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"The scale of interest: or The use of decimal fractions and the table of logarithmes, in the most easie and exact resolving all questions in anatocism, or compound interest"
Newton, John, 1622-1678.
The scale of interest. The second part, An appendix containing the description and use of the carpenters rule, and Ephemeris or diary, shewing the interest and rebate of money at 6 per centum have separate title pages, dated 1667; Chiliades decem logarithmorum, and Tabula partium proportionalium have divisional title pages.
An ephemeris or diary, shewing the interest and rebate of money at 6 per centum = Wing N1058A, but it does not appear to have been published separately. The C copy, the only one recorded in Wing, is at the same shelfmark as The scale of interest.
Page numbers 9-10 omitted in page numbering only.
, 8, 11-126,  p.:
London: printed for Dixy Page at the Anchor and Marriner in East-Smithfield near the Kings Slaughterhouse, and Allen Bancke at the Flowerdeluce near Cripplegate Church, 1668.
Wing (2nd ed.) / N1067A
Wing (2nd ed.) / N1058A
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