The practical surveyor, or The art of Land-Measuring made easy. Shewing by plain and familiar rules, how to survey any piece of land whatsoever, by the plain-table, theodolite, or circumserentor: or, by the chain only. And how to protract, castup, reduce and divide the same. Likewise, an easy method of protracting observations made with the meridian; and how to cast up the content of any plot of land, by reducing any multangular figure to one triangle. To which is added, an appendix. Shewing how to draw buildings, &c. in perspective: of levelling; and also how to measure standing timber. By Samuel Wyld.
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The practical surveyor, or The art of Land-Measuring made easy. Shewing by plain and familiar rules, how to survey any piece of land whatsoever, by the plain-table, theodolite, or circumserentor: or, by the chain only. And how to protract, castup, reduce and divide the same. Likewise, an easy method of protracting observations made with the meridian; and how to cast up the content of any plot of land, by reducing any multangular figure to one triangle. To which is added, an appendix. Shewing how to draw buildings, &c. in perspective: of levelling; and also how to measure standing timber. By Samuel Wyld.

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Wyld, Samuel
Corporate Author: Eighteenth Century Collections Online
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: London : Printed for W. Johnston, in Ludgate-Street, MDCCLX. [1760]
Edition:The fourth edition: corrected and enlarged by a careful hand; and illustrated with several Copper-Plates.
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Access:Online version
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