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E. Carpenter's proof of Taylor's theorem | Vol XII (1893) 114-117 |

Note on triangle transformations | Vol XIII (1894) 112-114 and 129-131 |

Some suggestions in mathematical terminology | Vol XIII (1894) 143 |

Proof of a theorem in conics | Vol XIII (1894) 156-159 |

On superposition by the aid of dissection | Vol XIV (1895) 109-112 |

On deducing the properties of the trigonometrical functions from their addition equations | Vol XIV (1895) 127-134 |

On the number and nature of the solutions of the Apollonian contact problem | Vol XIV (1895) 135-147 |

On a method of studying displacement | Vol XV (1896) 119-128 |

Solution of a geometrical problem {description: circles} | Vol XVI (1897) 48 |

Permutations: alternative proofs of elementary formulae | Vol XVI (1897) 68-69 |

On the transformation-sequence | Vol XVI (1897) 70-76 |

Against Euler's proof of the Binomial Theorem for negative and fractional exponents | Vol XVII (1898) 38-39 |

Note on continued fractions | Vol XVII (1898) 39-41 |

A proof of the Binomial Theorem when the exponent is a positive integer | Vol XVII (1898) 42 |

Note referring to the paper in Vol. XVIII, pp. 5-10 | Vol XVIII (1899) 100 |

Remark on Dr Peddie's proof of the potential theorems regarding uniform spherical shells | Vol XVIII (1899) 32 |

The dissection of any two triangles into mutually similar pairs of triangles | Vol XVIII (1899) 5-10 |

Inequalities relating to some algebraic means | Vol XIX (1900) 36-45 |

Notes on the theorems of Menelaus and Ceva | Vol XX (1901) 62-66 |

Constructions connected with Euclid VI. 3 and VI. A, and the circle of Apollonius | Vol XX (1901) 67-69 |

Geometry of the isosceles trapezium and the contra-parallelogram, with applications to the geometry of the ellipse | Vol XX (1901) 70-72 |

Note on the theory of the rolling of one rigid surface on another | Vol XX (1901) 8-10 |

Some methods applicable to identities and inequalities of symmetric algebraic functions of n letters | Vol 21 (1902) 144-157 |

Construction connected with the locus of a point at which two segments of a straight line subtend equal angles | Vol 21 (1902) 158 |

On the use of the term Power in geometry, and on the treatment of the "doubtful sign" | Vol 22 (1903) 68-73 |

Solution of a geometrical problem | Vol 22 (1903) 74-75 |

Minimum deviation through a prism | Vol 22 (1903) 76-79 |

Some proofs of Newton's theorem on sums of powers of roots | Vol 23 (1904) 66-70 |

A proof of Waring's expression for ∑ α^{r} in terms of the coefficients of an equation
| Vol 23 (1904) 71-74 |

Proofs of an inequality | Vol 24 (1905) 45-50 |

Elementary methods for calculating first and second moments of simple configurations | Vol 25 (1906) 107-113 |

To express a determinant of the nth order in terms of compound determinants of the second order, and vice versa
| Vol 26 (1907) 15-17 |

A graphic method of solving n simultaneous linear equations involving n unknowns
| Vol 26 (1907) 30-36 |

On Wilkinson's method of treating the nine-points circle, with generalizations | Vol 28 (1909) 129-147 |

The anharmonic ratios of four points in a straight line | Vol 28 (1909) 14-22 |

A method for successive graphic interpretations | Vol 29 (1910) 78-82 |

A mechanism for solving equations for the nth degree | Vol 30 (1911) 69-74 |

Notes on mathematical induction | Vol 31 (1912) 47-53 |

Some graphical methods for determining centres of gravity | Vol 32 (1913) 36-43 |

Theorems analogous to Newton's theorems on symmetric functions: with elementary proofs | Vol 32 (1913) 44-48 |

Rolling loads: a new graphical method | Vol 36 (1917) 96-102 |

Extension of Frenet's formulae to a curve in flat space of n dimensions | Vol 38 (1919) 20-23 |

A version of Hagen's proof of the law of error | Vol 38 (1919) 24-26 |

Elementary proof of the formula V^{2}/R
| Vol 38 (1919) Notes |

Common logarithms calculated by simple multiplication | Vol 40 (1921) Notes |

Note on topics of regions separated by boundaries | Vol 43 (1924) 111-114 |

Notes on the logic of equation solving | Notes: 2 (1909) |

A rule for resolving integral algebraic expressions into factors | Notes: 4 (1910) |

The ambiguous case in the solution of triangles | Notes: 8 (1911) |

Notes on algebraic inequalities | Notes: 11 (1912) |

Two theorems on determinants, and their application to the proof of the volume-formula for tetrahedra | Notes: 13 (1913) |

A construction by ruler and dividers | Notes: 15 (1914) |

Note on students and original work | Notes: 17 (1915) |

Centre of curvature | Notes: 20 (1916) |

Proof of some inequalities and limits | Notes: 21 (1916) |

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