The carpenters rule made easie, or, The art of measuring superficies and solids, as timber, stone, boards, glass, and the like also an addition or second way, being the ground-work of measuring timber, stone, boards, and glass : with the table of multiplication or account, much enlarged, performing multiplications and division in arithmetick and geómetry by inspection into the golden rule and rule reverse : it being of excellent use for carpenters, joyners, masons, glasiers, painters, sawyers, or any others that have occasion to buy or sell, or make use of any such kind of measure for themselves, or others : perform'd by certain tables collected for that purpose /
|Main Author:||Darling, John, 17th cent.|
|Corporate Authors:||Early English Books Online.|
Printed for Tho. Sawbridge ... and John Jones ...,
|Edition:||The third edition|
Early English books online.
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