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A Space is said to be bounded when a line can not be drawn
to a point within it without cutting the boundaries.
The boundaries then must make as it were one line
having no break in it. If this line be a Circle
the Circumference of a Circle the fig space within
is said to be banded by a line namely the circumference
of a Circle. but if there be any angles in the
boundary. Geometricians divide the boundary never
speak of the space has having one boundary but
as having several calling each part of the line
which lies between two angles as a separate boundary
as one of the boundaries, as one line out of
a number which bound the figure which taken
together compose the boundary or boundaries of
the figure. They consider the line divided by
those angles. divided into as many lines boundaries
as there are angles. as an angle than is
made by the meeting together of two lines of every
figure which has more than one boundary each
of the boundaries must meet another.
When both and, lines meet other lines they
bound a space for then they compare one line
without a break.
Identifier:  JB/135/055/001 "JB/" can not be assigned to a declared number type with value 135.



135 

055 

001 

copy/fair copy sheet 
1 

recto 

sir samuel bentham 
[[watermarks::[gr with crown] [pro patria motif]]] 

46173 
