The compleat ship-wright plainly and demonstratively teaching the proportion used by experienced ship-wrights, according to their custom of building, both geometrically and arithmetically performed : to which are added certain propositions in geometry, the use of a diagonall scale, to draw a draught, with the making, graduating, or marking of a bend of moulds, and ordering of the same : the extraction of the square root, with a table of squares : also, a way of rowing of ships, by heaving at the capstone, useful in any ship becalmed, with other things useful in that art /
|Main Author:||Bushnell, Edmund.|
|Corporate Authors:||Early English Books Online.|
Printed by R.W. for William Fisher ... [and 3 others],
|Edition:||The fourth edition.|
Early English books online.
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