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The complete measurer; setting forth the measurement of boards, glass, &c. &c. unequal-sided, square-sided, octagonal-sided, round timber and stone; and standing timber. With just allowances for the bark on the respective species of trees, and proper deductions for the waste in hewing the trees, &c. with other essential instructions to timber growers, merchants, surveyors, architects, stone-masons, and others.

Title:The complete measurer; setting forth the measurement of boards, glass, &c. &c. unequal-sided, square-sided, octagonal-sided, round timber and stone; and standing timber. With just allowances for the bark on the respective species of trees, and proper deductions for the waste in hewing the trees, &c. with other essential instructions to timber growers, merchants, surveyors, architects, stone-masons, and others.
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Note:London, John Weale, 1862
  
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Subject:Standardization
Subject:Weights and measures
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