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The complete measure: or, The whole art of measuring. : In two parts. Part I. Teaching decimal arithmetic, with the extraction of the square and cube roots. Also the multiplication of feet and inches, commonly called cross multiplication. Part II. Teaching to measure all sorts of superficies and solids, by decimals, by cross multiplication, and by scale and compasses: also, the works of several artificers relating to building, and the measuring of board and timber, shewing the common errors, and some practical questions. Thirteenth edition, to which is added an appendix. I. Of gaging. 2. Of land-measuring. Very useful for all tradesmen, especially carpenters,, bricklayers, plasterers, painters, joiners, glaziers, masons, &c. By William Hawney, Philomath. Recommended by the Rev. Dr. John Harris, F.R.S
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The complete measure: or, The whole art of measuring. : In two parts. Part I. Teaching decimal arithmetic, with the extraction of the square and cube roots. Also the multiplication of feet and inches, commonly called cross multiplication. Part II. Teaching to measure all sorts of superficies and solids, by decimals, by cross multiplication, and by scale and compasses: also, the works of several artificers relating to building, and the measuring of board and timber, shewing the common errors, and some practical questions. Thirteenth edition, to which is added an appendix. I. Of gaging. 2. Of land-measuring. Very useful for all tradesmen, especially carpenters,, bricklayers, plasterers, painters, joiners, glaziers, masons, &c. By William Hawney, Philomath. Recommended by the Rev. Dr. John Harris, F.R.S
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**The complete measure: or, The whole art of measuring. : In two parts. Part I. Teaching decimal arithmetic, with the extraction of the square and cube roots. Also the multiplication of feet and inches, commonly called cross multiplication. Part II. Teaching to measure all sorts of superficies and solids, by decimals, by cross multiplication, and by scale and compasses: also, the works of several artificers relating to building, and the measuring of board and timber, shewing the common errors, and some practical questions. Thirteenth edition, to which is added an appendix. I. Of gaging. 2. Of land-measuring. Very useful for all tradesmen, especially carpenters,, bricklayers, plasterers, painters, joiners, glaziers, masons, &c. By William Hawney, Philomath. Recommended by the Rev. Dr. John Harris, F.R.S**represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in**University of Missouri-Kansas City Libraries**. This resource is a combination of several types including: Work, Language Material, Books.- Label
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- In two parts. Part I. Teaching decimal arithmetic, with the extraction of the square and cube roots. Also the multiplication of feet and inches, commonly called cross multiplication. Part II. Teaching to measure all sorts of superficies and solids, by decimals, by cross multiplication, and by scale and compasses: also, the works of several artificers relating to building, and the measuring of board and timber, shewing the common errors, and some practical questions. Thirteenth edition, to which is added an appendix. I. Of gaging. 2. Of land-measuring. Very useful for all tradesmen, especially carpenters,, bricklayers, plasterers, painters, joiners, glaziers, masons, &c. By William Hawney, Philomath. Recommended by the Rev. Dr. John Harris, F.R.S

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