Timber-measure by a line of more ease, dispatch and exactness, then any other way now in use, by a double scale after the countrey-measure, by the length and quarter of the circumference in round timber, and by the length and side of the square in squared timber, and square equal in flat timber : as also stone-measure and gauging of vessels by the same near and exact way, likewise a diagonal scale of 100 parts in a quarter of an inch, very easie both to make and use /
|Main Author:||Coggeshall, Henry, 1623-1690.|
|Corporate Author:||Early English Books Online.|
Printed for the author and are to be sold by Robert Pricke ...,
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