## An Encyclopaedia of Architecture, Historical, Theoretical, & Practical |

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... the royal gallery at Windsor , she herself actually nothing ; whilst on Kenilworth

alone , Lord Leicester is supposed to have expend no less a sum than 60,0001 . ,

an almost royal sum of money . 439. Before proceeding further , it

... the royal gallery at Windsor , she herself actually nothing ; whilst on Kenilworth

alone , Lord Leicester is supposed to have expend no less a sum than 60,0001 . ,

an almost royal sum of money . 439. Before proceeding further , it

**becomes**our ... Page 264

If the legs of a pair of compasses be a little separated an angle is formed ; if they

be opened wider , the angle

angle

If the legs of a pair of compasses be a little separated an angle is formed ; if they

be opened wider , the angle

**becomes**greater ; if they by brought nearer , theangle

**becomes**less . D Fig . 223 . А B A A BA M Fig . 224 . Fig . 223 . 1 111 Fig . Page 296

When the arc is ( ) , or nothing , the secant then

the least it can be . As the arc increases from 0 , the sines , tangents , and secants

all increase , till the arc

When the arc is ( ) , or nothing , the secant then

**becomes**the radius CA , which isthe least it can be . As the arc increases from 0 , the sines , tangents , and secants

all increase , till the arc

**becomes**a whole quadrant AD ) ; and then the sine is ... Page 303

For since by Theor . I. , PM ? : H12 :: APR PB : AH HB ; and if A the point H be in

the centre , then AH and HB

CE ; therefore PM2 : CEP :: APR PB : CA ; And , alternately , CA2 : CEP :: APR ...

For since by Theor . I. , PM ? : H12 :: APR PB : AH HB ; and if A the point H be in

the centre , then AH and HB

**become**each equal to CA , and HI**becomes**equal toCE ; therefore PM2 : CEP :: APR PB : CA ; And , alternately , CA2 : CEP :: APR ...

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But when HI and PM coincide , HI and HN will

and a for IH + IIN , and throwing out the common factors and the common terms ,

we ...

But when HI and PM coincide , HI and HN will

**become**equal to PM , and CH**become**equal to CP ; therefore , substituting in the equation 2CP for CP + PH ,and a for IH + IIN , and throwing out the common factors and the common terms ,

we ...

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