A Remarkable Arrangement of Numbers, constituting a Magic Cyclovolute by E. Nulty [Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, vol. 5 New Series, Article VII]. Eugenius Nulty.
A Remarkable Arrangement of Numbers, constituting a Magic Cyclovolute by E. Nulty [Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, vol. 5 New Series, Article VII]

A Remarkable Arrangement of Numbers, constituting a Magic Cyclovolute by E. Nulty [Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, vol. 5 New Series, Article VII]

Philadelphia: Printed by James Kay, Jun. & Brother, 1837. [4] p., 1 leaf of a handcolored engraved leaf: tables; 29 cm. Disbound from a larger volume. Read before the Society on June 27, 1834. Mathematician Eugenius Nulty (1790-1871), a professor of mathematics at Dickinson College from 1814 to 1816, was one of the first actuarial scientists with the Philadelphia Life Insurance Company and provided mathematical assistance to the United States Coast Survey. In this paper he examines what was known as the Magic Circle of Benjamin Franklin. Very scarce. In Very Good+ Condition: disbound from a larger volume; light foxing; minor shadow from plate onto first page of text; otherwise, clean and bright. Very Good +. Item #005009

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