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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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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The work 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. represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Union Presbyterian Seminary Libraries. This resource is a combination of several types including: Work, Language Material, Books.
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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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 By Samuel Moore
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 Microform version available in the Readex Early American Imprints series.
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 1117
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 Evans
 Trumbull, J.H. Connecticut
 Rink, E. Technical Americana
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 non fiction
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