A treatise on practical surveying;
demonstrated from its first principles where every thing that is useful and curious in that art is fully considered and explained; particularly, four new and very concise methods to determine the areas of right-lined figures, with two other new geometrical methods, much more accurate and expeditious than any ever before made public. Also, the method of tracing defaced mearings from the Down, or any other, survey; ... The whole illustrated with copper-plates.
By the late Robert Gibson, ...
|Main Creator:||Gibson, Robert, d. 1761?|
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Dublin printed by P. Wogan, 15, Lower Ormond-Quay 1810
|Edition:||The sixth edition improved|
Physical description: , 331,  p., plates 8vo
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