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Title:
Stereography, or, A compleat body of perspective, in all its branches. Teaching to describe, by mathematical rules, the appearances of lines, plain figures, and solid bodies rectilinear, curvilinear, and mixed in all manner of positions. Together with their projections or shadows, and their reflections by polished planes. The whole performed by uniform, easy, and general methods, for the most part entirely new. In seven books.
Author:
Hamilton, J. (John)
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Publication Information:
London : Printed for the author by W. Bowyer, 1738.
Physical Description:
9 preliminary leaves pages, 400 pages, 37 pages : diagrams on 130 folded plates ; 41 cm
General Note:
The seven books are in two volumes.
Language:
English
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Format :
Book