8vo.,4J.6d.

DA K—EXERCISES IN ELECTRICAL AND MAGNETIC

MEASUREMENTS, with Answers. By R. E. Day. 12mo., y. 6d.

FITZGERALD.— THE SCIENTIFIC WRITINGS OF THE

LATE GEORGE FRANCIS FITZGERALD, Sc.D., F.R.S., F.R.S.E.,
Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin. Collected and Edited, with an Historical
Introduction, by Joseph Larmor, Sec.R.S., Fellow of St. John's College,
Cambridge. With Portrait. 8vo., 15J.

GORE.—THE ART OF ELECTRO-METALLURGY, including

all known Processes of Electro-Deposition. By G. GORe, LL.D., F.R.S. With 56 Illustrations. Fcp. 8vo., 6s.

HENDERSON.—WorksbyJOHNHENDERSON,D.Sc.,F.R.S.E. PRACTICAL ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM. With

159 Illustrations and Diagrams. Crown 8vo., 6s. 6d.

PRELIMINARY PRACTICAL MAGNETISM AND ELECTRICITY. Crown 8vo„ 1s.

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