A treatise of measures

Publication Date1682
Remainderby a two-foot rule, which slides to a foot: on which is, the best measure of round timber the common way. Also the true measure of round, square, or other regular timber, or stone, board, glass, paving, painting, wainscot, &c. gaging of vessels, whether ordinary cask, or great tuns. With a diagonal scale of 100 parts in a quarter of an inch, easie to make and use. By H.C. Gent
Extent[8], 75, [1] p.
Publisherprinted by A.G. and J.P. and are to be sold by Henry Wynn mathematical instrument-maker, next the Sugar Loaf in Chancery-Lane



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