A complete system of land-surveying: both in theory and practice : containing the best, the most accurate, and commodious methods of surveying and planning of ground by all the instruments now in use ... : to which is added the new art of surveying by the plain table ... : to this work is annexed a true and correct table of the logarithms ...
Printed by T. Saint for W. Charnley and J. Murray in London, 1771 - Technology & Engineering - 593 pages
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