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Dauphiné. Musgrave, G. M. Pilgrimage into Davies, Charles. Elements of algebra, on the basis
of M. Bourdon ; embracing Sturm's and HorDaurignac, J. M. S. History of the society of Jesus ; ner's theorems, and practical examples. trans. by J. Clements. Cin., 1865. 2 v.
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. 32–1755 - Elements of analytical geometry; embracing Daveiss, J. H. Sketch of a bill for a uniform militia equations of the point, straight line, conic of the United States, with reflections on the
sections, and surfaces of the first and second state of the nation. Frankfort, 1810 2–634
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Paul to the Colossians; trans. by J. Allport. application to spherical trigonometry, spheri-
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1860. 8° . .
14-32 tiones;"! or, resolutions of theological ques - Elements of geometry and trigonometry, with tions; trans. by Rev. J. Allport. L., 1844. applications in mensuration. N. Y., 1854 2 v. 80
. 32–1359 Davenant, W. (Sandford's Br. poets)
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. 274–2558 tives. Ph., 1846 .
. 274–1681 Davies, Edward. Celtic researcbes, on the origin, Davenport brothers. Nichols, T. L. Biography of
traditions, and language of the ancient Brit
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the beginning of his maiestie's happie raigne. David; an oratorio. S. Newkomm . 5–1012
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W : Davideoita. S Introduction to the new testament;
keep it. N. Y., 1907
. 1-2308 Contining an examination of the most im- Davies, T. S. The early history of the mariner's portant questions relating to the authority,
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