containing, I. The Rudiments of Logarithms, Decimals and Algebra…… II. A very large collection of theorems and canons for solving questions and problems in the various parts of arithmetic, algebra, and fluxions. III. Rules, theorems and canons, resolving all the useful and common problems in the solving of all the useful and common problems in the mathematical and mechanical arts and sciences; viz. mensuration, gauging, conics, plain and spherical trigonometry, Navigation, fortification, gunnery, astronomy, dialling, optics, perspective, architecture, mechanics, geometry, etc. IV. A large collection of mathematical tables……… V. An apparatus of the common mathematical lines, for the operation of any question or problem, as is performed by the plain scale, etc.
by Benjamin Martin.
London, printed for J. Noon, 1736.
small 8vo. modern boards. ppviii 210 + 2 advert leaves. folding plate showing the geometrical elevations of the five orders of columns, and one other plate illustrating the plane scale (slightly torn)
light discolouration to blank pages at the end, otherwise a good clean copy