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A method to determine the areas of right-lined figures universally
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A method to determine the areas of right-lined figures universally: Very useful for ascertaining the contents of any survey.
By Tho. Burgh. Burgh published a pamphlet entitled "A method to determine the areas of right-lined figures universally, very useful for ascertaining the contents of any survey" (Dublin, ).
In Burgh lost the commission to build the new Parliament House in Dublin to Edward Lovett Pearce (–), who succeeded de Burgh as Surveyor General on his. Burgh. Thomas: A method to determine the areas of right-lined figures universally, very useful for ascertaining the contents of any survey: Dublin 'printed by A.
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The end of a rectangular*transparent horn, half an inch in width, with a line drawn on it longitudinally, at half its width, being brought to a line that cuts any two parallels obliquely, bisects it, and consequently by this means all right lined figures may be reduced to parallelograms.
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illustrated with two hundred engravings on wood and fourteen large engraved.The adoption of latitudes and departures to a surveying problem can be credited to Richard Norwood in his book a "Seamanship Practice".
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