A treatise of practical surveying, which is demonstrated from its first principles: wherein every thing that is useful and curious in that art, is fully considered and explained : particularly three new and very concise methods for determining the areas of right-lined figures, arithmetically or by calculation, as well as the geometrical ones heretofore treated of : the whole illustrated by Copper-plates
Printed and sold by Joseph & James Crukshank, 1803 - Technology & Engineering - 440 pages
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