The carpenter's new guide: being a complete book of lines for carpentry and joinery. Treating fully on practical geometry, soffits, brick and plaster groins, niches of every description, sky-lights, lines for roofs and domes; with ... designs for roofs, trussed girders, floors, domes, bridges, &c.; staircases and hand-rails of various constructions; angle bars for shop fronts, &c.; and raking mouldings; with many other things entirely new. The whole founded on true geometrical principles; the theory and practice well explained and fully exemplified on seventy-eight copper-plates, correctly engraved by the author; including some observations and calculations on the strength of timber. By Peter Nicholson.
|Main Author:||Nicholson, Peter, 1765-1844.|
London, Printed for J. Taylor, 1808.
First published in London, 1792.
Environ Dsgn TH5605.N6 1808: ENVI Rare
x, 76 p.
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