Mesolabium architectonicum

Publication Date1639
Remainderthat is, a most rare, and singular instrument, for the easie, speedy, and most certaine measuring of plaines and solids by the foote: necessary to be knowne of all men whatsoever, who would not in this case be notably defrauded: inuented long since by Mr. Thomas Bedwell Esquire. And now published, and the use thereof declared by Wilhelm Bedwell, his nephew, Vicar of Tottenham
Extent[20] p., [2] leaves of plates
Publisherprinted by John Norton


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