This is the title page for Inductive Geometry (1834), a textbook by Charles Bonnycastle, identified here as a "professor of mathematics, and formerly of natural philosophy, in the University of Virginia." Published in Charlottesville and Philadelphia, the book was "Designed for the use of the Students of the University."
Inductive Geometry; or, An Analysis of the Relations of Form and Magnitude, Commencing with the Elementary Ideas Derived Through the Senses, and Proceeding by a Train of Inductive Reasoning to Develope the Present State of the Science. QA453 .B65 1834. Special Collections, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.