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Geodaesia improved; or, a new and correct method of surveying made exceeding easy in two parts : part I. Teacheth to measure, divide, and delineate, any quantity of land both accessible and inaccessible, whether meadows, pasture, fields, woods, water, commons, forests, manors, &c. by the chain only, whose dimensions are cast up by the pen, and consequently freed from the errors of estimation that unavoidably attend the scale and protractor. With necessary directions to map elegantly : part II. Introduces instruments, trigonometry, preparative remarks on the earth's superficies; and teacheth the invaluable method of casting up the dimensions of instruments by the pen several ways, all agreeing, &c. &c. : with a most useful appendix concerning the practical methods of measuring timber, hay'marl pits, bricklayers and plasterers work... / A. Burn
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ImprintLondon : printed for T. Evans, 1775
DescriptionX, 353 S. : Ill. (5 Tafeln) ; 21 cm
Providing InstitutionETH-Bibliothek Zürich, Rar 2479
Persistent linkhttp://dx.doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-15887 
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