**The First Six Books of the Elements of Euclid**

by John Casey, Euclid

**Publisher**: Longmans, Green, and Co. 1885**ISBN/ASIN**: 143656252X**Number of pages**: 233

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This edition of the Elements of Euclid, undertaken at the request of the principals of some of the leading Colleges and Schools of Ireland, is intended to supply a want much felt by teachers at the present day -- the production of a work which, while giving the unrivaled original in all its integrity, would also contain the modern conceptions and developments of the portion of Geometry over which the Elements extend.

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