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Paper, Account of John Hamilton's 'Treatise on stereography, or, the art of describing lines, planes and solids in perspective and projection' by James Hodgson

Reference number: CLP/22ii/83

Date: 2 May 1734

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Subject: Geometry, Mathematics

Reference number
CLP/22ii/83
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2 May 1734
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1 page
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Manuscript

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James Hodgson

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John Hamilton

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James Hodgson, John Hamilton, Paper, Account of John Hamilton's 'Treatise on stereography, or, the art of describing lines, planes and solids in perspective and projection' by James Hodgson, 2 May 1734, CLP/22ii/83, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/clp_22ii_83/paper-account-of-john-hamiltons-treatise-on-stereography-or-the-art-of-describing-lines-planes-and-solids-in-perspective-and-projection-by-james-hodgson, accessed on 30 May 2024

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