ting one foot as before in D, make a Mark on the left fide of the Line DE with the other; by your Field-Book you will find that at 41 foot diftance from D you had a Street both to the Right and Left; make a Mark to fignify the fame: Likewife you will by your Field-Book find that at 92 foot diftance from D, you had an Off-fet to the Right of 5 foot, take 5 from off your Scale of equal parts, and fetting one foot of your Compafles in the point. Y, with the other make a Mark on the right fide of the Line DE, and draw a Line from the Mark made at D, on the right fide of the Line DE, to the Mark laft made at length, until it doth interfect the Line that was drawn on the right fide of the Line CD: You will find by your Field-Book that at your Station E, the Off fet to the Left was 7 foot; this 7 foot take from off your Scale of equal parts, and fetting one foot of your Compaffes in the point E, with the other make a Mark on the left fide of the Line DE, and draw a Line from the Mark made on the left fide of the Line DE, at D; to this Mark laft drawn at length; you will find by your Field-Book that at 9 foot diftance from E towards F, you had an Off-let to the Right. 7 foot, and to the Lift 12 foot; therefore take 7 foot from your Scale of equal parts, and placing one foot of your Compaff's in the point H, with the other make a Mark on 7 on the right fide of the Line FE; and likewife take 12 from the fame Scale, and placing one foot of your Compaffes as before, in the point H, with the other make a Mark on the left fide of the Line FF, and draw a Line from the Mark that was made on the. left fide of the Line DE, at Y, to this Mark laft made; then because these two laft Offfets were the Corners of two Streets, make a Mark to fignify the fame; at 70 foot diftance from E towards F, the Off-fet to the Right was 7 foot, and to the L fr foot alio, take 7 foot from off your Scale of equal parts, and placing one foot of your Compaffes in the pont K, with the other make a Mark on each fide of the Line EF, and draw a Line from the Mark that was made on the right fide of the Line EF, at H, to the Mark that was laft made on the right fide of the Line EF at K; and draw a Line likewife from the Mark that was made on the left fide of the Line EF, at H, to the Mark that was laft made on the left fide of the Line EF, at K; then by your FieldBook you will find that at your Station F, your Off-fet to the Right was 5 foot; take5 from your Scale of equal parts, and placing one foot of your Compaffes in the. point F, with the other make a Mark on the right fide of the Line FA, and at 8 foot distance from F, you had alfo the Off-fet to the Left 7 foot, take 7 from off your Scale of equal parts, and placing one foot of your Compaffes in the point N, with the other make a Mark on the Left fide of the Line F A. At 67 Foot diftance from F, you had a Street to the Right and Left; therefore make a Mark to fignifie the fame; at 123 foot distance from F, towards A (by your Field-Book you will find) you had an Offfet to the Right 4 foot take ; 4. from off your Scale of equal parts, and placing one foot of your Compaffes in the point R, with the other make a Mark on the right fide of the Line FA, and draw a Line from the Mark that was made on the right fide of the Line FA, at the point N, to the point that was laft made, fo that the Line which you draw may interfect the Line which is drawn on the right fide of the Line EF, and the Line that is drawn on the right fide of the Line AB; then at the fame time you had an Off fet to the Left, of 5 foot; take S likewife from your Scale of equal parts, and placing one foot of your Compaffes in the point R, with the other make a Mark on the left fide of the LineFA,and draw a Line from the Mark that was mide on the left fide of the Line FA,at N,to the Mark that was last made on the left fide of the fame Line at R, thenhave you made an end of protracting your High Streets: In the fame manner you must protract your by Lanes and Streets. You muft likewife deal fo with all Alleys that are. Thorough fares. Your Your Streets and Lanes being thus protracted, you may proceed to the protracting and laying down the Ground-plot of the several Houses thereon, for the doing of which, it will be convenient that you have a small Scale that is actually divided into 50 equal parts in an Inch; then laying your Scale a long by the fide of the Line o e, and against the measured breadth of each Houfe, with your protracting pin make a Mark or Marks; then lay the Edge of your fmall Scale along the fide of the Line e S, and against the measure of each several House that is thereon, with your protracting.pin make a Mark, then lay your fmall Scale along the fide of the Line SQ, and finding by your Eye-draught that there is a Court or Yard, firft make a Mark against the measure of the feveral Houfes until you come to the Court or Yard, and then mark out the breadth of the Entrance thereof as you did the breadth of the Houfes; and likewife make Maks against the breadth of each House on the other fide of the Court allo; then laying your finall Ruler or Scale along the fide of the Line QO, againft the measure of the breadth of each feveral Houfe, with your protracting pin make a Mark. Having thus laid down the breadth of each several Houfe, the next thing you do lay down the depth of each House, and draw Lines in the fame manner as you fee thofe in the Fig. and fhadow them alfo as you fee that they may represent the Ground-plot of a Houle. When you come to protract the Court, Jay your Eye-draught before you, and draw the bending and turning according to difcretion, laying down the measure of each feve ral House that is therein, as you did in the Streets; you muft alfo protract the Yards or Gardens that are behind the Houfes, with the turnings and windings thereof accord, ingly as you take them. Note, That when you take the Ground plot of any Church, you must be very exact in taking the Buttreffes, and the Steeple, and every one of the Pillars, and protract or lay them down in the fame form and meafure as you found them ftanding, and fhadow them very deep, that they may be known to be Churches. You must likewife ufe the like exactness in measuring and protracting Halls, Inns of Court, Colledges, and all eminent Houfes, and fhadow them accordingly, |