Author:Charles Hughes Terrot

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Charles Hughes Terrot
(1790–1872)
Scottish mathematician, theologian and Bishop of Edinburgh
Charles Hughes Terrot

Works[edit]

  • Hezekiah and Sennacherib (1816) (HathiTrust)
  • Common Sense: A Poem (1819) (IA)
  • The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Romans (1828) (IA) (HathiTrust)
  • (tr.) Principles of Biblical Interpretation by Ernesti in The Biblical Cabinet (1832–3) (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2)
  • (tr.) "Remarks on the Interpretation of the Tropical Language of the New Testament" by Beckhaus in Philological Tracts I ed. by Brown in The Biblical Cabinet (1833) (IA)
  • Pastoral Letters Addressed to the Younger Members of an Episcopal Congregation (1834) (IA)
  • Two Series of Discourses on I. Christian Humuliation II. The City of God (1845) (IA)
  • "On the Sums of the Digits of Numbers" (1845)
  • "An attempt to elucidate and apply the principles of goniometry, as published by W. Warren, in his treatise on the square roots of negative quantities." (1847)
  • "On algebraical symbolism" (1848)
  • "An attempt to compare exact and popular estimate of probability" (1849)
  • "On probable inference" (1850)
  • "On the summation of a compound series, and its application to a problem on probabilities" (⁠1853)
  • "On the possibility of combining two or more independent probabilities on the same event so as to form one definite probability" (1856)
  • "On the average value of human testimony" (1858)

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