APA Citation

Hawney, W. (1767). The complete measurer: Or, the whole art of measuring. In two parts. Part I. Teaching decimal arithmetic, with the Extraction of the Square and Cube-Roots. Also the Multiplication of Feet and Inches, commonly called Cross-Multiplication. Part II. Teaching to measure all sorts of superficies and solids, by Decimals, by Cross-Multiplication, and by Scale and Compasses: Also the Works of several Artificers relating to Building; and the measuring of Board and Timber; shewing the common Errors. And some Practical Questions. The seventh edition, much enlarged. To which is divided an appendix, 1. Of Gaging. 2. Of Land Measuring. useful for all Tradesmen, especially Carpenters, Bricklayers, Plaisterers, Painters, Joyners, Glasiers, Masons, &c. By William Hawney, Philomath. Recommended by the Rev. Dr. John Harris. F. R. S. Dublin: printed by and for I. Jackson in Meath-Street.

Chicago Style Citation

Hawney, William. The Complete Measurer: Or, the Whole Art of Measuring. In Two Parts. Part I. Teaching Decimal Arithmetic, With the Extraction of the Square and Cube-Roots. Also the Multiplication of Feet and Inches, Commonly Called Cross-Multiplication. Part II. Teaching to Measure All Sorts of Superficies and Solids, By Decimals, By Cross-Multiplication, and By Scale and Compasses: Also the Works of Several Artificers Relating to Building; and the Measuring of Board and Timber; Shewing the Common Errors. And Some Practical Questions. The Seventh Edition, Much Enlarged. To Which Is Divided an Appendix, 1. Of Gaging. 2. Of Land Measuring. Useful for All Tradesmen, Especially Carpenters, Bricklayers, Plaisterers, Painters, Joyners, Glasiers, Masons, &c. By William Hawney, Philomath. Recommended By the Rev. Dr. John Harris. F. R. S. Dublin: printed by and for I. Jackson in Meath-Street, 1767.

MLA Citation

Hawney, William. The Complete Measurer: Or, the Whole Art of Measuring. In Two Parts. Part I. Teaching Decimal Arithmetic, With the Extraction of the Square and Cube-Roots. Also the Multiplication of Feet and Inches, Commonly Called Cross-Multiplication. Part II. Teaching to Measure All Sorts of Superficies and Solids, By Decimals, By Cross-Multiplication, and By Scale and Compasses: Also the Works of Several Artificers Relating to Building; and the Measuring of Board and Timber; Shewing the Common Errors. And Some Practical Questions. The Seventh Edition, Much Enlarged. To Which Is Divided an Appendix, 1. Of Gaging. 2. Of Land Measuring. Useful for All Tradesmen, Especially Carpenters, Bricklayers, Plaisterers, Painters, Joyners, Glasiers, Masons, &c. By William Hawney, Philomath. Recommended By the Rev. Dr. John Harris. F. R. S. Dublin: printed by and for I. Jackson in Meath-Street, 1767.

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