MATHEMATICS (MS 1-278)
Most of manuscript was published (4.170-226, except 187n1) but omitted were several illustrations (pp. 21-24; 34) and several proofs of theorems, among which are the following: That the collection of possible sets of units which can be taken from discrete collections is always greater than the collection of units (pp. 12-13), that the sum of an enumerable collection of enumerable multitudes is an enumerable multitude (pp. 29-32), and that there is a vast collection of indefinitely divident relations between the units of any denumerable collection (pp. 40-54).
Collections, denumerable Collections, enumerable Collections, Mathematics, Multitude
pp. 1-82, with rejected or alternative pages running brokenly from p. 7 to p. 71.
MATHEMATICS / THE SIMPLEST MATHEMATICS