Solid geometry: or, foundation of measuring, of all manner of solid bodies. Most accurately demonstrated in various propostions; and applied to practice in the exact mensuration of timber or stone (though never so irregular) being of great use to all carpenters, Bricklayers and Masons, &c. But Particularly intended, for the true Gauging of all Manner of Vessels, of what Form or Figure soever; either in whole or in part: As Wine, Beer-Casks, Brewers-Tuns and Coppers, Backs or Coulers. Being very useful for all Gaugers, Generals, Surveyors, Supervisors, and all other Gaugers, &c. To which is now added, a very necessary appendix explaining and facilating the former Work, in the Practical Part thereof; being of singular Use to all Persons concern'd therein: The like not Extant in the English Tongue. Recommended to the Reader by the Royal Society.
- Anderson, Robert, active 1668-1696.