Froggy Problem Register of Attributes

This is the Register of Attributes for Lewis Carroll's Froggy problem using the Dictionary given by Lewis Carroll.
I have followed the instructions given by Carroll in Book XII Chapter III as published by Bartley.

The Register of Attributes reveals that
there are four Retinends, these being E, a, b, d. Carroll requires the
Complete Conclusion which he explains (Book XIII Chapter I) means stating
"*all* the relations, among the Retinends only, which can be deduced from the Premisses."

A 12 6 20 |
B 12 18 |
E 3 9 11 |
a 3 15 |
b 18 |

c 5 7 11 14 20 |
d 2 17 |
e 19 17 |
h 2 13 15 |
k 3 10 13 17 |

l 4 15 |
m 5 10 2 8 |
n 4 11 18 20 7 13 16 |
r 7 14 1 20 |
s 16 18 1 7 11 |

t 6 10 16 20 |
v 8 10 4 15 |
w 16 19 9 |
z 5 8 19 |

We can now proceed to a solution using one of three methods:

- Carroll's method of trees
- Carroll's method of underlines and barred premisses, augmented by my own ideas
- A more traditional validation of the conclusion