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# JB/135/134/001

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1831 May 14. A.M.

Posology

Ch. or § Alegomorphics facilitated

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1. Equivalences
Indication of equivalences
for abbreviation.

2. Equivalences
In equivalent included
synonym, which would
have been preferred
but not extensive
enough: Synonym refers
to single words.

3. Equiv.
Combinations of equivalences
may be seen in
1. a chain of links — 2.
rounds of a ladder — &c.

4. Equiv.
So in numeration — 1 for one

5. Equiv.
In addition — for two and
two, 4.

6. Equiv
In multiplication — for
two & two & two & two — 8.

7. Equiv
Great use of equivalences:—
a definition,
an indication of equivalences
— a paraphrasis,
&c.

8 Equiv
Equivalences in shorthand.

9. Equiv
Equivalences in Algebra
- +, x, &c.

10. Equiv
Letters of the alphabet
used to express any
number of combinations
— x, y, z.

11. Equiv.
Substitution of single
to combinations of signs
is carried to any
length.

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12. Equiv
x, y, z, express unknown
quantities.

13. Equiv
When equivalence shown
between known and
unknown quantities
the desired result
obtained.

14. Equiv.
By relation to something
known knowledge
obtained of
that desired to be
known.

15. Equiv
By showing equivalences
is indicated
the equivalence between
known and
unknown quantities.

16. Equiv.
Stupendous the results
thus obtained.

17. Equiv.
Pleasant the feeling
of this command
of the field.

18. Equiv
Time and paper saved.

19. Equiv.
Known and unknown.

Identifier: | JB/135/134/001
"JB/" can not be assigned to a declared number type with value 135.

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richard doane

j whatman turkey mill 1829