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    THIS work is not like an an ordinary text-book, but consists of a series of well-arranged notes on the elements of trigonometry and logarithms. The subject is treated so that it may be useful to beginners, and to those working it up by themselves. The book-work will be found fully worked out, and, in each chapter, examples on it are given to demonstrate the methods of solution.

    Notes on Trigonometry and Logarithms.

    By Rev. J. M. Eustace (London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1890.)

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