By Oliver Byrne

Excerpt from the 1st Six Books of the weather of Euclid: during which colored Diagrams and logos Are Used rather than Letters for the better Ease of Learners

Such is the excursion of this attractive mode of commu nicating wisdom, that the weather of Euclid may be bought in lefs than one 3rd the time ufually hired, and the retention through the reminiscence is far extra everlasting; thefe proof were afcertained through quite a few experiments made by means of the inventor, and feveral others who've followed his plans. The details of that are few and visible; the letters annexed to issues, traces, or different components of a dia gram are in faét yet arbitrary names, and reprefent them within the demonfiration; infiead of thefe, the components being vary ently colored, are made B to call themfelves, for his or her varieties in correfpond ing colors signify them within the demonf'tration.

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