Logic in the Long Nineteenth Century.
Most material in Net Advance Retro
antedates 1920. It may be obsolete or incorrect.
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The philosophy of Mr. B*rtr*nd R*ss*ll
by Philip Jourdain
[London: Allen & Unwin, 1918]
An attempt to write comically about cuttingedge
topics of the day in logic. Lewis Carroll did it better,
as Jourdain perhaps realised: the accompanying "notes"
are Carroll quotes, and provide a sort of philosophical
commentary on the Alice books in their own right.
According to I. GrattanGuinness, Russell himself
collaborated in the production of this book.
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Induction
by Augustus De Morgan (article in The Penny
Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful
Knowledge, Vol. XIV, p. 465 (1838). A more readable
modern typesetting may be found at
The De Morgan Journal 1, 1 (2011). This was
the first modern account of mathematical induction.)

First Notions of Logic (Preparatory to the Study of
Geometry)
by Augustus De Morgan
[London: Taylor and Walton, 1840]

The Mathematical Analysis of Logic, being an essay
towards a calculus of deductive reasoning
by George Boole
[Cambridge: Macmillan, Barclay, & Macmillan, 1847]

Formal Logic; or The Calculus of Inference, Necessary
and Probable
by Augustus De Morgan
[London: Taylor and Walton, 1847]

An Investigation of the Laws of Thought, on which are founded
the mathematical theories of logic and probabilities
by George Boole
[London: Walton and Maberly, 1854]

Syllabus of a Proposed System of Logic
by Augustus De Morgan
[London: Walton and Maberly, 1860]

The Logic of Sir William Hamilton, Bart.
reduced and prepared for use in schools by Henry N. Day
[Cincinnati: Moore, Wilstach, and Keys, 1863]

Mr. Mill's Theory of Geometrical Reasoning Mathematically Tested
by Wm. Robertson Smith
[Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 6, 477 (1869)]
Hostile critique of Mill's Logic from an intuitionist standpoint.