| William Emerson - Mathematics - 1770 - 494 pages
...your ftationary line ; which you muft never omit. And thus as you go along any main ftationary line, **take offsets to the ends of all hedges, and to any pond,** houfe, mill, bridge, &c omitting nothingthat 1s- remarkable, and all thefe things muft be noted down,... | |
| Charles Hutton - Measurement - 1788 - 728 pages
...taking backfight and forefight, along your ftation line. And thus as you go along any main ftation line, **take offsets to the ends of all hedges, and to any pond,** houfe, mill, bridge, &c, omitting nothing that is remarkable. And all thefe things muft be noted down... | |
| Mathematics - 1801 - 658 pages
...and where » perpendicular from it cuts that line. And thus, as you go along any main station line, **take offsets, to the ends, of all hedges, and to any...bridge, &c. omitting nothing, that is remarkable, and** noting down the whole. ' A* * .. 4. As to the inner parts of the estate, they must be determined in... | |
| Charles Hutton - Mathematics - 1807
...by measuring its distance from the station-line ; and where a perpendicular From it cuts that line. **And thus as you go along any main station-line, take...hedges, and to any pond, house, mill, bridge, &c,** noting every thing down that is remarkable. 4. As to the inner parts of the estate, they must be determined,... | |
| Charles Hutton - Mathematics - 1811
...by measuring its distance from the station-line; and where a perpendicular from it cuts that line. **And thus as you go along any main station-line, take...hedges, and to any pond, house, mill, bridge, &c,** noting every thing down that is remarkable. 4. As to the inner parts of the estate, they must be determined,... | |
| Charles Hutton - Mathematics - 1812
...; and where a perpendicular from it cuts that line. And thus as you go along any main station line, **take offsets to the ends of all hedges, and to any pond, house, mill, bridge,** Sec, noting every thing down that is remarkable. 4. As to the inner pans of the estate, they must be... | |
| George Adams - Geometry - 1813 - 576 pages
...stationary line, take oftsets to the ends of ail hedges, and to any pond, house, mill, bridge, £c. **omitting nothing that is remarkable, and all these...marks up at the intersections of all hedges with the** stationary line, that yo;i may know where to. measure from, when you come to survey these particular... | |
| George Adams - Geometry - 1813 - 648 pages
...your stationary line ; which you must never omit. And thus as you go along any main stationary line, **take offsets to the ends of all hedges, and to any...are your data, by which the places of such objects** arc to be determined upon your plan. And be sure to set marks up at the intersections of all hedges... | |
| Thomas Keith - 1817 - 304 pages
...to any pond, house, mill, bridge, &c. noting every thing down that is remarkable; for these are the **data, by which the places of such objects are to be determined** on your plan. Be careful to set marks up at the intersections of all hedges with the station line,... | |
| Charles Hutton - Mathematics - 1822 - 618 pages
...by measuring its distance from the station-line ; and where a perpendicular from it cuts that line. **And thus as you go along any main station-line, take...all hedges, and to any pond, house, mill, bridge,** tic. noting every thing down that is remarkable. 4. As to the inner parts of the estate, they must... | |
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