Mechanick exercises: or, The doctrine of handy-works, applied to the arts of smithing, joinery, carpentry, turning, bricklaying, to which is added, Mechanick dyalling: shewing how to draw a true sun-dyal on any given plane, however scituated; only with the help of a straight ruler and a pair of compasses, and without any arithmetical calculation
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