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.


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