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Page 285 - Valuation of Landed Property; of the Soil, of Houses, of Woods, of Minerals, of Manorial Rights, of Royalties, and of Fee Farm Rents.
Page 283 - To which are added several Chapters on Agriculture and Landed Property, by Professor DONALDSON, Author of several works on Agriculture.
Page 60 - The hour angle of a heavenly body, is the angle at the pole between the celestial meridian and the circle of declination passing through the place of the body ; thus, zpx is the hour angle of x.
Page 54 - ... whirling motion of the earth about its axis, the parts near the equator, which have the greatest velocity, acquire thereby a greater distance from the centre than the parts near the poles. By actual measurement of a degree of latitude in different parts of the earth, it is found...
Page 290 - LATIN SERIES. 1. A New LATIN DELECTUS, Extracts from Classical Authors, with Vocabularies and Explanatory Notes . Is.
Page 289 - A SERIES OF VOLUMES CONTAINING THE PRINCIPAL GREEK AND LATIN AUTHORS, ACCOMPANIED BY EXPLANATORY NOTES IN ENGLISH, PRINCIPALLY SELECTED FROM THE BEST AND MOST RECENT GERMAN COMMENTATORS, AND...
Page 284 - XI.— COPYING MAPS. Including a description of the Pentagraph. Chap. XII.— -RAILWAY SURVEYING. 1. Exploration and Trial Levels ; Standing Orders — '2. Proceedings subsequent to the Passing of the Act; Tables for Setting out Curves; Tables for Setting out Slopes ; Tables of Relative Gradients ; Specification of Works to be executed in the Construction of a Railway ; Form of Tender. Chap. XIII.— COLONIAL SURVEYING. Chap. XIV.
Page 61 - The apparent solar day is the interval between two successive transits of the sun's centre over the same meridian.