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Tyler, Samuel. “1. The Mathematical Correspondent, Edited by G. Baron, New York, 1804. 2. The Analyst, Edited by Robert Adrain, Philadelphia, 1808. 3. The Scientific Journal, Edited by W. Marratt, New York, 1818. 4. The Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Diary, Edited by M. Nash, New York, 1820. 5. The Mathematical Diary, Edited by Robert Adrain and afterwards by Mr. Ryan, New York, 1825. 6. The Mathematical Miscellany, Edited by C. Gill, New York, 1836.” The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 13, no. 3 (1841): 394-416. http://journals.ptsem.edu/id/BR1841133/dmd004
1. The Mathematical Correspondent, Edited by G. Baron, New York, 1804. 2. The Analyst, Edited by Robert Adrain, Philadelphia, 1808. 3. The Scientific Journal, Edited by W. Marratt, New York, 1818. 4. The Ladies' and Gentlemen's Diary, Edited by M. Nash, New York, 1820. 5. The Mathematical Diary, Edited by Robert Adrain and afterwards by Mr. Ryan, New York, 1825. 6. The Mathematical Miscellany, Edited by C. Gill, New York, 1836 (Page 394)
Samuel Tyler
The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review, 1841

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