Valgar and Decimal Frations;| cise; the Process of Gauging and Vla
quare and Cube Roots; the most ap- laging Casks by the Callipers, Bung
roved Methods of drawing Geome-Rod, and Head Rod, as conducted by
ical Figures; Mensuration
of Super. the Port Gaugers of the Excise and
cies and solids applied to Gauging in Customs; and likewise the Method of
1 its Departments; the Method of Gauging, Fixing, and Inching the Utena
ading the Contents of all the Cylin-sils of Victuallers, Common Brewers,
rical, Pyramidical, and Conical Uns Maltsters, Distillers, Soap-makers,
plas, that can possibly be formed, bystarch-makers, and Glass-makers, as
lacing Vessels in various Positions ;| practised by the Officers of the Excise,
le Method of Ganging, Ullaging, and in the United Kingdom of Great
ching Casks, as adopted in the Ex-Britain and Ireland.
BY A. NESBIT,
Master of the Commercial and Mathematical Academy
OXFORD ROAD, MANCHESTER ;
And Author of "A Complete Treatise on Practical Land Survey
18;" * A Treatise on Practical Mensuration; "A Key to the Mensura
tion;" “ An Introduction to Parsing, adapted to Xürray's
Grammar;" &c. &c.
The whole illustrated by six hundred and eighty Practical Examples, one
mered and eighty Wood Cuts, and numerous explanatory Notes and Odser-
tions; and adapted not only for the Use of Schools, but also for 0f-
ers of the Excise and Customs; and will be found particularly serviceable
Victuallers, Common Brewers, Maltsters, Distillers, Rectifiers, Wine-mer-
ants, Spirit-merchants, Innkeepers, Cider-makers, Vinegar-makers, Soap-
akers, Starch-makers, and Glass-makers.
Dedicated, by Permission, to the
HONOURABLE COMMISSIONERS OF THE EXCISE.
Printed by and for Thomas Wilson and Sons, High-Ousegate;
AND SOLD BY LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, AND BROW,X,
LONDON ; AND BY WILSON AND SONB, YORK.
Price Eight Shilling& Bound.