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 Circumferentor: or, by the Chain only. And how to Protract, Cast up, 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.
printed for T. Caslon, Stationers-Court; G. Robinson, J. Bew, and R. Baldwin, Pater-Noster Row,
|Edition:||The seventh edition. Corrected and enlarged by a careful hand, and illustrated with several copper-plates.|
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