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Author: Morland, Samuel, Sir, 1625-1695.
Title: Hydrostaticks: or, Instructions concerning water-works. Collected out of the papers of Sir Samuel Morland. Containing the method which he made use of in this curious art.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Hydrostaticks: or, Instructions concerning water-works. Collected out of the papers of Sir Samuel Morland. Containing the method which he made use of in this curious art.
Morland, Samuel, Sir, 1625-1695., Morland, Joseph, 1670-1716,

London: printed for John Lawrence, at the Angel in the Poultrey, over against the Compter, 1697.
Alternate titles: Hydrostaticks. Instructions concerning water-works.
Notes:
"To the Reader" signed: Joseph Morland.
With five final pages of advertisements.
Copy cataloged stained, affecting title page and text.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Works. Selections.
Subject terms:
Hydraulic measurements -- Early works to 1800.
Mathematics -- Tables -- Early works to 1800.
Hydrostatics -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A51384.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE READER.
THE FIRST TABLE. A Table of Square Roots of all Numbers from 1 to 100.
The Ʋse of the foregoing TABLE. To find the Square Root of any given Number as far as Three Figures.
THE SECOND TABLE. A TABLE of Cube Roots, from 1 to 10, and then continued for every Tenth Number from 10 to 100.
The Ʋse of the Second TABLE. To find the Cubick Root of any given Number as far as Three Figures.
THE THIRD TABLE. A TABLE of Cube-Root-Inches, from a Pint to a Gallon, from a Gallon to a Barrel, from a Barrel to a Tun, from One Tun to Se∣venty, and from thence by Decimal Steps to 10000.
THE FOURTH TABLE. A TABLE shewing the true Content of Cubick Feet, (from 1 to 5) in Gallons and Cubick Inches, and (from 5 to 1000) in Barrels, Gallons, and Cubick In∣ches.
The several Ʋses of the Fourth TABLE.
First Use.
The Second Ʋse of the Fourth TABLE.
The Third Ʋse.
First Problem.
Second Problem.
THE FIFTH TABLE Giving the true Content in Cu∣bick Inches of Cylinders of different Diameters, from 1 to 12 Inclusive, and each of these Cylinders of a Foot or Twelve Inches in Height.
THE LAST TABLE. A most Excellent TABLE of POLIGONES from 3 to 80, Calculated to a Radus of 10,000,000, by that incomparable Master of Num∣bers, LUDOLPHUS A CULEN, Published Anno Dom. 1619.
The Ʋse of the TABLE of Polygones.
BOOKS Printed for John Law∣rence, at the Angel in the Poul∣trey.