Geodaesia: or, The art of surveying, and measuring land made easy. Shewing by plain and practical rules, to survey, protract, cast up, reduce or divide any piece of land whatsoever; with new tables for the ease of the surveyor in reducing the measure of land, : moreover a more facile and sure way of surveying by the chain, than has hitherto been taught. : As also to lay out new lands in America, or elsewhere: and how to make a perfect map of a river's mouth or harbour; with several other things never before published in our language. /
Printed and sold by Samuel Campbell, no 37, Hanover Square.,
|Edition:||The twelfth edition, adapted to American surveyors.|
|Series:||Early American imprints.
no. 25731. |
|Access:||Evans Digital Edition|
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|Item Description:||"A table of the northing or southing, easting or westing, of every degree from the meridian, to the number of chains run upon any degree."--p. [190-205].|
"The use of the foregoing table."--p. 1-3, 4th count
"A table of sines and tangents to every fifth minute of the quadrant."--  p., 5th count.
"A table of logarithm numbers."--p. [25-35], 5th count.
"An appendix, shewing farther how to survey by the chain only: with an useful table to that purpose."-- 7,  p. at end.
|Physical Description:||, 10-189, , 3, , 7,  p. : ill. ; 21 cm. (8vo)|
|Access:||Electronic access restricted to Villanova University patrons.|
|Place of Publication:||United States -- New York -- New York.|