Thesaurarium mathematicæ, or The treasury of mathematicks. :
Containing variety of usefull practices in arithmetick, geometry, trigonometry, astronomy, geography, navigation and surveying. As also the mensuration of board, glass, tiling, paving, timber, stone, and irregular solids. Likewise it teacheth the art of guaging, dialling, fortification, military-orders, and gunnery: explains the logarithms, sines, tangents and secants: sheweth their use in arithmetick, &c. To which is annexed a table of 10000 logarithms, log-sines and log-tangents. Illustrated with several mathematical sculptures on copper plates. By John Taylor, gent. Licensed, June 26. 1686. Rob. Midgley.
|Main Creator:||Taylor, John, 1666 or 7-1687.|
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London : printed by J[ohn]. H[eptinstall]. for W. Freeman at the Artichoke next St. Dunstan's Church in Fleetstreet, 1687.
Printer's name from internal title pages.
Frontis. portrait (pi1v) of the author signed: F.H. van Houe sculp:.
Each logarithm table with separate dated title page with date 1687.
Physical description: , 328, , 340-507,  p., VIII leaves of plates : ill., port. ; 8vo
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), T534
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|J 510 Tay / 1687||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Joly|