[George Berkeley] The Analyst; or, a Discourse Addressed to an Infidel Mathematician. Wherein it is examined whether the Object, Principles, and Inferences of the modern Analysis are more distinctly conceived, or more evidently deduced, than Religious Mysteries and Points of Faith. S. Fuller and J. Leathly, Dublin, 1734, First Edition; octavo, title page dust-affected; comprises title-page, 86pp of text plus 2-page publisher’s catalogue; first 9pp are ununumbered, page nos.11 to16 entered in manuscript, thereafter with printed pagination. Disbound, with remnants of old leather backstrip.
James Smith A New Treatise of Fluxions: containing: I. The Elements of Fluxions, demonstrated in two easy propositions..II. A Treatise of Nascent and Evanescent quantities..III. Sir Isaac Newton’s Demonstrations of the Fluxions enlarged and illustrated. IV. Answers to the Principal objections in the Anylist. London, 1737; octavo, lacks title page; 59pp. A folding plate at front probably does not belong. Good clean text. Disbound, with remnants of old leather backstrip.