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The manner of raising, ordering ; and improving forest and fruit-trees : also, how to plant, make and keep woods, walks, avenues, lawns, hedges, &c., with several figures in copperplates, proper for the same. Also rules and tables shewing how the ingenious planter may measure superficial figures, with rules how to divide woods or land, and how to measure timber and other solid bodies, either by arithmetick or geometry, shewing the use of that most excellent line, the line of numbers, by several new examples ; with many other rules, useful for most men. Preview this item
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The manner of raising, ordering ; and improving forest and fruit-trees : also, how to plant, make and keep woods, walks, avenues, lawns, hedges, &c., with several figures in copperplates, proper for the same. Also rules and tables shewing how the ingenious planter may measure superficial figures, with rules how to divide woods or land, and how to measure timber and other solid bodies, either by arithmetick or geometry, shewing the use of that most excellent line, the line of numbers, by several new examples ; with many other rules, useful for most men.

Author: Moses Cook; Gabriel Plattes
Publisher: London : Printed for P. Parker, 1679.
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
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Cook, Moses.
Manner of raising, ordering ; and improving forest and fruit-trees.
London : Printed for P. Parker, 1679
(OCoLC)748455981
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Moses Cook; Gabriel Plattes
OCLC Number: 7111401
Notes: "A discovery of subterranean treasure ... By Mr. Gabriel Plattes" (2 p. l., 24 p.) has special t.p.
Description: 8 pages leaves, 204, [7], 24 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm
Other Titles: Discovery of subterranean treasure.
Responsibility: by Moses Cook ... Whereunto is now added, that ingenious treatise of Mr. Gabriel Plattes, viz. A discovery of subterranean treasure.

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