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SUBTERRANEOUS SURVEYING, an Elementary and Practical Treatise on. By THOMAS FENWICK. Also the Method of Conducting Subterraneous Surveys without the use of the Magnetic Needle, and other modern Improvements. By THOMAS BAKER, C.E. Illustrated. 2s. 6d.
GAS-WORKS, and the Practice of Manufacturing and Distributing Coal Gas. By SAMUEL HUGHES, C.E. New Edition, revised by W. RICHARDS, C.E. Illustrated. 38.
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A SELECTION FROM WEALE'S SERIES.
WATER-WORKS, for the Supply of Cities and Towns.
TUBULAR & OTHER IRON GIRDER BRIDGES.
CIVIL ENGINEERING IN NORTH AMERICA, a Sketch of. By DAVID STEPHENSON, F.R.S.E., &c. Plates and Diagrams. 3s.
HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING, the Rudiments of. By G. R. BURNELL, F.G.S. Illustrated. 38.
RIVERS AND TORRENTS. With the Method of Regulating their Courses and Channels. By Professor PAUL FRISI, F.R.S., of Milan. To which is added, "AN ESSAY ON NAVIGABLE CANALS." Translated by Major-General GARSTIN, of the Bengal Engineers. Plates. 2s. 6d.
THE SLIDE RULE, AND HOW TO USE IT; containing full and easy Instructions, by C. HOARE, C.E. With a Slide Rule in Tuck of Cover. 38.
MATHEMATICAL INSTRUMENTS: their Construc-
ASTRONOMICAL INSTRUMENTS. Including Instruments used for determining the Geometrical Features of a Portion of Ground, and in Astronomical Observations. By J. F. HEATHER, M.A. Numerous Woodcuts. 18. 6d.
DICTIONARY OF TERMS used in Architecture, Building, and Engineering; Mining, Surveying, and Construction; Early and Ecclesiastical Art; the Fine Arts, &c. New Edition, revised and enlarged, by ROBERT HUNT, F.G.S. 58.
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