Aristotle, 384 - 322 (philosopher)
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A mathematical paper containing problems and equations and a list of candidates for election to the Royal Society: John Jeron Schroler, Lilienthal, Bremen; Joseph (Giuseppe) Piazzi, Palermo, Sicily; Dr Olbers, Bremen; and Dr C.F. Gauss, Brunswick. There are propositions and corollaries from Newton's 'Principia', in Latin and English, and from Aristotle's 'Rhetoric', in Greek and English.
Loose papers concerned with poetry and mathematical problems. The poetry is comprised principally of notes on the Eumenides and classical Greek poets. There is a review of the Oedipus of Sophocles, a reference to the rules of Aristotle, fluxions, a map of Palestine, a synopsis of writing technique and style, and equations involving parabolas.