The faithful surveyor teaching how to measure all manner of ground exactly, by the chain onely: also, thereby to take distances of a mile space, and the situation of any building. Shewing likewise the making and use of a new instrument, called a pandoron; which supplies the use of the plain-table, theodelite, quadrant, quadrat, circumferentor, and any other observing instrument. As also divers secrets for conveying and clensing of water, flowing and draining of grounds, quenching houses on fire, &c. With an appendix unfolding errours in board and timber-measure: with directions for making a carpenters rule. By George Atwell late teacher of the mathematicks in Cambridge.
sold by Ralph Needham at the Bell in Little Britain,
|Series:||Early English books online.
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|Item Description:||An edition of Atwell, George "The faithfull surveyour" (Wing A4163).|
Reproduction of original in the British Library, London, England.
|Physical Description:||, 143,  p. : ill., tables, diagrams|