Practical Measuring Made Easy to the Meanest Capacity: By a New Set of Tables ...

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J.F. and C. Rivington, 1777 - Measurement - 204 pages
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Page xxxi - Oaktree, which generally holds to be about a third part of the Value of the Body and Head ; and...
Page xxx - In measuring trees that have their bark on, for sale, it is common to make an allowance to the buyer, on account of the bark, thus; in oak...
Page lxiv - Book, CONSISTING OF The following authentic TABLES : I. The Value of any Looking-Glafs when finifhed, and fit for framing.
Page xxx - Inch muft be abated in a fourth Part of the Girt for the .ЙЙГ& ; but in ycuttg growing Timber, Half an Inch may be fufficient, as ever.y Practitioner will eafily judge.

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