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- 501 Portuguese verbs : fully conjugated in all the tenses, in a new easy-to-learn format, alphabetically arranged
- 501 Spanish verbs : fully conjugated in all the tenses in a new, easy-to-learn format, alphabetically arranged
- 501 Spanish verbs : fully conjugated in all the tenses in an alphabetically arranged, easy-to-learn format
- A Book of the United States : exhibiting its geography, divisions, constitution and government, institutions, agriculture, commerce, manufactures, religion, education, population, natural curiosities, railroads, canals, public buildings, manners and customs, fine arts, antiquities, literature, mineralogy, botany, geology, natural history, productions ... : and presenting a view of the republic generally, and of the individual states : together with a condensed history of the land from its first discovery to the present time, the biography of about three hundred of the leading men, a description of the principal cities and towns : with statistical tables, relating to the religion, commerce, manufactures and various other topics
- A Caveat for the borower, or, A Perfect table of usurie : shewing how much the principall summe, with the interest, and interest vpon interest, from one pound to a thousand, amounteth vnto yearely for twentie one yeares, after the rate of ten in the hundred
- A Companion for the counting house, or Duties payable on goods imported into America : together with the tonnage on vessels, coins of the United States, fees and mode of transacting business at the respective offices
- A Compleat pocket-book : containing tables of interest, after the rate of three, four and a half, five, six, seven and eight pounds per cent. per annum, from one thousand pounds to one shilling, from one day for any summ or time to the thousand part of a penny : exactly computed, for the use of the Bank of England and also for any person that hath bills or tallies to discompt
- A Correct table to bring old tenor into lawful money : at the rate of dollars, at six shillings per piece, from one penny to twenty shillings old tenor ; which may serve as a supplement to the table already published by Rogers and Fowle, and be further useful to shop-keepers in new marking the prizes [sic] of their goods
- A Correct table, shewing the net amount of funded 6 per cent. stock of the United States, after payments are made for each quarterly dividend, from the 1st of January, 1796, to the 1st of January, 1819, when that debt will be extinguished, according to law. : Copy-right secured according to law
- A Generall bill for this present yeere, ending the 16 of December 1630
- A New sett of interest tables, for the use of such persons as would be accurate in their computations : To which is added, the method of their construction, and of applying decimal fractions to English money
- A Table for receiving and paying the gold coins of Great Britain and Portugal, of their present standard, according to the act of Congress, regulating foreign coins.-- : Passed the 9th February, 1793
- A Table for the ready turning any old tenor sum into lawful money, at the rate of 6s. per peice [sic] of eight : In four parts. ... : To which is added several other useful tables
- A Table for the ready turning any old tenor sum, into lawful money, at the rate of 6s. per piece of eight : In four parts. ... : To which is added a table to know the value of pistoles, guineas, moidores, 36s. pieces, &c. &c
- A Table of simple interest at 6 per cent. : for any sum, from one day to a year, calculated to a farthing. Haverhill, July 10, 1765
- A Table of the severall scantlings & sorts of tymber that shall bee vsed in ye future buildings of all edifices within the citty of London and liberties thereof : agreed upon by the lord maior, aldermen, & com̃ons of the said citty in com̃on councell assembled as a rule for those that are to build, and a direction for those that are minded to furnish tymber for that service
- A Table of the value of the following lawful money bills, in old tenor : at twenty-three and one third for one, interest included, from six to sixty months
- A Table shewing the value of any number of dollars from 1 to 10,000, at seven shillings and six-pence each
- A Table shewing the value of old tenor bills, in lawful money, to the 15th part of a farthing, from one penny to £10,000. : a table of the value of silver in troy & averd. weight. A table for computing the principal & interest of bonds for 20 years, according to the past and present price of silver, with an example. A table for the ready counting of dollars. With the law of the province stating the value of the coins, &c
- A Table to bring old tenor into lawful money, from six pence to ten thousand pounds. : To which is added, a table shewing the value and weight of gold and silver coin, &c. as stated by an act of the General Assembly of the colony of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations, passed at a session held at Newport, on the second Monday of June, 1763, and now in force ..
- A Table, calculated to shew the contents (in feet and twelfth parts of a foot) of any sled load or cart load of wood, having the length given in feet, and the heighth and width in feet and inches
- A Table, shewing how provisions ought to be sold when the dollars pass for six shillings a-piece, as they must do, according to the act of the General Court
- A book containing tables; : for finding out the exchange of money and annualrents [sic] for days, months and years. With a further description of the various uses of the saids [sic] tables.
- A calculation of foreign exchanges : as transacted on the Royal Exchange of London: or, tables, shewing at once, or by a few additions, any sum of English money reduced into foreign species, and likewise any Sum of Foreign Species reduced into English Money, by Way of Exchange, at the several Prices, as from Time to Time the Exchange may Rise or Fall. By Edward Oldenburgh, merchant. The third edition. Calculated for the present Course of Exchange ; with some New Tables. With several additions prefixed to each particular Table, shewing how Books and Accounts are kept at each Place ; and likewise in what Money Exchanges are usually drawn, Real as well as Imaginary ; with the Method how to make the Operation, by The Rule of Three, in the plainest and most concise Manner. By the same Hand
- A canon of triangles: or A table of artificiall sines, tangents, and secants, : drawne from the logarithmes of the lord of Merchistone. : Whereby all sphericall triangles are most easily resolued by addition and subraction onely.
- A canon of triangles: or, The tables, of sines, tangents, and secants, the radius asumed to be 100000
- A canon of triangles: or, The tables, of sines, tangents, and secants, the radius asumed to be 100000
- A chorologicall discourse of the vvell ordering, disposing, and gouerning of an honorable estate or reuennue : Briefely describing the duties of diuers officers therein to be imployed: for the better preseruing, improuing and augmenting of the same. Together with certaine briefe and necessary tables for the valuation of leases, annuities, and purchases, either in present or in reuersion. Written by T. C. Gent
- A chorologicall discourse of the well ordering, disposing and gouerning of an honorable estate or reuennue : briefly describing the duties of diuers officers therein to be imployed: for the better preseruing, improuing, and augmenting of the same. Together with certaine briefe and necessarie tables for the valuation of leases, annuities, and purchases, either in present or in reuersion. Written by Tho: Clay Gent
- A chronological table of the mayors of Lynn Regis : from the Reign of Henry III. 1268, down to the 12th of George III. 1772
- A collection of centers and useful proportions on the line of numbers
- A collection of tables. : I.A table shewing the value of any number of pounds, shillings and pence in dollars and cents, from one cent to ten thousand dollars. II. A table of the weight and value of coins as they now pass in the respective states of the union, with their sterling and federal value. III. A table of the money of the United States. IV. Tables of interest at six and seven per cent. per annum. : With several other useful tables.
- A collection of tables. : I.A table shewing the value of any number of pounds, shillings and pence in dollars and cents, from one cent to ten thousand dollars. II. A table of the weight and value of coins as they now pass in the respective states of the union, with their sterling and federal value. III. A table of the money of the United States. IV. Tables of interest at six and seven per cent. per annum. : With several other useful tables.
- A collection of technical formulae
- A compendious system of practical surveying, and dividing of land : concisely defined, methodically arranged, and fully exemplified. : The whole adapted for the easy and regular instruction of youth, in our American schools.
- A compendious system of practical surveying, and dividing of land : concisely defined, methodically arranged, and fully exemplified. The whole adapted for the easy and regular instruction of youth, in our American schools. Compiled by Zachariah Jess, schoolmaster in Wilmington. Copy right secured according to law
- A compendious table : or, the cotton-manufacturer's useful assistant, in buying or selling all sorts of cotton-yarn ; shewing, at one view, the length of one pound ... By Joseph Stopford. ..
- A compendium of simple arithmetic : in which the first rules of that pleasing science are made familiar to the capacities of youth
- A compendium of surveying ; or The surveyors pocket companion. : Shewing, by a small table, how to work trigonometry, without the help of the logarithms, sines, tangents or secants ; -- likewise by the same table, a short easy way to find the area of a triangle, by having the two sides and the included angle given ; and to ascertain the true content of any piece or tract of land either by taking the field notes in one corner or angle of the same, or in or near the middle of the field ; or having the course and distance of the out-boundary ; and much truer than any one can do by plotting. : To which is added, how to find the quantity of the angles, and then to prove the field notes, whether they were taken true in the field or not.
- A compleat system of astronomy : In two volumes. Containing the description and use of the sector ; the laws of spheric geometry ; ... Also new tables of the motions of the planets ... By Charles Leadbetter, teacher of the mathematicks
- A complete system of astronomy : by the Rev. S. Vince, A.M. F.R.S. Plumian Professor of Astronomy and Experimental Philosophy in the University of Cambridge. ..
- A complete treatise of practical navigation demonstrated from it's first principles : with all the necessary tables. To which are added the useful theorems of mensuration, surveying ... By Archibald Patoun ..
- A complete treatise of practical navigation, demonstrated from it's first principles : with all the necessary tables. To which are added the useful theorems of mensuration, surveying, and gauging ; With their Application to Practice. By Archibald Patoun, F.R.S
- A correct tide table, shewing the true time of the high-waters at London-Bridg, to every day in the year, 1683
- A correct tide table, shewing the true time of the high-waters at London-Bridg, to every day in the year, 1683 by J. Flamsteed ..
- A correct tide table, shewing the true time of the high-waters at London-Bridg, to every day in the year, 1684
- A correct tide table, shewing the true time of the high-waters at London-Bridg, to every day in the year, 1684 by J.F. M.R.
- A definition of terms, and tables of specific attraction ; as used in courses of general chemistry ; given by J. Warltire, lecturer upon experimental philosophy and chemistry
- A description of the admirable table oe [sic] logarithmes : with a declaration of the most plentiful, easy, and speedy vse thereof in both kindes of trigonometrie, as also in all mathematicall calculations
- A description of the admirable table of logarithmes : with a declaration of the most plentifull, easie, and speedy vse thereof in both kinds of trigonometry, as also in all mathematicall calculations. Inuented and published in Latine by that honourable Lord Iohn Nepair, Baron of Marchiston, and translated into English by the late learned and famous mathematician, Edward Wright. With an addition of the instrumentall table to finde the part proportionall, intended by the translator, and described in the end of the booke by Henrie Brigs geometry-reader at Gresham-house in London. All perused and approued by the authour, and published since the death of the translator. Whereunto is added new rules for the ease of the student
- A diary of the weather, during the year 1786 : accurately observed by a gardener, twenty miles east from London
- A directory to nuclear data tabulations
- A full and perfect account of the sizes and lengths of riggins for all His Majesties ships and frigats : as also, proportions of boat-swains, and carpenters, stores of all kinds for eight months sea-service, on the coast of England. Also a particular list of those ships, whose names have been changed since His Majesties blessed return. With an index, discovering each particular, as it was presented to His Royal Highness, the Duke of York. By E.H. Esq; As also directions to all merchants, ship-carpenters, and others, in the building, furnishing, and fitting out greater or lesser vessels, according to their severall proportions. Published for the benefit of this kingdome
- A general bill of all the christnings and burials, from the 16. of December, 1684. to the 15. of December, 1685. According to the report made to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty: by the Company of Parish-Clerks of London, &c
- A general table of all the statutes : from Magna Charta, Down to the Year 1715, in Alphabetical Order: Shewing In the Reigns of what Kings, and the Years of their Reigns, the said Statutes have been from Time to Time made and passed into Laws
- A generall bill for this present year, ending the 19 of December 1665. according to the report made to the Kings most excellent Majesty : By the Company of Parish Clerks of London, &c
- A geographical view of all the post towns in the United states of America and their distances from each other according to the establishment of the Postmaster General.
- A guide to mathematical tables
- A help to calculation, or, Two tables : the one of decimal numbers and the other of their logarithmes for the ready converting of sexagenary tables into decimal and the contrary ... : as also tables of declination, right and oblique ascensions, ascensional difference, and other tables of the primum mobile for the speedy and exact effecting of a figure ..
- A list of the governors and contributors to the hospital : near Hyde-Park-Corner, The Third of April, 1734
- A mathematical compendium; or, Useful practices in arithmetick, geometry, and astronomy, geography and navigation, embattelling, and quartering of armies, fortification and gunnery, gauging and dyalling : Explaining the logarithms, with new indices; Nepair's rods or bones; making of movements, and the application of pendulums: with the projection of the sphere for an universal dyal, &c. Collected out of the notes and papers of Sir Jonas Moore. By Nicholas Stephenson
- A meditation meete for a Christian every day: or an epitome of promises for the saints svpport in time of trovble
- A meditation meete for a Christian every day: or an epitome of promises for the saints svpport in time of trovble
- A modern universal table, : the most copious and authentick that was ever published, of the present state of the real and imaginary monies of the world: divided into four parts, viz. Europe, Asia, Africa, and America; ..
- A more exact way to delineate the plot of any spacious parcel of land : as baronies, parishes, and town-lands, as also of rivers, harbours and loughs, &c. than is as yet in practice : also a method or form of keeping the field-book, and how to cast up the superficial content of a plot most exactly
- A nevv booke of gauging : Very usefull and necessary for all vintners, salters, bruers, coopers, and all others that deale in liquid commodities, in all cities, and townes through-out the whole kingdome. Whereby any one that can but adde and subtract may (by a ruler of foure foote long, having one side divided into inches, and each inch divided into ten parts) very easily and exactly gauge any wine, oile, ale or beere vessell, according to that taught by that famous geometrician of worthie memorie, M. Henry Briggs in his treatise of Arithmetica logarithmica. By Henry Bond, practitioner in the mathematicks, and reader of navigation to the mariners of the Kings Maiesties Navy at Chattam
- A new and accurate description of all the direct and principal cross roads in England and Wales : Containing, I. An Alphabetical List of all the Cities, Towns, and remarkable Villages; with their Market-Days, and Counties they are situated in. II. The Direct Roads from London to all the Cities, Borough, Market, and Sea-Port Towns; shewing the Distance from each City, Town, or Village, to the next on the same Road; with their Distance from London, and an Account of the remarkable Seats that are near the Road. III. The Cross Roads of England and Wales. IV. The Circuits of the Judges in England. V. An Index to the Country Seats. The Whole on a Plan entirely new, and far preferable to any Work of the Kind extant. By Daniel Paterson, Assistant to the Quarter-Master-General of His Majesty's Forces
- A new interest pocket-book : containing tables of simple interest, at The Rates of 3, 4 1/2, 5, 6, 7, and 8 l. per Cent. per Annum, from one Thousand Pounds to one Shilling for one Day, &c. Exactly Computed to the Thousandth Part of a penny. Also tables of compound interest, at The Rates of 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 l. per Cent. per Ann. for 32 Years. Resolving the Cases of Interest and Annuities. By Thomas Lydal, one of the Accomptants to the Honourable Commissioners of Her Majesty's Revenue of Excise
- A perfect and most usefull table to compute the year of our Lord : with the several years of the Kings reigns, beginning with Henry the eight, which is 150 years since, whereby the true date of any deed since that time may presently be found out with much facility, and undoubted certainty. Also, to know the county dayes for each county in England for this year, and which hereby may be known for ever, because they are and must be constantly kept that day month in each county, London onely excepted, as underneath appears
- A plain and easy proportion book, for Tinners. : Shewing the difference betwixt black tin, and white tin. By Thomas Curtice, Of the Parish of Breage, In the County of Cornwall
- A plaine and perfect tvvo-fold table readily shewing the interest of monyes, after the rate of 10 or 8 l. for thevse [sic] of 100 l. for a yeere : most necessary aswell [sic] for the borrower as the lender
- A practical treatise on segmental and elliptical oblique or skew arches : setting forth the principles and details of construction in clear and simple terms
- A president for purchasers, sellers and mortgagers, or, Anatocisme (commonly called compound interest) made easie, without arithmetical calculation : by a table ready computed, by which may be known the real worth of any annuity, rent or pension, either in present possession or in reversion (to be paid annually) at six pounds in the
- A reanalysis of the original test data for the Taylor standard series
- A regiment for the sea : Containing very necessarie matters for all sorts of men and trauailers: Whereunto is added an hydrographicall discourse touching the fiue seuerall passages into Cattay: written by William Borne. Corrected and amended by Thomas Hood, D. in Physicke, who hath added a new regiment and a table of declination vvith the mariners guide, and a perfect sea card thereunto belonging
- A regiment for the sea : Contayning very necessarie matters for all sorts of men and trauailers: : whereunto is added an hydrographicall discourse touching the fiue seuerall passages into Cattay.
- A regiment for the sea : containing verie necessarie matters for all sorts of men and trauailers; whereunto is added an hydrographicall discourse touching the fiue seuerall passages to Cattay; written by William Borne
- A regiment for the sea : containing verie necessarie matters for all sorts of men and trauailers; wherevnto is added an hydrographicall discourse touching the fiue seuerall passages to Cattay, written by William Borne
- A regiment for the sea : containing very necessarie matters for all sorts of sea-men and trauailers, as masters of ships, pilots, marriners [and] marchants. Newly corrected and amended by the author. Where-vnto is added a hydrographicall discourse to goe vnto Cattay, fiue seuerall wayes: written by William Bourne
- A regiment for the sea : containing very necessary matters for all sorts of men and trauailers: whereunto is added an hydrographicall discourse, touching the fiue seuerall passages into Cattay. Written by William Borne. Whereunto is added a new regiment, a table of declination, the mariners guide, with a perfect sea card thereunto belonging, by Thomas Hood, D. in Physicke
- A regiment for the sea : containing very necessary matters for all sorts of men and travailers: whereunto is added an hydrographicall discourse, touching the fiue severall passages into Cattay. Written by William Borne. Whereunto is added a new regiment, a table of declination, the Mariners Guide, with a perfect Sea Card thereto belonging, by Thomas Hood D. In Phisicke
- A regiment for the sea : conteining very necessary matters, for all sorts of sea-men and trauailers, as masters of ships, pilots, mariners & marchaunts. Newly corrected and amended by the author. Where-vnto is added a hidrographicall discourse to goe vnto Cattay, fiue seuerall wayes Written by VVilliam Bourne
- A regiment for the sea : conteyning most profitable rules, mathematical experiences, and perfect knovvledge of nauigation, for all coastes and countreys: most needefull and necessarie for all seafaring men and trauellers, as pilotes, mariners, marchants. [et] c. Exactly deuised and made by VVilliam Bourne
- A regiment for the sea : conteynyng most profitable rules, mathematical experiences, and perfect knowledge of nauigation, for all coastes and countreys: most needful and necessary for al seafaryng men and trauellers, as pilotes, mariners, marchaunts. &c. Exactly deuised and made, by William Bourne
- A regiment for the sea Containing very necessarie matters for all sorts of men and trauailers: Whereunto is added an hydrographicall discourse touching the fiue seuerall passages into Cattay: written
- A regiment for the sea, and other writings on navigation
- A regular and easie table of natural contractions by the persons, moods, and tenses; : each character made from the alphabet, & vowels places, the like never done by any other hand.
- A regular and easie table of natural contractions by the persons, moods, and tenses; each character made from the alphabet, & vowels places, the like never done by any other hand. / Composed by Wm. Ma
- A seaman's assistant : shewing how to correct the latitude computed from dead reckonings, and to ascertain the time of the day, and the variations of the compass, by a single altitude. By John Syeds, Patentee of the Improved Quadrant with an Artificial Horizon
- A selection of graphs for use in calculations of compressible airflow
- A statistical manual for chemists
- A statistical manual for chemists
- A survey of European astronomical tables in the late Middle Ages
- A synopsis of mineralogy
- A system of exchange with almost all parts of the world. : To which is added, The India directory, for purchasing the drugs and spices of the East-Indies, &c. : Published for the editors
- A table from the beginning of the world to this day : Wherein is declared in what yeere of the world every thing was done, both in the Scriptures mentioned, and also in prophane matters. Written by that worthy member of the church of God, M. Iohn More preacher at Norwich. Seene and allowed by publike authoritie
- A table of discount to be allow'd on the present lottery for £1500,000 computed for Tuesday, March 13th, 1710. Being 200 days to the 29th of September, 1711
- A table of interest, as allowed by law to be taken by pawnbrokers, for money lent on goods. By a gentleman in the law
- A table of interest, at 3 1/2d. per cent. per diem, shewing, at one view, the interest on any sum, from £100 to £5,000, and from 1 to 365 days, in regular progression. By Henry Moule, of the Stock Exchange
- A table of logarithm numbers : from one to ten thousand: Whereby the Logarithm of any Number Under Four Hundred Thousand may be readily discovered
- A table of logarithms, for numbers increasing in their natural order, from an unit to 10000 : With a table of artificial sines, tangents and secants, the radius 10,000000. Carefully corrected by Sam. Heynes, Late Reader of Mathematicks to His Majesty's Engineers
- A table of logarithms, for numbers increasing in their natural order, from an unit to 10000. : With a table of artificial sines, tangents and secants, the radins 10,000000
- A table of proportional logarithms ; to be used with the astronomical and nautical ephemeris
- A table of the assize of bread : in pounds, ounces, and drams, averdupois weight. Explanation: in the first and last columns is the price of the bushel of wheat ..
- A table of the first year's interest to be paid on monies which have been placed in the several Continental loan-offices, between the 1st of June and 1st of December 1778 ..
- A table of the gold coins of the kings of England. : By B.W. Esq ; a member of the Society of Antiquaries, London 1733
- A table of the suns true place, right-ascension, and declination, for the present and next ensuing times : made according to many exact observations of the sunne, taken in severall years last past in the Somer Islands, in the latitude of 32 deg. 20 min., finding the suns greatest declination not to exceed 23 de. 30 m.
- A table of the value of bullion (in standart silver) : according to the several deniers and grains of finess, and the ordinary denominations of weights, by which merchants and others may know what weight of coyned money of standart fineness they are to get out, when their bulzeon given in to th mint doth arise above, or fall below the standart fineness, which is 11 deniers 2 grains
- A table of the value of bullion in Scots money, : according to the several deniers and grains of finess, and the ordinary denominations of weights, by which merchants and others may know what coyned money they are to get out, when their bulzeon doth arise above, or fall below the standart
- A table of the weight and value of coined silver and gold, and English half-pence and farthings : as established by an act of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. : (Passed October 23d, 1784.)
- A table shewing the distances betweene all the cities and shire townes of England, that are comprehended in the same
- A table shewing the distances betweene all the cities and shire townes of England, that are comprehended in the same inuented and performed by Iohn Norden
- A table shewing, at all the variations of exchange therein express'd what profit arises to the exporter of our gold species, by leaving our gold in Holland, and taking bills of exchange for it, on London
- A table to bring old tenor into lawful money : at twenty-three and one third for one, from six pence to ten thousand pounds. : To which is added, a table shewing the value and weight of gold and silver coins, &c. as stated by a law of the colony of Rhode-Island, &c. made and passed at a session of the General Assembly of said colony, held at Newport, the second Monday in June, 1763
- A table to know what a hundred waight commeth to from a farthing the pound, to 2'-6d the pound
- A treatise of practical surveying : which is demonstrated from its first principles. Wherein every thing that is useful and curious in that art, is fully considered and explained. Particularly three new and very concise methods for determining the areas of right-lined figures arithmetically, or by calculation, as well as the geometrical ones heretofore treated of. : The whole illustrated with copper-plates.
- A treatise of practical surveying : which is demonstrated from its first principles. Wherein every thing that is useful and curious in that art, is fully considered and explained. Particularly three new and very concise methods for determining the areas of right-lined figures arithmetically, or by calculation, as well as the geometrical ones heretofore treated of. : The whole illustrated with copper-plates.
- A treatise of practical surveying : which is demonstrated from its first principles. Wherein every thing that is useful and curious in that art, is fully considered and explained. Particularly three new and very concise methods for determining the arreas [sic] of right-lined figures arithmetically, or by calculation, as well as the geometrical ones heretofore treated of. : The whole illustrated with copper-plates.
- A triangular canon logarithmical : or, a table of artificial sines and tangents, To every Degree and Minute of the Quadrant. The Common Radius being 10.0000000. With a table of logarithms, From an unit to 10000
- A true copy of the ordinance made in the time of king Henry the .vi. to be obserued in ye kinges escheker, by the offycers and clerkes there for takynge of fees of the kynges accomptauntes
- A true copy of the ordinance made in the time of king Henry the .vi. to be obserued in ye kinges escheker, by the offycers and clerkes there for takynge of fees of the kynges accomptauntes
- A valuable assistant to every man: or, The American clerk's magazine : Containing the most useful and necessary forms of writings, which commonly occur between man and man ... By Samuel Freeman, Esq; author of the Town officer, and Probate auxiliary. Published according t act of Congress
- A valuable assistant to every man: or, The American clerk's magazine : Containing the most useful and necessary forms of writings, which commonly occur between man and man ... By Samuel Freeman, Esq; compiler of the Town officer, Probate auxiliary, and Massachusetts justice. Published according to act of Congress
- A valuable assistant to every man: or, The American clerk's magazine. : Containing the most useful and necessary forms of writings, which commonly occur between man and man ...
- A valuable assistant to every man: or, The American clerk's magazine. : Containing the most useful and necessary forms of writings, which commonly occur between man and man ...
- A valuable assistant to every man: or, The American clerk's magazine. : Containing the most useful and necessary forms of writings, which commonly occur between man and man ...
- ASME international steam tables for industrial use : based on the IAPWS Industrial Formulation 1997 for the Thermodynamic Properties of Water and Steam (IAPWS-IF97)
- ASME steam tables : properties of saturated and superheated steam in U.S. customary and SI units from the IAPWS-IF97 International Standard for Industrial Use, Compact edition
- ASTM viscosity tables for kinematic viscosity conversions and viscosity index calculations
- Accompts of merchandise ready computed : As also tables for the speedy measuring of timber, boord, glasse and land, resolving any question in division or rules of fellowship, and for buying or selling by the hundred weight.
- Accompts of merchandize ready computed : With tables for the easie and speedy measuring of timber, boards, glass, and land: resolving any question in buying and selling, by the pound or hundreds. With the manner of making a square battalion of any number of men from 100 to 40000. Foreign coins and measures brought to our own, all per[f]orm'd at sight.
- Actuarial tables with explanatory notes for use in personal injury and fatal accident cases
- Actuarial tables with explanatory notes for use in personal injury and fatal accident cases
- Advice concerning bils of exchange : wherein is set forth the nature of exchange of monies, the several kinds of exchange in different countries, divers cases propounded and resolved, objections answered, &c. : With two exact tables of old and new stile.
- Air tables: tables of the compressible flow functions for one-dimensional flow of a perfect gas and of real air
- Algorithms for modular elliptic curves
- An Account of the distances from the city of Philadelphia, of all the places of note within the improved part of the province of Pennsylvania. : Note. The distances are not to be understood in a right line, but as the road is laid out from one place to another ; for instance, from Shippensbourg to Rays-Town measures sixty-one miles along the road ; whereas the nearest distance of these places is but fifty miles
- An Ephemeris or diary : shewing the interest and rebate of money at 6 percentum, according unto simple and compound interest, for every day in the year : together with other tables shewing the increase and rebate of money and annuities by years, halfs and quarters at the aforesaid rate in pounds and decimal parts of a pound according to compound interest
- An Exact table to bring old tenor into lawful money. : Also a table to know the value of pistoles, guineas, johannes, and double johannes, moydores, English crowns, half crowns, shillings, and copper half pence, at the rate of dollars at six shillings a piece, at which invariable value they are fixed by a late act of this government. The act to be in force from and after the 31st of March 1750
- An Exact table to bring old tenor into lawful money. : Also a table to know the value of pistoles, guineas, johannes, and double johannes, moydores, English crowns, half-crowns, shillings, and copper half-pence, at the rate of dollars at six shillings a piece, at which invariable value they are fixed by a late act of this government. The act to be in force from and after the 31st of March 1750
- An Exact table, to bring old tenor into lawful money
- An abstract of the returns made by the sheriffs of the several counties in this Kingdom, of the number of frieries and nunneries in their respective counties, and of the number of friers and nuns in each of the said frieries and nunneries respectively
- An abstract of timber-measures : Wherein is contained the true content of the most timber trees within the realme of England, which vsually are to be bought and sold. Drawne into a briefe method by way of arithmeticke, and contriued into such a forme, that the most simple man in the world, if he doe but know figures in their places, may vnderstand it, and by the due obseruing of it, shall be made able to buy or sell with any man, be he neuer so skilfull, without danger of beeing deceiued. By C.L. of Sherborne in the countie of Dorset, Gent. ..
- An account of observations made on the mountain Schehallien : for finding its attraction. By the Rev. Nevil Maskelyne, B.D.F.R.S. and astronomer royal. Read at the Royal Society, July 6, 1775
- An account of the acres & houses, with the proportional tax &c. of each county in England and Wales : humbly presented to the Lords and Commons
- An account of the acres & houses, with the proportional tax, &c. of each county in England and Wales, : humbly presented to the Lords and Commons
- An account of the time [and place of] morning and evening prayers : of the administration of the Sacrament, and of lecture sermons, in the several churches within the Bills of mortality. As also of the charity-schools for teaching poor children ..
- An act to ascertain the various periods of depreciation, for the government and regulation of all and every person or persons whom the same may concern
- An admonition to all such as shall intende hereafter to enter the state of matrimony : godly, and agreeably to lawes. Fyrste, that they contract not to suche persons as be hereafter expressed, nor with any of like degree, against the lawe of God and the lawes of the realm. Secondly, that they make no secrete contractes without consente and counsaile of theire parents or elders, vnder whose authoritie they bee: contery to Gods lawes and mans ordinaunces. Thirdly, that they contract not a new with any other vpon diuorse [and] separation made by the judge for a time, the lawes yet standing to the contrary. Set forth by the moste reuerende father in God, Matthew, Archbyshop of Canterbury, primate of all Englande, and metropolitane
- An appendix to Astronomia Carolina ..
- An arithmetical extraction: or, A collection of eight hundred questions with their answers
- An arithmetical extraction: or, A collection of eight hundred questions with their answers / throughout all the usual rules of arithmetick. Most useful and necessary to all teachers of arithmetick, fo
- An astronomical diary: or almanack, for the year of Christian aera 1798 : ... Calculated for the meridian of Boston in America. Latitude 42 degrees, 23 minutes north. Longitude 70 deg. 37 min. 15 sec. west from the Royal Observatory at Greenwich, in the kingdom of Great Britain ; and 72 deg. 57 min. 15 sec. west of the Republican Observatory at Paris, in France. But will serve for any of the adjacent states. By Nathanael Low. Copy right secured. [Six lines from Pope]
- An epitome of navigation : containing the doctrin of plain & spherical triangles, and their use and application in plain sailing, mercator's sailing, and great circle sailing ... : together with tables of the sun and stars ... of the latitude and longitude of places, of meridional parts : likewise a traverse-table ... and the logarithm sines and tangents ...
- An epitome of the art of navigation
- An exact numerical list of all the tickets drawn prizes of twenty pounds in the state-lottery for 1765
- An exact table of the weights of gold and silver : Containing, I. the value of any quantity of silver, from 1 grain to 200000 ounces, at 5s. 2d. 5s. 4d. 5s. 6d. and 5s. 8d. per ounce Troy. II. The value of any quantity of gold, from 1 grain to 40 pound weight, at 4l. 2s. per ounce, may be known by inspection. III. The true weight that any summ of our new mill'd money ought to weigh, according to the standard rate of 62 shillings, being a pound Troy for weight, and 11 ounces 2 penny-weight for fineness: as also, how much silver, at 5s. 2d. per ounce, will pay any summ under 1000 l. IV. The weight of a true guinea; 22 shillings, or 20 shillings broad gold; as also the French and Spanish pistole. Adapted to the use of such as deal in plate or money, and may (at this time) be usefull for the whole nation to set up in their studies, shops, ware-houses, or compting-houses. Calculated by Edw. Hatton, Gent. Author of The Merchant's Magazine
- An excellent table for the finding the periferies or circumferences of all elleipses [sic] or ovals, so near the truth as any mechanical practice can require, / calculated with great diligence and car
- An excellent table for the finding the periferies, or circumferences of all elleipses [sic] or ovals : so near the truth as any mechanical practice can require
- An excellent table for the finding the periferies, or circumferences of all elleipses [sic] or ovals so near the truth as any mechanical practice can require / calculated with great diligence and care
- An idea of geography and navigation : containing easie rules for finding the latitude and difference of longitude of places by observation of the sun, moon and stars ... : also, tables of the sun's declinaision and right ascension for ever, navigation
- An index of mathematical tables
- An institution trigonometricall : VVherein demonstratively and perspicuously is exhibited the doctrine of the dimension of plain and sphericall triangles after the most exact and compendious way by tables both of sines, tangents, secants; and logarithmes. By Henry Gellibrand professor of astronomy in Gresham Colledge
- An institution trigonometricall : Wherein demonstratively and perspicuously is exhibited the doctrine of the dimension of plain and spherical triangles : after the most exact and compendious way, by tables both of sines, tangents, secants, and logarithms. With the application thereof in questions of astronomie and navigation.
- An interest-Book : at 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 per C. from 1000l. to 1l. for 1 day to 92 Days, and for 3, 6, 9, 12 months. The second edition. Exactly examined by John Castaing
- An interest-Book : at 4,5,6,7,8 per C. From 1000 l. to 1l. for 1 day to 92 days and for 3,6,9,12 months. Exactly examined, by John Castaing
- An interest-Book : at 4,5,6,7,8 per c. from 1000l. to 1l. for 1 day to 92 days, and for 3,6,9,12 months. Exactly examined, by John Castaing
- An interest-Book : at 4,5,6,7,8 per cent. from 1000l. to 1l. for 1 day to 92 days, and for 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9, and 12 months. Exactly examin'd, by John Castaing
- An interest-book : at 3,3 1/2,4,5,6,7,8 per cent. From 1000l. to 1.l. for 1 day to 92 days, and for 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9, and 12 months. Exactly examin'd by John Castaing
- An interest-book : at 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 per C. from 1000l. to 1l. for 1 day to 92 days, and for 3, 6, 9, 12 months. Exactly examined by John Castaing
- An interest-book : at 4,5,6,7,8 per C. From 1000 l. to 1 l. for 1 day to 92 days, and for 3,6,9,12 months. Exactly examined by John Castaing
- An interest-book at 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 per C. from 1000l. to 1l. for 1 day to 92 days, and for 3, 6, 9, 12 months. Exactly examined by John Castaing
- An introduction to practical astronomy : containing tables for facilitating the reduction of celestial observations, and a popular explanation of their construction and use, Volume 1
- An introduction to the analysis of spin-spin splitting in high-resolution nuclear magnetic resonance spectra
- Angelus solis et lunæ; or astronomical calculations from the Caroline tables : lately published by the author with astrological predictions thereon for the year of Christ, 1661 also a calendar, with the motions and aspects of the planets, from the best ephemerides extant. Referred to the zenith of the famous City of London, but reducible & useful unto all parts
- Annals of European civilization, 1501-1900
- Annual mean values of geomagnetic elements, 1978
- Aqueous solutions : Wäsrige lösungen: daten für anorganische und organische verbindungen, Volume 1, Data for inorganic and organic compounds
- Architect's handbook of formulas, tables, and mathematical calculations
- Arithmetic, in the plainest and most concise methods hitherto extant : with new improvements for dispatch of business in all the several rules. As also fractions, vulgar and decimal, wrought together after a new method, that renders both easy to be understood in their nature and use. : The whole perused and approved of by the most eminent accomptants in the several offices of the Revenue, viz. Customs, Excise, &c. as the only book of its kind for variety of rules and brevity of work.
- Arithmetica logarithmica sive Logarithmorum chiliades triginta, pro numeris naturali serie crescentibus ab unitate ad 20,000: et a 90,000 ad 100,000 : Quorum ope multa perficiuntur arithmetica problemata et geometrica. Hos numeros primus invenit clarissimus vir Iohannes Neperus baro Merchistonij: eos autem ex eiusdem sententia mutavit, eorumque ortum et vsum illustravit Henricus Briggius, in celeberrima Academia Oxoniensi geometriæ professor Savilianus
- Arithmetical tables, for the use of schools
- Arithmeticall questions, touching the buying or exchange of annuities; : taking of leases for fines, or yearly rent; purchase of fee-simples; dealing for present or future possessions; and other bargains and accounts, wherein allowance for disbursing or forbearance of mony is intended: briefly resolved, by meanes of certain breviats.
- Astronomia Carolina : A new theorie of the coelestial motions. Composed according to the best observations and most rational grounds of art. Yet far more easie, expedite and perspicuous than any before extant. With exact and most easie tables thereunto, and precepts for the calculation of eclipses, &c.
- Astronomia Carolina : A new theorie of the coelestial motions. Composed according to the best observations and most rational grounds of art. Yet farre more easie, expedite and perspicuous then any before extant. With exact and most easie tables thereunto, and precepts for the calculation of eclipses, &c.
- Astronomia Carolina : a new theorie of the cœlestial motions : composed according to the best observations and most rational grounds of art, yet far more easie, expedite and perspicuous than any before extant : with exact and most easie tables thereunto, and precepts for the calculation of eclipses, &c.
- Astronomia anglicana : containing an absolute and entire piece of astronomy : wherein is succinctly handled the trigonometrical part, generally propounded, and particularly apply'd in all questions tending to diurnal motion, especially respecting the main doctrine of the second motions of the luminaries, and the other planets, together with their affections, as eclipses, &c. : composed according to the best observations, and grounded upon the most rational hypothesis yet constituted : with new, facile, and most exact tables, whereby the planets places may speedily by attained both in longitude and latitude for any time past, present, or to come and precepts for calculating eclipses, yet far more easie, expedite and perspicuous than any heretofore extant : fitted to the meridian of the most famous and ancient metropolis London, and chiefly intended for the use of our English nation, and especially mariners
- Astronomia anglicana : containing an absolute and entire piece of astronomy. Wherein is succinctly handled the trigonometrical part, generally propounded, and particularly apply'd in all questions tending to diurnal motion, especially respecting the main doctrine of the second motions of the luminaries, and the other planets; together with their affections, as eclipses, &c. Composed according to the best observations, and grounded upon the most rational hypothesis yet constituted. With new, facile, and most exact tables, whereby the planets places may speedily be attained, both in longitude and latitude for any time past, present, or to come; and precepts for calculating eclipses, yet far more easie, expedite and perspicuous than any heretofore extant. Fitted to the meridian of the most famous and ancient metropolis London, and chiefly intended for the use of our English nation. By Nicholas Greenwood, ... and professor of physick
- At a General Assembly of the governor and company of the state of Connecticut, holden at Hartford, on the second Thursday of October, A.D. 1780. : an act to ascertain the current value of Continental bills of credit in Spanish milled dollars in this state, and of contracts made for the payment thereof, in the several periods of its depreciation
- Atlantic tariffs and trade: a report
- Atlas of fatigue curves
- Atlas of neutron resonances : resonance parameters and thermal cross sections Z=1-100, Volume 1
- Atlas of neutron resonances : resonance parameters and thermal cross sections Z=1-100, Volume 2
- Atomic data and nuclear data tables
- Atomic-emission-line wavelength calculations below 2000 angstroms for Lithium II through Cobalt XXVI
- Average energies of ground and singly and doubly excited configurations in highly ionized atoms: electron numbers N=3 to N=20
- Azeotropic data
- Barlow's tables of squares, cubes, square roots, cube roots, reciprocals of all integer numbers up to 10,000
- Basic and advanced statistical tests : writing results sections and creating tables and figures
- Basic principles and calculations in chemical engineering
- Batta tables: from one to sixteen per cent. rupees reduced into current, from one pice to one lack of rupees. Exchange: ... Calcutta and London. ... London and Calcutta. ... Calcutta and Madras. ... Madras and Calcutta. ... Interest: ... Commission: ..
- Biology data book
- Briefe, easie, and necessary tables : for the valuation of leases, annuities, and purchases, either in present, or in reuersion, according to the rates now most in vse. Together with a chorologicall discourse of the well ordering, disposing, and gouerning of an honorable estate or reuennue. ... Written by Tho: Clay Surueyor, and student in the mathematickes
- Briefe, easie, and necessary tables, of interest and rents forborne : as also, for the valuation of leases, annuities, and purchases, either in present, or in reuersion, according to the rates now most in vse. Together with a chorologicall discourse of the well ordering, disposing, and gouerning of an honorable estate or reuennue. ... Written by Tho: Clay surueyor, and student in the mathematickes
- By His Excellency John Wentworth, Esq ; ... A proclamation. : ... ordering, directing and declaring that foreign coined silver and gold current within this province, shall be paid and received at the following rates ... Given at the Council-chamber in Portsmouth, the second day of March ... one thousand seven hundred and sixty-nine
- By the King : the Kings most excellent Maiestie hauing of late published a proclamation for raising of the prices of his coynes of gold ..
- By the King the Kings most excellent Maiestie hauing of late published a proclamation for raising of the prices of his coynes of gold ...
- By the King. The care of the Kings of this realme our progenitors, for the restraint of exportation of gold and siluer into forraine parts
- CRC Handbook of tables for probability and statistics
- CRC handbook of avian body masses
- CRC handbook of biochemistry: selected data for molecular biology
- CRC handbook of chemistry and physics : a ready-reference book of chemical and physical data
- CRC handbook of chemistry and physics : a ready-reference book of chemical and physical data
- CRC handbook of chemistry and physics : a ready-reference book of chemical and physical data
- CRC handbook of engineering tables
- CRC standard mathematical tables
- CRC standard mathematical tables and formulae
- CRC standard mathematical tables and formulae
- CRC standard mathematical tables and formulae
- CRC standard probability and statistics tables and formulae
- Calculations and tables relating to the attractive virtue of loadstones. : Serving to the finding out the comparative degrees of goodness between several of them. ... And also for to know the value in money of any loadstone
- Canal and culvert tables : with explanatory text and examples
- Canon of lunar eclipses: -2002 to +2526
- Canon triangulorum logarithmicus, or, A table of artificial sines and tangents to every degree and minute of the quadrant : the common radius being 10,000000
- Canon triangulorum, or Tables of artificiall sines and tangents, to a radius of 10000,0000 parts, and each minute of the quadrant. By Edm. Gunter Professor of Astronomie in Gresham College
- Canon triangulorum, or Tables of artificiall sines and tangents, to a radius of 10000,0000 parts, and each minute of the quadrant. By Edm. Gunter Professor of Astronomie in Gresham College
- Canon triangulorum, sive Tabulæ sinuum & tangentium artificialium, ad radium 10000,0000, & ad scrupula prima quadrantis. Per Edm. Gunter professorem astronomiæ in Collegio Greshamensi
- Canon triangulorum, sive Tabulæ sinuum et tangentium artificialium ad radium 10000.0000. & ad scrupula prima quadrantis. Per Edm: Gunter, professorem astronomiæ in Collegio Greshamensi
- Causes of death: life tables for national population
- Chambers four-figure mathematical tables
- Chemical calculations: an introduction to the use of mathematics in chemistry
- Chemical resistance of plastics and elastomers
- Chemical resistance of plastics and elastomers
- Chronological tables : beginning with the reign of Solomon, and ending with the death of Alexander the Great. With a prefatory discourse. By the late Thomas Falconer, of Chester, Esq
- Chronological tables : containing the successions of all ye popes, emperours, & kings, which have reign'd in Europe, from ye nativity of our Saviour to ye year 1688 ...
- Chronological tables : in which are contain'd not only all the chief things of sacred history from the creation of the world 'till Christ's time, but also all other the most remarkeable things of those times that are recorded in any of the antient writers now extant. For the church matters, they, are chiefly collected out of the holy scriptures: but not without such additions as are to be had out of Josephus. For other matters, they are taken partly out of Africanus and Georgius Syncellus; and partly out of Eusebius, and St Jerom: not without consulting the most learned Joseph Scaliger; and those most eminent chronologers of our own country, Arch-bishop Ussher and Sr John Marsham, and Mr Dodwell. But immediately as to church matters, for them we are most particularly indebted to the present Lord Bishop of Worcester: as well in what is contain'd in the tables before, as also but more especially in the appendix which his Lordship hath added in the end of the third, and is continued in the whole fourth table.
- Chronological tables containing the successions of all ye popes, emperours, & kings, which have reign'd in Europe, from ye nativity of our Saviour to ye year 1688 ... / published in several languages
- Chronological tables of Europe : from the nativity of our Saviour to the year 1726. Engraven on 46 copper-plates ... By Colonel Parsons. ..
- Civil engineering reference book
- Clavis usuræ : or, a key to interest, both simple and compound: containing practical rules, plainly express'd in Words at length ; whereby all the various Cases of Interest, and Annuities, or Leases, either in Possession, or Reversion, and Purchasing Free-Hold Estates, &c. may very easily be Resolv'd, both by the Pen and a small Table of Logarithms, hereunto annex'd ; For all Rates of Interest, and Times of Payment whatsoever ; Illustrated by Variety of Examples. To which is added, rules to be observ'd in estimating the value of annuities, or leases, and Insurances for Lives, &c. Also, The Business of Rebate or Discompt, and the Equation of Payments (very useful for Merchants and other Deallers) is here Rectified and truly Determin'd. By J. Ward, Author of the Young Mathematician's Guide, &c
- Collins easy learning Italian verbs
- Combustion efficiency tables
- Comes commercii : or, the trader's companion. ... To which is added, a supplement concerning simple and compound interest ... The third edition. By Edw. Hatton, gent
- Comes commercii, or The trader's-companion : Containing I. An exact and useful Table, shewing the Value of any Quantity of Goods or Wares ready cast up, more adapted to Merchants Use than any other extent; which is demonstrated by 14 Examples relating chiefly to Buving and Selling. II. A Table calculated for Universal Use, which Use is shewn in the Solution of Questions, in Multiplication, Division, Reduction, Merchandising, and Measuring all kind of Superficies and Solids, or Gauging Vessels and Casks. III. The Manner of casting up Dimensions in general, whether the same be taken in Inches, Feet and Inches, Yards, Perches, &c. and how to give the Answer by Reduction, Duo-Decimals, or Decimals. IV. The several Customs used by Surveyors and Measurers, in measuring Glass, Wainscor, Painting, Plaistering, Flooring, Tyling, Partitioning, Brick, or Stone-Work, &c. and the common Rate of such Work by the Rod, Yard, Foot, &c. V. Instructions for Entring Goods at the Customhouse, Inward, Outward, and by Certificate; with several material Clauses in such Statutes as relate to Exportation and Importation. VI. Concerning Water-Side Business, and the Constitution of the Keys, Wharfs, Porters, &c. there: Also the Charge of Wharfage, Lighterage, and Porterage, for Landing, Loading, Weighing, and Housing Goods, and what is usually paid for the Use of the Warehouse at the Water-side. ... To which is added, a supplement concerning simple and compound interest, with Tables thereof, and the Use and Manner of Calculating the same; and to make up Accompts of Mortgages, where the Mortgagee has received Rent, &c. The Whole adapted to the Use of Merchants and Traders, Lawyers, Surveyors, and Measurers of Building, &c. By Edward Hatton, Gent
- Comes commercii: or, The trader's companion : Containing I. An exact and usefull table, shewing the value of any quantity of any commodity ready cast up, more adapted to merchants use than any other extant; which is demonstrated by 14 examples relating chiefly to buying and selling. II. A table calculated for universal use, which use is shewn in the solution of questions, in multiplication, division, reduction, merchandizing, and measuring all kind of superficies's and solids, or gauging vessels and casks. ... To which is added, a supplement concerning simple and compound interest, with tables thereof, and the use and manner of calculating the same; and to make up accompts of mortgages, where the mortgagee has receiv'd, the rent, &c. The whole adapted to the use of merchants, and traders, lawyers, surveyers, and measurers of building, &c. By Edw. Hatton, philomercat
- Compilation of chemical compositions and rupture strengths of super-strength alloys : issued under the auspices of Subcommittee XII on Specifications for High-Temperature, Superstrength Alloys of ASTM Committee A-10 on Iron-Chromium, Iron-Chromium-Nickel, and Related Alloys
- Compilation of chemical compositions and rupture strengths of superalloys
- Compilation of chemical compositions and rupture strengths of superstrength alloys
- Compilation of chemical compositions and rupture strengths of superstrength alloys
- Compilation of gas chromatographic data
- Compilation of ultraviolet photoabsorption cross sections for atoms between 5 and 3500 A
- Composite material data sheets
- Concrete and statistics
- Coniugaisons Francois-Angloises mises en lumiere
- Consolidated index of selected property values, physical chemistry and thermodynamics
- Copious trigonometrical tables : shewing the results in all cases of plane trigonometry, by inspection. Intended to complete the requisite tables to The nautical almanack; and as a necessary companion to the theodolite. By William Garrard, Late Assistant Observer at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich
- Corrosion Survey Database (CORʺSUR)
- Creation centred in Christ
- Critical survey of stability constants of EDTA complexes | Critical evaluation of equilibrium constants in solution, pt A: stability constants of metal complexes
- Crystal structures of inorganic compounds
- Deacon's book of dates: a manual of the world's chief historical landmarks and an outline of universal history
- Decimal arithmetick : wherein the whole art is made easy to any indifferent capacity. By notation, addition, substraction, multiplication, and division. With several variations. Also, reduction, with the golden rule, or rule of three, shewing several wayes of measuring circles, globes, balls or cylinders, &c. and to find the solid content of any butt, pipe or cask cones and their frustums, with several waies of measuring taper timber. To which is added the description of a very easy instrument for the taking of any heights or distances without geometry or trigonometry, scale compasses or line of cords, only counting the divisions of the instrument, with the explanation of the multiplication of decimal or vulgar fractions, the rules of practise in decimals and so plain a way of extracting the square root almost as easy division. Also an essay to gunnery, shewing several waies of finding any inaccessible distance of altitude, within common sight, with very many things never before made publick, of which you m
- Der geschwinde Rechner oder: Des Händlers nützlicher Gehülfe : in Kauffung allerley Sachen sowohl im Grossen als Kleinen. Da auf eimmal gezeigt wird der Werth von allerley Waaren oder Sachen, von einem viertel Pens bis auf 19 Schilling und 9 Pens ; und von einem Pfund, Jard, Galle, Buschel, u. bis auf 10,000. Und solches auf eine so leichte Weise, das sich eine Person, die sonst nichts von der Rechenkunst gelernt hat, doch darnach richten kan, und dem der richten kan, ist es eine geschwinde Anzeige, wodurch er Mühe und Zeit erspahrt.
- Der geschwinde Rechner, oder: Des Händlers nützlicher Gehülfe, in Kauffung und Verkauffung allerly Sachen, sowohl im Grossen als Kleinen, nach dem Föderal Geld berechnet : da auf einmal gezeigt wird, den Werth non allerley Waaren und Sachen, von einem halben Cent bis auf einen Föderal Thaler und darüber, es sey auch von was für Benennung es wolle, bis auf 5000, nebst Interessen Tabellen, &c. &c. ..