APA Citation

Darling, J. (1709). The carpenters rule made easie: Or, The art of measuring superficies and solids: also a second way being the ground-work for measuring timber, stone, board, glass, &c. With a table of account, much enlarged performing multiplication and division, in arithmetick and geometry, by inspiction into the golden rule, and rule reverse. It being of excellent use for carpenters, joyners, masons, glasiers, painters, sawyers, or any that shall have occasion to buy or sell, perform'd by tables for that purpose. By John Darling (The seventh edition corrected, and the addition of a short treatice of practical guaging, improvd, the wing a compendious and easie way to attain that useful art. By Heber Lands, M[illegible].). London: Printed by J. How, for G. Sawbridge, at the Three Flower-de-luces in Little-Britain.

Chicago Style Citation

Darling, John. The Carpenters Rule Made Easie: Or, The Art of Measuring Superficies and Solids: Also a Second Way Being the Ground-work for Measuring Timber, Stone, Board, Glass, &c. With a Table of Account, Much Enlarged Performing Multiplication and Division, in Arithmetick and Geometry, By Inspiction Into the Golden Rule, and Rule Reverse. It Being of Excellent Use for Carpenters, Joyners, Masons, Glasiers, Painters, Sawyers, or Any That Shall Have Occasion to Buy or Sell, Perform'd By Tables for That Purpose. By John Darling. The seventh edition corrected, and the addition of a short treatice of practical guaging, improvd, the wing a compendious and easie way to attain that useful art. By Heber Lands, M[illegible]. London: Printed by J. How, for G. Sawbridge, at the Three Flower-de-luces in Little-Britain, 1709.

MLA Citation

Darling, John. The Carpenters Rule Made Easie: Or, The Art of Measuring Superficies and Solids: Also a Second Way Being the Ground-work for Measuring Timber, Stone, Board, Glass, &c. With a Table of Account, Much Enlarged Performing Multiplication and Division, in Arithmetick and Geometry, By Inspiction Into the Golden Rule, and Rule Reverse. It Being of Excellent Use for Carpenters, Joyners, Masons, Glasiers, Painters, Sawyers, or Any That Shall Have Occasion to Buy or Sell, Perform'd By Tables for That Purpose. By John Darling. The seventh edition corrected, and the addition of a short treatice of practical guaging, improvd, the wing a compendious and easie way to attain that useful art. By Heber Lands, M[illegible]. London: Printed by J. How, for G. Sawbridge, at the Three Flower-de-luces in Little-Britain, 1709.

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