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The Theory of Numbers1


I FIND myself to-day in the same embarrassing position in which a predecessor of mine at Oxford found himself at Bradford in 1875, the president of a Section, probably the largest and most heterogeneous in the Association, which is absorbed by a multitude of divergent professional interests, none of which agree with his or mine.

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