The description and use of the carpenters-rule

Publication Date1666
Remaindertogether with the use of the line of numbers (inscribed thereon) in arithmatick and geometry. And the application thereof to the measuring of superficies and solids, gaging of vessels, military orders, interest and annuities: with tables of reduction, &c. To which is added, the use of a (portable) geometrical sun-dial, with a nocturnal on the backside, for the exact and ready finding the hour of the day and night: and other mathematical conclusions. Also of a universal-dial for the use of seamen or others. With the use of a sliding or glasiers-rule, and Mr. White's rule for solid measure. Collected and fitted to the meanest capacity by J. Browne
Extent[6], 248, [2] p., [2] folding plates
Publisherprinted by W[illiam]. G[odbid]. for William Fisher at the Postern-gate neer Tower-hill




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