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MARTYN, John (fl. 1658)
Mensuration made easie: or, the way of measuring all solid and regular bodies, as of timber, stone, glass, &c. Useful for surveyours of land, carpenters, joyners, glasiers, free-masons, plaisterers; and all other ingenious persons. Digested into a familiar tabular form, fitted to all capacities.

London: printed for R. Mount, and T. Page, 1704.
[8], 21, [67] p. ; 16.0 cm. (8º)

Anonymous. Written in 1658 by John Martyn, surveyor and published after his death by his son Thomas in 1661 (see ESTC r180403). The dedication of this edition, not in ESTC, is signed by Michael Shephard whose name is inscribed in ink on the title-page.


Copy Notes Front and rear endpapers inscribed in ink with sums and tablulations.

Binding C18th sprinkled sheep, double-ruled in blind, red spine-label.

Reference Number 2737


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