Forster's arithmetick Explaining the grounds and principles of that art, both in whole numbers and fractions: By such plain, easie and familiar rules and precepts, that any person, of a reasonable capacity, may (in a short time) attain to a competent proficiency therein, without the help of any tutor. By William Forster.
printed for George Sawbridge, and are to be sold at his House on Clarken-well-Green,
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