... confequently the Catholick , I fay , fuppose all this granted ; yet the Church of Rome , according to her Principles , can never be certain that this is the meaning of this Promife . For they profefs to receive both the Scripture and ...

... confequently , AD is to A C , as AF to AH . Pl . 4 . The fecond LEMMA is , that if two arches of un- equal circles ... confequently , EG is to EF in a lefs proportion than AC to AB , that is , the fine of the angle GHE is less than ...

... confequently , reduced the greatest part of the island to their own power . What is the meaning of confequently here ? if it means " afterwards , " or , " in progress of time , " this , certainly , is not a fenfe in which confequently ...

... confequently they are fold cheap , below the par or average price of fuch drafts ; the hemp and iron at Hamburgh may confequently be bought in London with a lefs quantity of capital than before , although the price should continue ...

... confequently zx , therefore 8 9х - за this Equation reduced gives x , and confequently there remains to B and C 1a , which must be fhared after the fame Manner , that is , fo that B have the first Choice , G the next , and so on , till ...

... confequently the fun's action would be only times that of Jupiter . What a change muft this make in the orbit ! If the comet returned to its perihelion in March 1776 , it would then not be vifi- ble . See M. Lexeli's account in the Phil ...

... confequently ( AD ) ABX BC + ( BD ) . COROL . 3. Laftly , if the Angle ADB the Angle CDB ( or AD : CD : AB : BC . Elem . 18. 4. ) then ADXBC being CDX AB , it follows that ( AD ) x BC ADX CD X AB ; and that ( CD ) x ABAD X CDXBC . Hence ...

... confequently , the fluxion of CP ( which is equal to the fum of AM and PM ) is to the fluxion of AP as BP is to PM , or PM to AP : therefore ( by prop . 14. ) the tan- gent of the cycloid at C is parallel to the chord AM . 3. Let CR ...

... confequently , AD is to AC , as AF to AH . Pl . 4 . The fecond LEMMA is , that if two arches of un- equal circles ... confequently , EG is to EF in a lefs proportion than AC to AB , that is , the fine of the angle GHE is lefs than ...

... confequently is often taken ; and there- fore the expreffion is chargeable with obfcu- rity . The adverb , confequently , in its most common acceptation , denotes one thing fol- lowing from another , as an effect from a caufe . If he ...