The practical gauger arithmetical and instrumental: by lines commonly put on four-foot rules; usually made for the use of the officers in the duty of excise. With the full application thereof in whatsoever may concern a gauger in his geometrical affairs, for all sorts of close or open vessels. With plain directions to extract the square and cube-root by arithmetick. And the line of proportion made more easie and familiar to any capacity, than hitherto hath been. By John Brown.
printed by J.D. for John Brown and Rob. Morden, and sold at the Sphere and Sun-Dial in the Minories, and Atlas in Cornhil,
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