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Note on normals to conics | Vol VIII (1889) 19-21 |

On the condition that the straight line lx + my + nz = 0 should be a normal to the conic ( a, b, c, f, g, h)(x, y, z)^{2} = 0 the co-ordinates being trilinear
| Vol IX (1890) 2-4 |

On the Conditions that a given Straight Line may be a Normal to the Quadric Surface | Vol XIII (1894) 126-128 |

Note on Mr Tweedie's Theorem in Geometry | Vol 22 (1903) 27-27 |

The Turning-Values of a Cubic Function and the nature of the roots of a Cubic Equation | Vol 22 (1903) 86-89 |

Note on the Problem: To draw through a given point a transversal to (a) a given triangle (b) a given quadrilateral so that the intercepted segments may have (a) a given ratio (b) a given cross ratio | Vol 22 (1903) 89-89 |

The Turning-Values of Cubic and Quartic Functions and the Nature of the Roots of Cubic and Quartic Equations | Vol 23 (1904) 43-48 |

On a Nine-Point Conic, etc. | Vol 24 (1905) 31-33 |

Points at Infinity, etc., in a plane | Vol 25 (1906) 26-35 |

On Area-Theory, and some applications | Vol 25 (1906) 69-79 |

Quadratic equations | Notes: 1 (1909) |

Similar figures | Notes: 3 (1909) |

Internal and external bisectors, and an example of continuity | Notes: 3 (1909) |

The asymptotes of the hyperbola | Notes: 6 (1910) |

Rate of change of momentum | Notes: 6 (1910) |

Deductions of propositions on tangents from propositions on secants | Notes: 14 (1913) |

The expansion of sin x and cos x
| Notes: 14 (1913) |

Trigonometry survey | Notes: 17 (1915) |

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