Geodaesia hibernica: or an essay on practical surveying. Which contains the following useful improvements. I. Protraction without parallels, &c. II. A description of a new instrument, by which any gentleman, tho" unskill"d in surveying, may measure a map,or part of a map. III. Different methods for correcting surveys, and fitting them for calculation. IV. A new method and plan of calculation, proposed to practitioners, to give in return with their surveys. V. A new set of tables,...

by Benjamin Noble

Publisher: Printed for the author by Alex M"Culloh, in Henry-street, 1768. And sold by E. Spicer, ... Isaac Jackson, in Meath-street, and the author, in Ballinakil in Dublin

Written in English
Published: Pages: 108 Downloads: 980
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Subjects:

  • Surveying -- Early works to 1800.

Edition Notes

Other titlesAn essay on practical surveying., Tables of right-angled triangles.
StatementBy Benjamin Noble.
ContributionsMcCulloh, Alexander, fl. 1752-1799, printer., Jackson, Isaac, 1705-1772, bookseller., Spicer, E., mathematical instrument maker, "bookseller"., Noble, Benjamin, publisher., Noble, Benjamin, "bookseller"., Henry, Joseph, 18th cent., dedicatee.
The Physical Object
Pagination108, 47, [1]p., [2] folded leaves of plates :
Number of Pages108
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20417746M

Geodaesia hibernica: or an essay on practical surveying. Which contains the following useful improvements. I. Protraction without parallels, &c. II. A description of a new instrument, by which any gentleman, tho" unskill"d in surveying, may measure a map,or part of a map. III. Different methods for correcting surveys, and fitting them for calculation. IV. A new method and plan of calculation, proposed to practitioners, to give in return with their surveys. V. A new set of tables,... by Benjamin Noble Download PDF EPUB FB2