A Mathematical Manual, or Delightful Associate Containing, I. A Description and Use of the Celestial Globe….II. Twelve Problems relating chiefly to the Moon…III. A Description and Use of the Terrestrial Globe…IV. A Full Description of the Use of All Kinds of Maps…V. The Original of the Lines in a Sector describ’d…VI. How to make a Line of Numbers, or Logarithms, to any length…VII. Mysterious Curiosities in Numbers…VIII. How to take Heights, Depths and Distances….The Whole very Useful and Pleasant.

£750.00

Viii, 246 pages, mathematical illustrations in text throughout, dedicated to Thomas Frewen, Esq, the author’s master, illustrated head and tailpieces, decorated capitals

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Author(s) Hatton, E.
Illustrator(s) N/A
Publisher(s) Printed by S. Illidge
Published Date 1728
Signature Information N/A
Size octavo, 20cm x 13cm
Book Condition Rubbing along spine and corners, joints repaired, light foxing throughout, inked inscription to pastedown and annotations to some pages, binding firm, good condition
Jacket Condition N/A
Binding Calf binding, five raised bands, gilt decorated compartments and title to spine, blindstamped borders front and rear, speckled edges