This is the title page of *The Doctrine of Permutations and Combinations, being an* *essential and fundamental part of the Doctrine of Chance,* compiled and published by Francis Maseres, in London in 1795. Maseres (1731 -- 1824) was a London solicitor and minor mathematician. In this book, he collects some of the writings of leading mathematicians of his time dealing with permutations and chance. Its contents include: an English language translation of the first three chapters of the second part of Jacob Bernoulli's *Ars Conjectandi;* Isaac Newton’s discussions of the binomial theorem and comments by John Wallis, Thomas Simpson, Charles Hutton, Nicholas Saunderson, Gottfried Leibniz and others.

Page 282 of the *Doctrine of Permutations* introduces the section by Wallis on counting techniques.

Page 283 of the *Doctrine of Permutations and Combinations* contains John Wallis’ discussion of techniques of counting.

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