Reference numberCLP/22i/24
TitlePaper, Account of the second part of Monsieur Mallement de Messange's work on the quadrature of the circle by Mr Cluver
DescriptionDiscusses Mallemans de Messanges's book 'Le grand & fameux probleme de la quadrature du cercle resolu geometriuement par le cercle & la ligne droite'. Read to the Royal Society on 26 January 1687.

Subject: Mathematics, Geometry
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1686.0044
Printed in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society Volume 16 Issue 185 (1687).

See also in Library Catalogue Joachimus Jungius, and Joannaes Vagetius, eds 'Viri Clarissimi Joachimi Jungii ...Isagoge phytoscopica ut ab ipso privatis in collegius auditoribus solita suit tradi, ad exemplaria ...expressa recensente Johanne Vageto.' 1678, which contains a manuscript addition tipped in before the Emendanda: Letter, Detlev Cluver to Edmond Halley, n.d. [c. 1686-1687] with comments upon the printed works of Joachim Jungius (1587-1657) and Claude Mallemans, Seigneur de Messanges (1653-1723).
Related records in the catalogueJBO/8/117
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