APA Citation

Darling, J. (1727). The carpenter's rule made easy: Or, the art of measuring superficies and solids. Also a second way, being the Ground-Work of Measuring Timber, Stone, Board, Glass, &c. With a table of account, much enlarged; performing Multiplication, Division, the Golden Rule, and Rule Reverse, by Inspection. Being of Excellent Use for Carpenters, Joyners, Masons, Glasiers, Painters, Sawyers, &c. By John Darling. And also a treatise of practical gauging. By Heber Lands. The eighth edition, carefully revised and corrected; with an Addition of the Use of the Sliding-Rule, and of Gunter's Line with Compasses, in Measuring Plank and Timber; which renders this Book of more general Use than heretofore. By Thomas Haselden, Teacher of the Mathematicks. London: printed for H. Tracy, at the Three Bibles on London-Bridge; and S. Fitzer, at the Three Bibles in the Minories.

Chicago Style Citation

Darling, John. The Carpenter's Rule Made Easy: Or, the Art of Measuring Superficies and Solids. Also a Second Way, Being the Ground-Work of Measuring Timber, Stone, Board, Glass, &c. With a Table of Account, Much Enlarged; Performing Multiplication, Division, the Golden Rule, and Rule Reverse, By Inspection. Being of Excellent Use for Carpenters, Joyners, Masons, Glasiers, Painters, Sawyers, &c. By John Darling. And Also a Treatise of Practical Gauging. By Heber Lands. The Eighth Edition, Carefully Revised and Corrected; With an Addition of the Use of the Sliding-Rule, and of Gunter's Line With Compasses, in Measuring Plank and Timber; Which Renders This Book of More General Use Than Heretofore. By Thomas Haselden, Teacher of the Mathematicks. London: printed for H. Tracy, at the Three Bibles on London-Bridge; and S. Fitzer, at the Three Bibles in the Minories, 1727.

MLA Citation

Darling, John. The Carpenter's Rule Made Easy: Or, the Art of Measuring Superficies and Solids. Also a Second Way, Being the Ground-Work of Measuring Timber, Stone, Board, Glass, &c. With a Table of Account, Much Enlarged; Performing Multiplication, Division, the Golden Rule, and Rule Reverse, By Inspection. Being of Excellent Use for Carpenters, Joyners, Masons, Glasiers, Painters, Sawyers, &c. By John Darling. And Also a Treatise of Practical Gauging. By Heber Lands. The Eighth Edition, Carefully Revised and Corrected; With an Addition of the Use of the Sliding-Rule, and of Gunter's Line With Compasses, in Measuring Plank and Timber; Which Renders This Book of More General Use Than Heretofore. By Thomas Haselden, Teacher of the Mathematicks. London: printed for H. Tracy, at the Three Bibles on London-Bridge; and S. Fitzer, at the Three Bibles in the Minories, 1727.

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