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GEORGE PEACOCK, D.D. F.R.S. F.G.S. F.R.A.S.
DEAN OF ELY,
J. & J. J. DEIGHTON, CAMBRIDGE;
G. F. & J. RIVINGTON, AND WHITTAKER & Co. LONDON.
CANON RESIDENTIARY OF ST PAUL'S.
1 to sec an it th I GLADLY avail myself of the opportunity of inscribing I
to you, for a second time, a work of mine on Algebra, as tł
a sincere tribute of my respect, affection and gratitude.
I trust that I shall not be considered as derogating a)
from the higher duties which, in common with you), I owe P W to my station in the Church, if I continue to devote some b
portion of the leisure at my command, to the completion t
of an extensive Treatise, embracing the more important y departments of Analysis, the execution of which I have
long contemplated, and which, in its first volume I now offer to the public, under the auspices of one of my best and dearest friends.