The Elements of Euclid explain'd in a new, but most easie method: together with the use of every proposition through all parts of the mathematicks. Written in French by that excellent mathematician, F. Claud. Francis Milliet de Chales ... Now made English, and a multitude of errors corrected, which had escap'd in the original.
|Related Names:||Halifax, William , tr., Dechales, Claude-François Milliet 1621-1678.|
London, Printed for James and John Knapton [etc.] 1726.
The 7th ed.
> Early works to 1800
According to Backer's Bibl. de la Compagnie de Jésus, the translation was made by William Halifax.
2 p. l., 366 p.
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