MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTE OF CIVIL ENGINEERS

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Page 133 - AN OUTLINE OF THE METHOD OF CONDUCTING A TRIGONOMETRICAL SURVEY. For the Formation of Geographical and Topographical Maps and Plans, Military Reconnaissance, LEVELLING, &c., with Useful Problems, Formulae, and Tables.
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