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A WORK by Mr. Williamson is like good wine, and needs no commendation from us. We note that this has reached a fourth edition, but Mr. Williamson does not rest content with what he has already achieved. He has given a touch here, brought out into greater prominence a feature there, and not only so, but he has at last added a new detail in the shape of a chapter on multiple integration. In our notices of former editions we have drawn attention to the absence of such a chapter, and we are glad to see that he has at last introduced what he hopes “will be found a useful addition to the book.” We need only remark further that this edition has 393 pages against 375 pages in the third edition.

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