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A TREATISE OF PRACTICAL SURVEYING; Which is Demonstrated from its First Principles. Wherein Every Thing that is useful and curious in the Art, is fully considered and explained. Particularly Three new and very concise Methods for determining the Areas of

by Gibson, Robert

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Joseph Crukshank, Philadelphia: / 1794., 1792 pp. viii, 288; 60 + 12 (of 13?) folding engraved plates. Age stain. Original leather binding, lacking front board. **Early manuscript ownerships: 'This Book was purchased of Mr. William Irwin April 8th 1806 by Mr. John McAlister of Cumberland County State of Pennsylvania and presented by him to his son Hugh McAlister esquire of Seneca County State of New York / David Drummond's Book Bought of Hugh McAlister June the 27th, 1816.' The McAlisters were an important pioneer American family, and extensive land owners. Evans 24357 / Evans 27301. Evans1. Hardcover.


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