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Tome II. of the Kingdom 0/ SIAM. 119
towards the right: that is to fay, that from the upper tranfverfe they defcend iramediarely to that below.
3; When they have placed a number io the laft cafe of a tranfverfe, the fol* lowing is putin the firft cafe of the tranfverfe immediately fuperior, that is to %, that from the laft upright, they return immediately to the firft upright on the left.
4. In every other occurrence* after having placed a number, they place the following in the cafes which follow diametrically or flantingly from the bottom to the top, and from the left to the right, until they come to one of the cafes of the upper tranfverfe, or of the laft upright to the right.
When they find the way floppa d by any cafe already filled with any num-j l ta^e A ^e Ca^e immediately under that which they have filled* and they continue it as before, diametrically from the bottom to the top, and from the left to the right.
. Thefe few Rules, eafie to retain, are fufficient to range all the unequal fquares in general. An example renders them more intelligible.
17 *4 1 8 if
5 7 14 16
a 4 6 *3 20 Zft
10 IX i9 ai 3
11 18 2 9
This fquare is eflentially different from that of Atriffn % and the method of Sachet is not eafily accommodated thereto 5 and tin the contrary, the Indian method may eafily give the fquares of Agrift*, by changing it in fomething.
1. They place the unite in the Cafe, which is immediately under that of the Center, and they purfue it diametrically from top to bottom, and from the left to the right.
2. From the loweft cafe ofanupright they pafs to the higheft cafe of the upright which follows on the right*, and from the laft cafe of a Tranfverfe they return to the left to die firft cafe of the Tranfverfe immediately inferior.
3. When the way is interrupted, they re-aflume two cafes underneath that which they filled; and if there remains no cafe underneath, or that there remains but one, the firft cafe of the upright is thought to return in order after the laft, as if it was indeed underneath the loweft.
At Example taken from Agrippa. r " -
II 14 1 10 3
a a a a
4 12 8 16
17 f Ia 3 XI 9
10 18 1 14
23 6 l* 2 if