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  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry and plain trigometry. ... Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And rendred into English, by John Harris M.A. and F.R.S."
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry and plain trigonometry Shewing how by a brief and easie method, all that is necessary and useful in euclide, archimedes, apollonius and other excellent geometricians, both ancient and modern, may be understood. Written in French by F. Ignatius Gaston Pardies. And now rendred into English from the fourth and last edition. By John Harris M.A. and F.R.S. with many additions, and improvements: the whole being accommodated to the capacities of young beginners."
  • "Elements of geometry"@en
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry ... Writen [sic] in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And rendred into English, by John Harris M.A. and F.R.S."
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry ... Writen [sic] in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And rendred into English, by John Harris M.A. and F.R.S."@en
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry and plain trigometry. ... Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And rendred into English, by John Harris M.A. and F.R.S /"
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry and plain trigonometry. Shewing how by a brief and easie method, all that is necessary and useful in euclide, archimedes, apollonius and other excellent geometricians, both ancient and modern, may be understood. Written in French by F. Ignatius Gaston Pardies. And now rendred into English from the fourth and last edition. By John Harris M.A. and F.R.S. with many additions, and improvements: the whole being accommodated to the capacities of young beginners."
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry and plain trigonometry. Shewing how by a brief and easie method, all that is necessary and useful in euclide, archimedes, apollonius and other excellent geometricians, both ancient and modern, may be understood. Written in French by F. Ignatius Gaston Pardies. And now rendred into English from the fourth and last edition. By John Harris M.A. and F.R.S. with many additions, and improvements: the whole being accommodated to the capacities of young beginners."@en
  • "[Short, but yet plain Elements of Geometry and Plain Trigometry [sic.] ... Rendered into English from the fourth ... edition, by J. Harris. ... With many additions.]."
  • "Short but yet Plain elements of Geometry. Shewing How by a Brief and Easie Method, most of what is Necessary and Useful in Euclid, Archimedes, Apollonius, and other Excellent Geometricians, both Ancient and Modern, may be Understood. Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And render'd into English, by John Harris, D.D. And Secretary to the Royal Society."
  • "Short but yet Plain elements of Geometry. Shewing How by a Brief and Easie Method, most of what is Necessary and Useful in Euclid, Archimedes, Apollonius, and other Excellent Geometricians, both Ancient and Modern, may be Understood. Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And render'd into English, by John Harris, D.D. And Secretary to the Royal Society."@en
  • "Short but yet plain elements of geometry. ... Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And render'd into English, by John Harris ..."@en
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry. Shewing How by a Brief and Easie Method, most of what is Necessary and Useful in Euclid, Archimedes, Apollonius, and other Excellent Geometricians, both Ancient and Modern, may be Understood. Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And render'd into English, by John Harris, D.D. And Secretary to the Royal Society."@en
  • "Élémens de géométrie <engl.>"
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry. : Shewing how by a brief and easie method, most of what is necessary and useful in Euclid, Archimedes, Apollonius, and other excellent geometricians, both ancient and modern, may be understood. /"@en
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry and plain trigometry [!] : shewing how by a brief and easie method, all that is necessary and useful in Euclide, Archimedes, Apollonius and other excellent geometricians, both ancient and modern, may be understood /"
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry. Shewing how by a brief and easie method, most of what is necessary and useful in Euclid, Archimedes, Apollonius, and other excellent geometricians, both ancient and modern, may be understood."
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry and plain trigometry shewing how by a brief and easie method, all that is necessary and useful in Euclide, Archimedes, Apollonius and other excellent geometricians, both ancient and modern, may be understood /"
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry and plain trigometry [sic]. ... Written in French by F. Ignatius Gaston Pardies. And now rendred into English from the fourth and last edition. By John Harris M.A. and F.R.S. With many additions, and improvements: ... accommodated to ... young beginners."@en
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry and plain trigometry [sic]. ... Written in French by F. Ignatius Gaston Pardies. And now rendred into English from the fourth and last edition. By John Harris M.A. and F.R.S. With many additions, and improvements: ... accommodated to ... young beginners."
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry Shewing How by a Brief and Easie Method, most of what is Necessary and Useful in Euclid, Archimedes, Apollonius, and other Excellent Geometricians, both Ancient and Modern, may be Understood. Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And render'd into English, by John Harris, D.D. And Secretary to the Royal Society."
  • "Elémens de géométrie"
  • "Short but yet plain elements of geometry : ... Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And render'd into English, by John Harris"
  • "Short but yet plain elements of geometry Shewing How by a Brief and Easy Method, most of what is Necessary and Useful in Euclid, Archimedes, Apollonius, and other Excellent Geometricians, both Ancient and Modern, may be Understood. Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And render'd into English, by John Harris, D.D. And Secretary to the Royal Society."
  • "[Short, but yet plain Elements of Geometry and Plain Trigometry [sic] ... Rendered into English from the fourth ... edition, by J. Harris. ... With many additions.]."@en
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry ... Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And rendred into English, by Johh [sic] Harris."
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry ... Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And render'd into English, by John Harris, D.D : ... Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And render'd into English, by John Harris, D.D"
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry and plain trigonometry /"@en
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry. ... Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And rendred into English, by John Harris ..."@en
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry : and plain trigometry. ... Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And rendred into English, by John Harris M.A. and F.R.S."@en
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry and plain trigonometry. Shewing how by a brief and easie method, all that is necessary and useful in Euclide, Archimedes, Apollonius and other excellent geometricians, both ancient and modern, may be understood."@en
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry ... /"@en
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry and plain trigometry. Shewing How by a Brief and Easie Method, most of what is Necessary and Useful in Euclide, Archimedes, Apollonius and other Excellent Geometricians, both Ancient and Modern, may be Understood. Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And rendred into English, by John Harris M.A. and F.R.S."@en
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry : shewing how by a brief and easie method, most of what is necessary and useful in Euclid, Archimedes, Appollonius, and other excellent geometricians, both ancient and modern, may be understood /"@en
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry : shewing how by a brief and easie method, most of what is necessary and useful in Euclid, Archimedes, Appollonius, and other excellent geometricians, both ancient and modern, may be understood /"
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry and plain trigometry. Shewing How by a Brief and Easie Method, most of what is Necessary and Useful in Euclide, Archimedes, Apollonius and other Excellent Geometricians, both Ancient and Modern, may be Understood. Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And rendred into English, by John Harris M.A. and F.R.S."
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry. ... Writen [sic] in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And rendred into English, by John Harris M.A. and F.R.S."@en
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry : ... Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And rendred into English, by Johh [sic] Harris"
  • "Elémens de géométrie <engl.>"
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry; shewing how by a brief and easy method, most of what is necessary and useful in Euclid, Archimedes, Appollonius, and other excellent geometricians, both ancient and modern, may be understood"@en
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry ... Writen [sic] in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And rendred into English, by John Harris M.A. and F.R.S /"
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry Shewing How by a Brief and Easie Method, most of what is necessary and Useful in Euclide, Archimedes, Apollonius, and other Excellent Geometricians, both Ancient and Modern, may be Understood. Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And rendred into English, by Johh [sic] Harris, D.D. And Secretary to the Royal Society."
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry ... Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And render'd into English, by John Harris, D.D. ..."@en
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry ... Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And render'd into English, by John Harris, D.D. ..."
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry : shewing how by a brief and easy method, most of what is necessary and useful in Euclid, Archimedes, Appollonius, and other excellent geometricians, both ancient and modern, may be understood /"@en
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry. Shewing How by a Brief and Easie Method, most of what is necessary and Useful in Euclide, Archimedes, Apollonius, and other Excellent Geometricians, both Ancient and Modern, may be Understood. Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And rendred into English, by Johh [sic] Harris, D.D. And Secretary to the Royal Society."@en
  • "Short but yet plain elements of geometry ... Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And render'd into English, by John Harris ..."@en
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry ... Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And rendred into English, by Johh [sic] Harris ..."@en
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry"@en
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry"
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry ... Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And render'd into English, by John Harris, D.D."
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry and plain trigonometry Shewing how by a brief and easie method, all that is necessary and useful in Euclide, Archimedes, Apollonius and other excellent geometricians, both ancient and modern, may be understood."@en
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry. Shewing how ... most of what is necessary and useful in Euclid, Archimedes, Appollonius, and other excellent geometricians ... may be understood."@en
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry ... Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And render'd into English, by John Harris, D.D. .. /"
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry and plain trigometry [sic]. ... Written in French by F. Ignatius Gaston Pardies. And now rendred into English from the fourth and last edition. By John Harris M.A. and F.R.S. With many additions, and improvements: ... accommodated to ... young beginners /"
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry ... Written in French ... rendred into English, by John Harris ... The fourth edition corrected."
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry : ... Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And render'd into English, by John Harris, D.D"
  • "Short but yet plain elements of geometry. Shewing How by a Brief and Easy Method, most of what is Necessary and Useful in Euclid, Archimedes, Apollonius, and other Excellent Geometricians, both Ancient and Modern, may be Understood. Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And render'd into English, by John Harris, D.D. And Secretary to the Royal Society."@en
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry shewing how by a brief and easie method, most of what is necessary and useful in Euclid, Archimedes, Appollonius, and other excellent geometricians, both ancient and modern, may be understood /"@en
  • "Short but yet plain elements of geometry ... Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And render'd into English, by John Harris."
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry Shewing how by a brief and easie method, most of what is necessary and useful in Euclid, Archimedes, Appollonius, and other excellent geometricians, both ancient and modern, may be understood. Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. and rendred into English. By John Harris, D.D. and secretary to the Royal Society."
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry. Shewing how by a brief and easie method, most of what is necessary and useful in Euclid, Archimedes, Appollonius, and other excellent geometricians, both ancient and modern, may be understood. Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. and rendred into English. By John Harris, D.D. and secretary to the Royal Society."@en
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry. Shewing how by a brief and easie method, most of what is necessary and useful in Euclid, Archimedes, Apollonius, and other excellent geometricians...may be understood."
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry : shewing how by a brief and easie method most of what is necessary and useful in Euclide, Archimedes, Apollonius and other excellent geometricians, both ancient and modern, may be understood /"@en
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry. ... Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And render'd into English, by John Harris, D.D. ..."@en
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry. ... Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And rendred into English, by Johh [sic] Harris ..."@en
  • "Short but yet plain elements of geometry ... Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And render'd into English, by John Harris, .. /"
  • "Short, but yet plain elements of geometry and plain trigometry. ... Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And rendred into English, by John Harris M.A. and F.R.S."@en

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