## A treatise on mathematics, as applied to the contructive arts |

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Page 339 - Trigonometrical Surveying. AN OUTLINE OF THE METHOD OF CONDUCTING A TRIGONOMETRICAL SURVEY, for the Formation of Geographical and Topographical Maps and Plans, Military Reconnaissance, Levelling, &c., with the most useful Problems in Geodesy and Practical Astronomy.

Page 329 - Anglo-Saxon, Frisian, Flemish or Dutch, Low or Platt Dutch, High Dutch or German, Danish, Swedish, Icelandic, Latin, Italian, French, Spanish, and Portuguese Tongues. By HYDE CLARKE, DCL is.

Page 348 - THE ELEMENTARY PRINCIPLES OF CARPENTRY. A Treatise on the Pressure and Equilibrium of Timber Framing, the Resistance of Timber, and the Construction of Floors, Arches, Bridges, Roofs, Uniting Iron and Stone with Timber, &c. To which is added an Essay on the Nature and Properties of Timber...

Page 356 - Whether we consider the liberality and beauty of the illustrations, the charm of the writing, or the durable interest of the matter, we must express our belief that there is hardly to be found •among the new books one that would be welcomed by people of so many ages and classes as a valuable present."— Examiner.

Page 349 - Mr. Bale is evidently an expert on the subject, and he has collected so much information that his book is all-sufficient for builders and others engaged in the conversion of timber.

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Page 347 - Book adapted to the Use of Unprofessional People as well as for the Architectural Surveyor and Builder. By the late JAMES D. SIMON, ARIBA Edited and Revised by FRANCIS TW MILLER, Surveyor.

Page 345 - ARCHITECTURE, BUILDING, ETC. Construction. — • — THE SCIENCE of BUILDING : An Elementary Treatise on the Principles of Construction. By E. WYNDHAM TARN, MA, Architect.

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Page 323 - Illustrated. is 6d 7. ELECTRICITY; showing the General Principles of Electrical Science, and the purposes to which it has been applied. By Sir W. SNOW HARRIS, FRS, &c. With Additions by R. SABINE, CE, FSA is. 6d. 7*.