Mechanick Exercises; Or, the Doctrine of Handy-Works. Applied to the Arts of Smithing, Joinery, Carpentry, Turning, Bricklayery. to Which Is Added, Mechanick Dyalling Shewing How to Draw a True Sun-Dyal on Any Given Plane, However

Mechanick Exercises; Or, the Doctrine of Handy-Works. Applied to the Arts of Smithing, Joinery, Carpentry, Turning, Bricklayery. to Which Is Added, Mechanick Dyalling Shewing How to Draw a True Sun-Dyal on Any Given Plane, However

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1703 edition. Excerpt: ...or Window, into its Rabbets, and laid the Hindges in there proper place andpofition (asaforefaid) they make marks in the Nail-holes of the Hindge with the point of their Compafles upon the Door, and at thole marks they Pierce holes, with a Piercer-Bit, that fits the fhank of the Rivet; then they put the fhank of the Rivet thro' the holes made in the Door; yet fo that the Head of the Rivet be on the outfide of the Door; and they alfo put the end of the Shank into the Nil-hole of the Hinge, and fo whilft another Man holds the head of the Hatchet againft the Head of the Rivet, they with the Pen of their Hammer batter and fpread the Hat end of the Shank over the Hole, as was fhewn Numb. 2. foh 24-?J-' The The Titles of fbme Books of Architecture, SEbaftion Seirleo in Folio. Hans Bloom's Five Collumns, Folio, Vignola in Folio. Vignola, Or the Compleat JrchiteS, in Oftvo Scamotzi, Quarto. Palladio, Quarto. Sir Henry Wottons Elements of Archite&ure, Quarto. Thefe Booh are all Printed in Englifh: But there are many others extant in feveral other Languages, of which Vitruvius is the chief: For from his Book the reft are generally derived as Philip Le Orm, Ditterlin, Marlois, and many others, which being difficult to be had among Book-fellers, and thefe fufficient for information, I fhall omit till another opportunity. An Explanation of Terms ufed in Carpentry, A Dz, Plate 8. B 2. A Arch, Any work wrought Circular, as the top part of fome Window-frames, the top of fome great Gates, the Roof of Vaults, fc. Architrave, See Numb. 6. Plate 6. i. and Plat? 6. A. i. Ax, Numb. 7. Plate 8. A, B BAck or Hip-molding. The backward Hips or Valley-Rafters in the way of an Angle fqr the back part of a Building. Bannifter, Numb, 8. Plate ll.ggg. Bafe, ..."show more

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  • Paperback | 86 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 168g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236655966
  • 9781236655967