# Author:Oliver Byrne

## WorksEdit

*The Practical, complete and correct Gager, containing a description of Parker and Byrne's patent Calculating Instruments; with their use and application*, Bailey (London), 1840*The Fifth Book of Euclid simplified*, 1841.*The First Six Books of the Elements of Euclid in which coloured diagrams and symbols are used instead of letters for the greater ease of learners*, 1847 (transcription project)*The Miscellaneous Mathematical Papers of OB*, L. Maynard, ed. John Byrne, 1848.- OB (ed)
*Appleton's Dictionary of machines, Mechanics, Engine work and Engineering*, 2 vols, Daniel Appleton and Co., 1852. *The Calculus of Form*, 1870.*The Creed of Saint Athanasius proved by a Mathematical parallel*(a satire), 1859.*Description and Use of the Byrnegraph, an instrument for multiplying, dividing and comparing lines, angles, surfaces and solids*, Allard (London), 1846.*Dual Arithmetic, A New Art*, Bell & Daldy (London), 1865. (external scan)*The Essential Elements of Practical Mechanics, based on the principal of work, designed for engineering students*, Spon (London), 1868. (external scan)*General Method of Solving Equations of all degrees, applied particularly to equations of the second, third, fourth and fifth*, Spon (London), 1868. (external scan)*The Geometry of Compasses,*Lockwood (London), 1877.*The Handbook for the Artisan, Mechanic, and Engineer*, Collins (Philadelphia), 1853.*How to Measure the Earth with the Assistance of Railroads*, Currie and Bowman (Newcastle), 1838.*Lectures on the Art and Science of War*, Donahoe (Boston), 1853.*New and Improved Systems of Logarithms*, Day (London), 1838.*Pocketbook for Railroad and Civil Engineers*, Shepherd (New York), 1851.*The Practical Metal-Worker's Assistant*, Baird (Philadelphia), 1851. (external scan)*The Practical Model Calculator*, Baird (Philadelphia), 1852. (external scan)*A Short Practical Treatise on Spherical Trigonometry*, Valpy, 1835. (external scan)*Spon's Dictionary of Engineering*, Spon, 1869 - 1874.*Tables of Dual Logarithms, Dual Numbers, and Corresponding Natural Numbers*, Bell & Daldy, 1867 (external scan)*Byrne's Treatise on navigation and nautical Astronomy*, the author, 1875.*The Young Dual Arithmetician*, Bell & Daldy, 1865 (external scan)*The Young Geometrician, or Practical geometry without compasses*, Chapman and Hall (London), 1865.

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