Arithmetical tables fitted to the capacity of such as are unskilled in the art of numbers Many of which tables are so composed, that a multitude of questions may be answered by inspection only. By the help of addition and substraction, there is no question that can be propounded (serving for common use) but may be resolved speedily and exactly. By Henry Walrond, esq;
printed by E. Cotes for H[enry] Brome at the Gun in Ivy-lane,
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