De Morgan must have admired his mathematical works, which were not without merit.
De Morgan had a number of excellent articles in this publication.
The work referred to by De Morgan appeared at Oxford in two volumes in 1754.
De Morgan is wrong as to the date of the Margarita Philosophica.
As De Morgan has pointed out, their distribution is explained by their association with ancient gold and copper mines.
This whole book of De Morgan's seems to me full of instruction.
Of the 194 propositions De Morgan selected 114 with their corollaries as necessary for a beginner who is teaching himself.
Look to me, young marster, like you sorter got De Morgan's eye.
As De Morgan says, he does not know that the area of the circle is greater than that of any other figure of the same circuit.
As De Morgan remarked, this conversion may sometimes present difficulties.