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Page 10 - Building," &c. With 61 Plates, Portrait of the Author, and several Woodcuts. In One large Vol., 410, cloth £1 5s. "Ought to be in every architect's and every builder's library. "—Builder. "A work whose monumental excellence must commend it wherever skilful carpentry is concerned. The author's principles are rather confirmed than impaired by time. The additional plates are of great intrinsic value."— Building News, WOODWORKING MACHINERY.
Page 4 - DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY, an Elementary Treatise on; with a Theory of Shadows and of Perspective, extracted from the French of G. MONGE. To which is added, a description of the Principles and Practice of Isometrical Projection ; the whole being intended as an introduction to the Application of Descriptive Geometry to various branches of the Arts.
Page 5 - WARINGTON W. SMYTH, MA, FRS, &c., Chief Inspector of the Mines of the Crown and of the Duchy of Cornwall.
Page 1 - Many of the methods given are of extreme practical value to the mason, and the observations on the form of arch, the rules for ordering the stone, and the construction of the templates, will be found of considerable use. We commend the book to the engineering profession, and to all who have to build similar shafts.
Page 12 - Every mechanic should become the possessor of the volume, and a more suitable present to an apprentice to any of the mechanical trades could not possibly be made.
Page 76 - CONSTRUCTING COMMON ROADS, by HENRY LAW, CE, revised and condensed by D. KINNEAR CLARK, CE ; II. RECENT PRACTICE, including pavements of Stone, Wood, and Asphalte.
Page 3 - OUTLINES OF MODERN FARMING.) Woodcuts. 2s. 146. UTILIZATION OF SEWAGE, IRRIGATION, AND RECLAMATION OF WASTE LAND. (Vol. 5. OUTLINES OF MODERN FARMING.) By R.
Page 21 - Physical Geology," which sets forth the Leading Principles of the Science; and "Historical Geology," which treats of the Mineral and Organic Conditions of the Earth at each successive epoch, especial reference being made to the British Series of Rocks. By RALPH TATE.
Page 16 - Field Fortification. A TREATISE on FIELD FORTIFICATION, the ATTACK of FORTRESSES, MILITARY MINING, and RECONNOITRING. By Colonel IS MACAULAY, late Professor of Fortification in the RMA, Woolwich. Sixth Edition, crown 8vo, cloth, with separate Atlas of 12 Plates, 12s.