TRAVELS, POPULAR LECTURES, ASSORTED FRAGMENTS (MS 1561-1583)
These pages were collected for the purpose of fitting them into existent note-books. The hope persists that at least some of these pages will eventually be placed in the notebooks from which they were removed. Only 2 pp. are dated: These pages are "on what it means to say that a line is continuous." Other topics are the following: secundal and decimal system; probability; collection; existential graphs; telegraphic code; bibliographical notes; several pages which begin "I propose to devote this book to a record of Little Ideas."
Bibliography, Continuity, Decimal system, Graphs existential, Probability and Chance, Secundal system of enumeration, Telegraphy
TRAVELS, POPULAR LECTURES, ASSORTED FRAGMENTS
One page moved to MS. 1361.