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# JB/135/334/001

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1831 May 4 + + M 19
Posology

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Introduction
1 Alegomorphics
§. Mutual Relation

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Ch. or §. Relations as between abbreviation — indication of equivalence the several means of facilitation
&c.

1
Object of Alegomorphics
making known the unknown

To make known quantities a quantity as yet unknown — this is the
object or end in view — thus when the object is attained is the
fruit of whatsoever labour is performed in this part of the
field and of art-and-science to which the denomination appellation of
alegomorphics posology has been given by this paper the present work

2
Means, its relation
to something known
Quantities in
known — using those of the
numeration table, those
which the term in
to take note of:
viz those of to fingers
of one hand — two hands
both feet
And to them,
whence the of
the hand. See Conjectural
History

Of This term — the attribution unknown the use is peculiar
to algebra: that is to say to bodies having algebra for their
professed matter. But it has been seen that the most simple
combinations of the numerical quantities contained in the numeration
those same quantities in their uncombined state.

3
Then come the highest
article of the numeration
Table: hence the highest
of each by its relation
to all those one after
another that have gone
before it, and are less than
it

4
Then come the
compound numbers rising
one above another in
the way of .
These then may
in the way of multiplication.
Then to multiplication of
multiplication — i.e. 346

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relation as between /abbreviations - indication of equivalents / the several means of facilitation/

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