TitleA system of geometry and trigonometry : with a treatise on surveying, in which the principles of rectangular surveying, without plotting, are explained
PublisherWm. Jas. Hamersley
Place of PublicationHartford, CN, USA
Extent160, 62, 112 p.
Dimensionsoverall: 1 in x 5 in x 8 in
DescriptionThere are three main sections in this book - the first, a description of how to use the tables and calculate sums, including an appendix starting on page 80 and finishing on 160. Immediately after the appendix, the second section starts, "A table of logarithms of numbers from 1 to 10,000", continuing to its own page 62. Immediately after this page, the third section starts, "A traverse table showing the differnece of latitude and departure for distances between 1 and 100, and for angles to quarter degrees between 1° and 90°", which ends on its own page 112.
Additionally, there are many signatures and writings on the front cover and fly-leaf, as well as the back fly-leaves, most notably "John C. Rogers" and "P. H. Rogers."