The practical gauger

Publication Date1678
Remainderarithmetical 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 o 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
Extent[10], 12, 127, [5] p., [3] folding plates
Publisherprinted 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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