Rational Amusement for Winter Evenings
by John Jackson
Publisher: Longman 1821
Number of pages: 138
Rational amusement for winter evenings, or, a collection of above 200 curious and interesting puzzles and paradoxes relating to arithmetic, geometry, geography, etc: with their solutions, and four plates, designed chiefly for young persons.
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