Item II/I/01 - Supplementum analyticum ad aequationes cartesianas

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GB 2014 WS-01-GRE-II/I/01


Supplementum analyticum ad aequationes cartesianas


  • 1957 (Accumulation)
  • 1691 (Publication)

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4to, 1 volume

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HANBURY, NATHANIEL, son of Philip Hanbury, London; b.; adm.; KS 1673; elected head to Trinity Coll. Cambridge 1677, adm. pens. 20 Jun 1677, aged 18, scholar 1678, matr. 1680; BA 1680/1; MA 1684; BD 1703; Fellow, Trinity Coll., from 1683, Junior Dean 1706-8, Senior Dean 1712-4; signed the petition against Bentley 1709; ordained; Curate, St. Michael’s, Cambridge; author Horologia Scioterica, 1683, and Supplementum analyticum ad Aequationes Cartesianos, 1691; buried Trinity Coll. Chapel 10 Nov 1715.

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Access to rare books is granted to bona-fide researchers, by prior appointment, in cases where the item in unavailable at another UK repository.

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  • Latin

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  • Latin

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  • English


  • Latin


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