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|Title||:||A Mathematical Miscellany, in four parts. I. An Essay towards the ... solution of the forty-five surprizing Paradoxes in Gordon's geography. II. Forty-five new ... Paradoxes, some in verse ... III. Answers to the hundred arithmetical problems left unanswered in Hill's Arithmetick and Alexander's Algebra. IV. Miscellaneous Rules ... By a Loyer of the Mathematicks|