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Book Holding: Mathematical Essays; or a New Introduction to the Mathematics: being essays on Vulgar and Decimal arithmetic. Containing, Not only the practical Rules, but also the Reasons and Demonstrations of them; with so much of the Theory, and of universal Arithmetic or Algebra, as is necessary for the better understanding the Practice and Demonstrations. With a General Preface, on the Usefulness of Mathematical Learning. By Benjamin Donn, Of Bideford, Devon, Teacher of the Mathematics, and Natural Philosophy, on Newtonian Principles.

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Mathematical Essays; or a New Introduction to the Mathematics: being essays on Vulgar and Decimal arithmetic. Containing, Not only the practical Rules, but also the Reasons and Demonstrations of them; with so much of the Theory, and of universal Arithmetic or Algebra, as is necessary for the better understanding the Practice and Demonstrations. With a General Preface, on the Usefulness of Mathematical Learning. By Benjamin Donn, Of Bideford, Devon, Teacher of the Mathematics, and Natural Philosophy, on Newtonian Principles.

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Record ID 105998

**Library:** St Andrews University Library. **Register:** Library Receipt Book 1772-1776. (UYLY207-2) (1772-1776, Type: Student). **Page**: 96-97

Donn's Mathe. Essays

**Borrowed:** 1776/1/4 (Thursday). **Returned:** 1776/1/4 (Thursday). **Classmark:** Not Ent.. **Original Returned Text:** Donn's Mathe. Essays.

** Andrew Duncan ****Gender:** Male. **Life dates:** c. 1755-1827. **St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897:** https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1377770044. **Occupation (normalised):** Religion and Clergy > Minister/Priest > Church of Scotland. Education > University Student.

Benjamin Donne (Male, born 1729, died 1798)**Genre:** Mathematics**Mathematical Essays; or a New Introduction to the Mathematics: being essays on Vulgar and Decimal arithmetic. Containing, Not only the practical Rules, but also the Reasons and Demonstrations of them; with so much of the Theory, and of universal Arithmetic or Algebra, as is necessary for the better understanding the Practice and Demonstrations. With a General Preface, on the Usefulness of Mathematical Learning. By Benjamin Donn, Of Bideford, Devon, Teacher of the Mathematics, and Natural Philosophy, on Newtonian Principles.****Classmark:** G.5.18.

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Benjamin Donne (Male, born 1729, died 1798)**Genre:** Mathematics**Mathematical Essays; or a New Introduction to the Mathematics: being essays on Vulgar and Decimal arithmetic. Containing, Not only the practical Rules, but also the Reasons and Demonstrations of them; with so much of the Theory, and of universal Arithmetic or Algebra, as is necessary for the better understanding the Practice and Demonstrations. With a General Preface, on the Usefulness of Mathematical Learning. By Benjamin Donn, Of Bideford, Devon, Teacher of the Mathematics, and Natural Philosophy, on Newtonian Principles.****Language:** English . **Published:** London. **Date of publication:** 1764. **Format:** 8vo. **Number of borrowings:** 3

**ESTC:** T96886

Benjamin Donne (Male, born 1729, died 1798)**Genre:** Mathematics**Mathematical Essays; or a New Introduction to the Mathematics**

**Borrowed:** 1776/1/4 (Thursday). **Returned:** 1776/1/4 (Thursday).

**Borrower:** ** Andrew Duncan **

**Author:** Benjamin Donne (Male, born 1729, died 1798), **Genre:** Mathematics

**Mathematical Essays; or a New Introduction to the Mathematics**

Record ID 151242

**Library:** St Andrews University Library. **Register:** Library Receipt Book 1776-1779. (UYLY207-3) (1776-1779, Type: Student). **Page**: 203

Donn's Math. Essays

**Borrowed:** 1779/7/28 (Wednesday). **Returned:** 1779/7/28 (Wednesday). **Classmark:** G.5. 18. **Original Returned Text:** Donn's Math - Essay.

** John West ****Gender:** Male. **Life dates:** 1756-1817. **St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897:** https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1418216692. **Occupation (normalised):** Education > University Student.

Benjamin Donne (Male, born 1729, died 1798)**Genre:** Mathematics**Classmark:** G.5.18.

**Confidence level: **Certain

Benjamin Donne (Male, born 1729, died 1798)**Genre:** Mathematics**Language:** English . **Published:** London. **Date of publication:** 1764. **Format:** 8vo. **Number of borrowings:** 3

**ESTC:** T96886

Benjamin Donne (Male, born 1729, died 1798)**Genre:** Mathematics**Mathematical Essays; or a New Introduction to the Mathematics**

**Borrowed:** 1779/7/28 (Wednesday). **Returned:** 1779/7/28 (Wednesday).

**Borrower:** ** John West **

**Author:** Benjamin Donne (Male, born 1729, died 1798), **Genre:** Mathematics

**Mathematical Essays; or a New Introduction to the Mathematics**

Record ID 316165

**Library:** St Andrews University Library. **Register:** Library Receipt Book 1788-1791. (UYLY207-9) (1788-1791, Type: Student). **Page**: 68

Dons Math- Essays

**Borrowed:** 1789/11/5 (Thursday). **Returned:** 1789/11/5 (Thursday). **Classmark:** G 5,18. **Original Returned Text:** Dons Math Essays.

** William Anderson ****Gender:** Male. **Occupation (normalised):** Education > University Student.

Benjamin Donne (Male, born 1729, died 1798)**Genre:** Mathematics**Classmark:** G.5.18.

**Confidence level: **Certain

Benjamin Donne (Male, born 1729, died 1798)**Genre:** Mathematics**Language:** English . **Published:** London. **Date of publication:** 1764. **Format:** 8vo. **Number of borrowings:** 3

**ESTC:** T96886

Benjamin Donne (Male, born 1729, died 1798)**Genre:** Mathematics**Mathematical Essays; or a New Introduction to the Mathematics**

**Borrowed:** 1789/11/5 (Thursday). **Returned:** 1789/11/5 (Thursday).

**Borrower:** ** William Anderson **

**Author:** Benjamin Donne (Male, born 1729, died 1798), **Genre:** Mathematics

**Mathematical Essays; or a New Introduction to the Mathematics**