An accurate system of surveying; : in which is contained, I. Decimal fractions, in a plain, concise, and easy manner. II. The extraction of the squareroot. III. Plane trigonometry, rectangular and oblique. IV. An exact method to cast up the contents of lands. V. Field surveying. : The whole being performed without the use of scale and compasses, or a table of logarithms. In which is given, some account of the variation of the needle, and the causes of its attraction., By Samuel Moore
The Resource An accurate system of surveying; : in which is contained, I. Decimal fractions, in a plain, concise, and easy manner. II. The extraction of the squareroot. III. Plane trigonometry, rectangular and oblique. IV. An exact method to cast up the contents of lands. V. Field surveying. : The whole being performed without the use of scale and compasses, or a table of logarithms. In which is given, some account of the variation of the needle, and the causes of its attraction., By Samuel Moore
An accurate system of surveying; : in which is contained, I. Decimal fractions, in a plain, concise, and easy manner. II. The extraction of the squareroot. III. Plane trigonometry, rectangular and oblique. IV. An exact method to cast up the contents of lands. V. Field surveying. : The whole being performed without the use of scale and compasses, or a table of logarithms. In which is given, some account of the variation of the needle, and the causes of its attraction., By Samuel Moore
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 An accurate system of surveying; : in which is contained, I. Decimal fractions, in a plain, concise, and easy manner. II. The extraction of the squareroot. III. Plane trigonometry, rectangular and oblique. IV. An exact method to cast up the contents of lands. V. Field surveying. : The whole being performed without the use of scale and compasses, or a table of logarithms. In which is given, some account of the variation of the needle, and the causes of its attraction.
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 in which is contained, I. Decimal fractions, in a plain, concise, and easy manner. II. The extraction of the squareroot. III. Plane trigonometry, rectangular and oblique. IV. An exact method to cast up the contents of lands. V. Field surveying. : The whole being performed without the use of scale and compasses, or a table of logarithms. In which is given, some account of the variation of the needle, and the causes of its attraction.
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 Trumbull, J.H. Connecticut
 Rink, E. Technical Americana
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 An accurate system of surveying; : in which is contained, I. Decimal fractions, in a plain, concise, and easy manner. II. The extraction of the squareroot. III. Plane trigonometry, rectangular and oblique. IV. An exact method to cast up the contents of lands. V. Field surveying. : The whole being performed without the use of scale and compasses, or a table of logarithms. In which is given, some account of the variation of the needle, and the causes of its attraction., By Samuel Moore
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 Recommendations by David Brooks and three others, p. [xixii]
 "Errata."p. [xiv]
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 Error in paging: page numeral 64 repeated and numbering continued from there
 Recommendations by David Brooks and three others, p. [xixii]
 "Errata."p. [xiv]
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