Marcus Ward's Arithmetic

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    THIS is a neatly got up arithmetic; it contains a great number of exercises, covering the usual ground occupied by such treatises, has a modicum of explanatory matter, and calls for no further comment. There are no answers at the end, but they can be got in a separate form.

    Marcus Ward's Arithmetic.

    J. W. Marshall, Assistant-Master at Charterhouse School. (London: Ward and Co., 1879. 232 PP.)

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    Marcus Ward's Arithmetic . Nature 20, 336 (1879) doi:10.1038/020336b0

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