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[Ch. II
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Mark, on a large Diagram, the following pairs of Propositions from the preceding Section: then mark a small Diagram in accordance with it, &c.


  1. No. 13. [see p. 49]
  2. No. 14.
  3. No. 15.
  4. No. 16.
  5. No. 17.
  6. No. 18.
  7. No. 19. [see p. 50]
  8. No. 20.
 

 

Mark, on a large Diagram, the following Pairs of Propositions: then mark a small Diagram, &c. These are, in fact, Pairs of Premisses for Syllogisms: and the results, read off from the small Diagram, are the Conclusions.

  1. No exciting books suit feverish patients;
    Unexciting books make one drowsy.
  2. Some, who deserve the fair, get their deserts;
    None but the brave deserve the fair.
  3. No children are patient;
    No impatient person can sit still.

[See pp. 72–5]