3 edition of The description and use of the carpenters-rule found in the catalog.
The description and use of the carpenters-rule
|Other titles||Use of the line of numbers on a sliding (or glasiers) rule in arithmatick & geometry|
|Statement||by John Brown|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1089:4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p.,  leaf of plates|
|Number of Pages||205|
Description From the late 18th to the midth centuries, British engineers began to use slide rules. This ivory and silver instrument is a four-fold engineer's rule that unfolds to a length of 24 inches. On half of one side is a slide rule with A and D scales on the base and B and C scales on the slide. Update. To help support the city’s efforts to contain the spread of COVID, New-York Historical is temporarily closed to the public until it is safe to reopen.
THE DEBATE OF THE CARPENTER'S TOOLS. THEDebate of the Carpenter's Tools (Index of Middle English Verse and Supplement ) is preserved uniquely in Bodleian Library MS Ashmole l The previous editions by Halliwell (who gave the poem, untitled in the manuscript, its now accepted title) and Carew Hazlitt have inaccuracies of transcription, fail to set the poem in either its manuscript or its. Contents Page How to Use This Guide ix Chapter 1. Field Methods, Equipment, and Documents 1 Nature of Soil Pollutants* and Surface Pollution Situation* 1 Soil Parameters for Field Sampling and Characterization 2 Field Description of Soils 3 Field Sampling and Testing 5 Field Equipment and Documents 5 Use of EPA's Environmental Systems Monitoring Laboratory 6.
Fire Mate (Council for Indian Education Series)
Topics on gravitational lensing
Reducing the school dropout rate--
short history of the Mary Datchelor School, 1877-1937
Schools Are for People
High-level radioactive waste
Role of the family in the rehabilitation of the physically disabled
Pleasures of the water cure
Chronicle and romance
BlackBerry Introduction (7100 & 8700 series) Quick Reference Guide
Japanese etiquette for gaijin
collection of problems in illustration of the principles of theoretical mechanics
The description and use of the carpenter's-rule: together with the use of the line of numbers commonly call'd Gunter's-line. Applyed to the measuring orders, simple and compound interest, [Brown, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The description and use of the carpenter's-rule: together with the use of the line of numbers commonly call'd Gunter': John Brown. The description and use of the carpenters-rule: together with the use of the line of numbers commonly called Gunters-Line. Applyed to the measuring of all superficies and solids, as board, glass, plaistering, wainscoat, tyling, paving, flooring, &c., timber, stone, square on round, gauging of vessels, &c.
Get this from a library. The description and use of the carpenter's-rule: together with the use of the line of numbers commonly call'd Gunter's-Line. Applyed to the measuring of all superficies and solids, as Board, Glass, Plaistering, Wainscot, Tyling, Paving, Flooring &c.
Timber, Stone, Square or Round, Gauging of Vessels, &c. Also military orders, simple and compound interest, and Tables. The description and use of the carpenters-rule: together with the use of the line of numbers commonly called Gunters-line: applyed to the measuring of all superficies and solids, as board, glass, plaistering, wainscoat, tyling, paving, flooring, &c., timber, stone, square on round, gauging of vessels, &c.: also military orders, simple and compound interest, and tables of reduction, with the.
The description and use of the carpenters-rule book The description and use of the carpenters-rule together with The use of the line of numbers commonly called Gunters-line: applyed to the measuring of all superficies and solids.
The description and use of the carpenter's-rule [electronic resource]: together with the use of the line of numbers commonly call'd Gunter's-line. Applyed to the measuring of all superficies and solids, Also military orders, simple and compound interest, Together with the use of.
Excerpt from A Treatise on Gunter's Scale, and the Sliding Rule: Together With a Description and Use, of the Sector, Protractor, Plain Scale, and Line of Chords Few useful, in vastly abridging the labour of Arithmetical and Mathematical calculations, that the surveyor and : George Curtis.
When extended for use, they are straight, like a ruler. The illustrations on this page show a 2 m (6 ft 7 in) carpenter's rule, which folds down to a length of 25 cm (10 in) to easily fit in a pocket, and a 5 m (16 ft) tape, which retracts into a small housing.
The Description And Use Of The Carpenters Rule Together With The Use Of The Line Of Numbers Commonly Called Gunters Line Together With The Use Of The Glasiers And Mr White S Sliding Rules Etc With An Engraving. (Nancy Drew Book ) Christmas Stories And Carols The Football Shirts Book Higurashi When They Cry: Eye Opening Arc, Vol.
TerryF on 15 Apr • Link "my book of Timber measure" L&M give the short-title [the first seven words] of "Description and use of the carpenters-rule together with The use of the line of numbers commonly called Gunters-line: applyed to the measuring of all superficies and solids, as board, glass, plaistering, wainscoat, tyling, paving, flooring, &c., timber, stone, square on round.
A door or window should be cased without the use of a tape. Lightly mark the reveal on the jamb with a pencil. Square-cut the bottoms of the casing legs, hold them up to the jamb, and mark the top cuts from the reveal lines.
Cut the legs and tack them in place. Miter one end of the head, and holding it upside down over its final position, mark Author: Will Beemer. This book encouraged me to find out how the sector worked, since a very good description of it is given in two places. The sector was a calculational device, a predecessor to the slide rule, that was in common use for over two centuries but is now almost totally forgotten.
Amazon's Choice for "carpenters rule" Stainless Steel Ruler, Teoyall Metal Rule Precision Rule Kit Including 12 Inch, 8 Inch and 6 Inch Ruler out of 5 stars - The Description and Use of an Instrument called the Double Scale of Proportion.
Seth Partridge (Written in ) - Timber Measure by a Line of More Ease, Dispatch and Exactness than any other way now in use, by a Double Scale. Description and Notes: This type of folding slide rule is generally known as the Carpenter's slide rule.
A booklet about its history and use was first published by the maker, John Rabone & Sons inis still avaliable as facsimile copy. More information about this kind of rules can also be found in A Source Book for Rule Collectors. The earliest edition of this book by John Brown was in but the edition of gave credit to White for his "sliding-rule." The Description and Use of the Carpenters-Rule: Together with the Use of the Line of Numbers Commonly Called Gunters-Line Together with the Use of the Glasiers and Mr.
White's Sliding-rules, Etc. By John Brown. Everard’s instruments were made in London by Isaac Carver who, soon after, himself wrote a sixteen-page Description and Use of a New Sliding Rule, projected from the Tables in the Gauger’s Magazine, London,which was “printed for William Hunt” and bound in one volume with a book by Hunt, called The Gauger’s Magazine, London.
The description and use of the carpenters-rule:: together with the use of the line of numbers (inscribed thereon) in arithmetick and geometry. And the application thereof to the measuring of superficies and solids, gaging of vessels, military orders, interest and annuities: with tables of reduction, &c.
John Brown, The Description Of The Carpenters Rule John Brown, Horologiographia or The Art Of Dyalling John Brown, The Description And Use Of A Joynt-Rule John Brown, The Triangular Quadrant. Gilbert Clerke, The Spot-Dial John Collins, Geometrical Dyalling John Collins, The Sector On A Quadrant.
De la Hire, Gnomoniques, Or The Art Of. Hoare’s double slide slide rule by Aston & Mander Made by Aston and Mander in London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom, Europe, c. Over the 19th and much of the 20th centuries the slide rule was the primary instrument for calculation used by.
Folding ruler roof slope scale calibration: how to calculate or measure the scale intervals to use with a folding ruler to permit estimateing roof slope from the ground using just a folding carpenter's ruler or similar measuring instrument.
This article gives several methods for setting the scale that can be used along the horizontal portion of a folding ruler so that by bending the first two.This Carpenter's Star pattern finishes at 16" x 16", a good size for wall hangings, bed quilts, or even a throw pillow cover.
Choosing Fabrics for Carpenter's Star. Individual units in the quilt block finish at 2" square, and that means large prints that look very different from one area of the fabric to another aren't (usually) as suitable as.The book describes a nocturnal on the reverse side rather than the table for sunrise and sunset and length of day that appears on this quadrant.
Two similar quadrants in ivory are in the British Museum (registration nos, and), one of which is signed 'John Browne'.