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                             WEALE’S SERIES
                        SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL

    “It is not too much to say that no books have ever proved more
    popular with or more useful to young engineers and others than the
    excellent treatises comprised in WEALE’S SERIES.”—=Engineer.=

                         A New Classified List.


            CIVIL ENGINEERING AND SURVEYING                   2

            MINING AND METALLURGY                             3

            MECHANICAL ENGINEERING                            4

            NAVIGATION, SHIPBUILDING, ETC.                    5

            ARCHITECTURE AND BUILDING                         6

            INDUSTRIAL AND USEFUL ARTS                        9

            AGRICULTURE, GARDENING, ETC.                     10

            MATHEMATICS, ARITHMETIC, ETC.                    12



                        CROSBY LOCKWOOD AND SON,
                 7, STATIONERS’ HALL COURT, LONDON, E.C.


Civil Engineering.

By HENRY LAW, M.Inst.C.E. Including a Treatise on HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING
by G. R. BURNELL, M.I.C.E. Seventh Edition, revised, with LARGE ADDITIONS
by D. K. CLARK, M.I.C.E. =6/6=

Pioneer Engineering:

A Treatise on the Engineering Operations connected with the Settlement of
Waste Lands in New Countries. By EDWARD DOBSON, M.Inst.C.E. With numerous
Plates. Second Edition =4/6=

Iron Bridges of Moderate Span:

Their Construction and Erection. By HAMILTON W. PENDRED. With 40
Illustrations =2/0=

Iron and Steel Bridges and Viaducts.

A Practical Treatise upon their Construction for the use of Engineers,
Draughtsmen, and Students. By FRANCIS CAMPIN, C.E. With numerous
Illustrations =3/6=

Constructional Iron and Steel Work,

As applied to Public, Private, and Domestic Buildings. By FRANCIS CAMPIN,
C.E. =3/6=

Tubular and other Iron Girder Bridges.

Describing the Britannia and Conway Tubular Bridges. By G. DRYSDALE
DEMPSEY, C.E. Fourth Edition =2/0=

Materials and Construction:

A Theoretical and Practical Treatise on the Strains, Designing, and
Erection of Works of Construction. By FRANCIS CAMPIN, C.E. =3/0=

Sanitary Work in the Smaller Towns and in Villages.

By CHARLES SLAGG, Assoc. M.Inst.C.E. Third Edition =3/0=

Roads and Streets (The Construction of).

Revised by D. K. CLARK, C.E.; II. RECENT PRACTICE: Including Pavements of
Wood, Asphalte, &c. By D. K. CLARK, C.E. =4/6=

Gas Works (The Construction of),

And the Manufacture and Distribution of Coal Gas. By S. HUGHES, C.E.
Re-written by WILLIAM RICHARDS, C.E. Eighth Edition =5/6=

Water Works

For the Supply of Cities and Towns. With a Description of the Principal
Geological Formations of England as influencing Supplies of Water. By
SAMUEL HUGHES, F.G.S., C.E. Enlarged Edition =4/0=

The Power of Water,

As applied to drive Flour Mills, and to give motion to Turbines and other
Hydrostatic Engines. By JOSEPH GLYNN, F.R.S. New Edition =2/0=

Wells and Well-Sinking.

By JOHN GEO. SWINDELL, A.R.I.B.A., and G. R. BURNELL, C.E. Revised
Edition. With a New Appendix on the Qualities of Water. Illustrated =2/0=

The Drainage of Lands, Towns, and Buildings.

By G. D. DEMPSEY, C.E. Revised, with large Additions on Recent Practice,
by D. K. CLARK, M.I.C.E. Third Edition =4/6=

The Blasting and Quarrying of Stone,

For Building and other Purposes. With Remarks on the Blowing up of
Bridges. By Gen. Sir J. BURGOYNE, K.C.B. =1/6=

Foundations and Concrete Works.

With Practical Remarks on Footings, Planking, Sand, Concrete, Béton,
Pile-driving, Caissons, and Cofferdams. By E. DOBSON, M.R.I.B.A. Eighth
Edition =1/6=


Including Acoustics and the Phenomena of Wind Currents, for the Use of
Beginners. By CHARLES TOMLINSON, F.R.S. Fourth Edition =1/6=

Land and Engineering Surveying.

For Students and Practical Use. By T. BAKER, C.E. Eighteenth Edition,
Revised and Extended by F. E. DIXON, A.M.Inst.C.E., Professional
Associate of the Institution of Surveyors. With numerous Illustrations
and two Lithographic Plates [_Just published_ =2/0=

Mensuration and Measuring.

For Students and Practical Use. With the Mensuration and Levelling of
Land for the purposes of Modern Engineering. By T. BAKER, C.E. New
Edition by E. NUGENT, C.E. =1/6=



Rudiments of. By A. RAMSAY, F.G.S. Fourth Edition, revised and enlarged.
Woodcuts and Plates =3/6=

Coal and Coal Mining,

A Rudimentary Treatise on. By the late Sir WARINGTON W. SMYTH, F.R.S.
Eighth Edition, revised and extended by T. FORSTER BROWN. [_Just
published_ =3/6=

Metallurgy of Iron.

Containing Methods of Assay, Analyses of Iron Ores, Processes of
Manufacture of Iron and Steel, &c. By H. BAUERMAN, F.G.S. With numerous
Illustrations. Sixth Edition, revised and enlarged =5/0=

The Mineral Surveyor and Valuer’s Complete Guide.

By W. LINTERN. Fourth Edition, with an Appendix on Magnetic and Angular
Surveying =3/6=

Slate and Slate Quarrying:

Scientific, Practical, and Commercial. By D. C. DAVIES, F.G.S. With
numerous Illustrations and Folding Plates. Fourth Edition =3/0=

A First Book of Mining and Quarrying,

With the Sciences connected therewith, for Primary Schools and Self
Instruction. By J. H. COLLINS, F.G.S. Second Edition =1/6=

Subterraneous Surveying,

With and without the Magnetic Needle. By T. FENWICK and T. BAKER, C.E.
Illustrated =2/6=

Mining Tools.

Manual of. By WILLIAM MORGANS, Lecturer on Practical Mining at the
Bristol School of Mines =2/6=

Mining Tools, Atlas

Of Engravings to Illustrate the above, containing 235 Illustrations of
Mining Tools, drawn to Scale. 4to =4/6=

Physical Geology,

Partly based on Major-General PORTLOCK’S “Rudiments of Geology.” By RALPH
TATE, A.L.S., &c. Woodcuts =2/0=

Historical Geology,

Partly based on Major-General PORTLOCK’S “Rudiments.” By RALPH TATE,
A.L.S, &c. Woodcuts =2/6=

Geology, Physical and Historical.

Consisting of “Physical Geology,” which sets forth the Leading Principles
of the Science; and “Historical Geology,” which treats of the Mineral and
Organic Conditions of the Earth at each successive epoch. By RALPH TATE,
F.G.S. =4/6=


Practically Treated. By ALEXANDER WATT. Tenth Edition, enlarged and
revised, including the most Recent Processes =3/6=


The Workman’s Manual of Engineering Drawing.

By JOHN MAXTON, Instructor in Engineering Drawing, Royal Naval College,
Greenwich. Seventh Edition. 300 Plates and Diagrams =3/6=

Fuels: Solid, Liquid, and Gaseous.

Their Analysis and Valuation. For the Use of Chemists and Engineers. By
H. J. PHILLIPS, F.C.S., formerly Analytical and Consulting Chemist to the
Great Eastern Railway. Third Edition =2/0=

Fuel, Its Combustion and Economy.

Consisting of an Abridgment of “A Treatise on the Combustion of Coal and
the Prevention of Smoke.” By C. W. WILLIAMS, A.I.C.E. With Extensive
Additions by D. K. CLARK, M.Inst.C.E. Fourth Edition =3/6=

The Boilermaker’s Assistant

In Drawing, Templating, and Calculating Boiler Work, &c. By J. COURTNEY,
Practical Boilermaker. Edited by D. K. CLARK, C.E. =2/0=

The Boiler-Maker’s Ready Reckoner,

With Examples of Practical Geometry and Templating for the Use of
Platers, Smiths, and Riveters. By JOHN COURTNEY. Edited by D. K. CLARK,
M.I.C.E. Fourth Edition =4/0=

⁂ _The last two Works in One Volume, half-bound, entitled_ “THE
CLARK. _Price_ =7/0=.

Steam Boilers:

Their Construction and Management. By R. ARMSTRONG, C.E. Illustrated =1/6=

Steam and Machinery Management.

A Guide to the Arrangement and Economical Management of Machinery. By M.
POWIS BALE, M.Inst.M.E. =2/6=

Steam and the Steam Engine,

Stationary and Portable. Being an Extension of the Treatise on the Steam
Engine of Mr. J. SEWELL. By D. K. CLARK, C.E. Fourth Edition =3/6=

The Steam Engine,

A Treatise on the Mathematical Theory of, with Rules and Examples for
Practical Men. By T. BAKER, C.E. =1/6=

The Steam Engine.

By Dr. LARDNER. Illustrated =1/6=

Locomotive Engines,

By G. D. DEMPSEY, C.E. With large Additions treating of the Modern
Locomotive, by D. K. CLARK, M.Inst.C.E. =3/0=

Locomotive Engine-Driving.

A Practical Manual for Engineers in charge of Locomotive Engines. By
MICHAEL REYNOLDS. Tenth Edition. 3_s._ 6_d._ limp; cloth boards =4/6=

Stationary Engine-Driving.

A Practical Manual for Engineers in charge of Stationary Engines. By
MICHAEL REYNOLDS. Sixth Edition. 3_s._ 6_d._ limp; cloth boards =4/6=

The Smithy and Forge.

Including the Farrier’s Art and Coach Smithing. By W. J. E. CRANE. Fourth
Edition =2/6=

Modern Workshop Practice,

As applied to Marine, Land, and Locomotive Engines, Floating Docks,
Dredging Machines, Bridges, Ship-building, &c. By J. G. WINTON. Fourth
Edition, Illustrated =3/6=

Mechanical Engineering.

Comprising Metallurgy, Moulding, Casting, Forging, Tools, Workshop
Machinery, Mechanical Manipulation, Manufacture of the Steam Engine, &c.
By FRANCIS CAMPIN, C.E. Third Edition =2/6=

Details of Machinery.

Comprising Instructions for the Execution of various Works in Iron in the
Fitting-Shop, Foundry, and Boiler-Yard. By FRANCIS CAMPIN, C.E. =3/0=

Elementary Engineering:

A Manual for Young Marine Engineers and Apprentices. In the Form of
Questions and Answers on Metals, Alloys, Strength of Materials, &c. By J.
S. BREWER. Fourth Edition =1/6=

Power in Motion:

Horse-power Motion, Toothed-Wheel Gearing, Long and Short Driving Bands,
Angular Forces, &c. By JAMES ARMOUR, C.E. Third Edition =2/0=

Iron and Heat,

Exhibiting the Principles concerned in the Construction of Iron Beams,
Pillars, and Girders. By J. ARMOUR, C.E. =2/6=

Practical Mechanism,

And Machine Tools. By T. BAKER, C.E. With Remarks on Tools and Machinery,
by J. NASMYTH, C.E. =2/6=


Being a concise Exposition of the General Principles of Mechanical
Science, and their Applications. By CHARLES TOMLINSON, F.R.S. =1/6=

Cranes (The Construction of),

And other Machinery for Raising Heavy Bodies for the Erection of
Buildings, &c. By JOSEPH GLYNN, F.R.S. =1/6=


The Sailor’s Sea Book:

A Rudimentary Treatise on Navigation. By JAMES GREENWOOD, B.A. With
numerous Woodcuts and Coloured Plates. New and enlarged Edition. By W. H.
ROSSER =2/6=

Practical Navigation.

together with Mathematical and Nautical Tables for the Working of the
Problems, by HENRY LAW, C.E., and Prof. J. R. YOUNG =7/0=

Navigation and Nautical Astronomy,

In Theory and Practice. By Prof. J. R. YOUNG. New Edition =2/6=

Mathematical Tables,

For Trigonometrical, Astronomical, and Nautical Calculations; to which
is prefixed a Treatise on Logarithms. By H. LAW, C.E. Together with a
Series of Tables for Navigation and Nautical Astronomy. By Professor J.
R. YOUNG. New Edition =4/0=

Masting, Mast-Making, and Rigging of Ships.

Also Tables of Spars, Rigging, Blocks; Chain, Wire, and Hemp Ropes, &c.,
relative to every class of vessels. By ROBERT KIPPING, N.A. =2/0=

Sails and Sail-Making.

With Draughting, and the Centre of Effort of the Sails. By ROBERT
KIPPING, N.A. =2/6=

Marine Engines and Steam Vessels.

By R. MURRAY, C.E. Eighth Edition, thoroughly revised, with Additions by
the Author and by GEORGE CARLISLE, C.E. =4/6=

Naval Architecture:

An Exposition of Elementary Principles. By JAMES PEAKE =3/6=

Ships for Ocean and River Service,

Principles of the Construction of. By HAKON A. SOMMERFELDT =1/6=

Atlas of Engravings

To Illustrate the above. Twelve large folding Plates. Royal 4to, cloth

The Forms of Ships and Boats.

By W. BLAND. Ninth Edition, with numerous Illustrations and Models =1/6=


Constructional Iron and Steel Work,

As applied to Public, Private, and Domestic Buildings. By FRANCIS CAMPIN,
C.E. =3/6=

Building Estates:

A Treatise on the Development, Sale, Purchase, and Management of Building
Land. By F. MAITLAND. Third Edition =2/0=

The Science of Building:

An Elementary Treatise on the Principles of Construction. By E. WYNDHAM
TARN, M.A. Lond. Fourth Edition =3/6=

The Art of Building:

General Principles of Construction, Strength, and Use of Materials,
Working Drawings, Specifications, &c. By EDWARD DOBSON, M.R.I.B.A. =2/0=

A Book on Building,

Civil and Ecclesiastical. By Sir EDMUND BECKETT, Q.C. (Lord GRIMTHORPE).
Second Edition =4/6=

Dwelling-Houses (The Erection of),

Illustrated by a Perspective View, Plans, and Sections of a Pair of
Villas, with Specification, Quantities, and Estimates. By S. H. BROOKS,
Architect =2/6=

Cottage Building.

By C. BRUCE ALLEN. Eleventh Edition, with Chapter on Economic Cottages
for Allotments, by E. E. ALLEN, C.E. =2/0=

Acoustics in Relation to Architecture and Building:

The Laws of Sound as applied to the Arrangement of Buildings. By
Professor T. ROGER SMITH, F.R.I.B.A. New Edition, Revised =1/6=

The Rudiments of Practical Bricklaying.

General Principles of Bricklaying; Arch Drawing, Cutting, and Setting;
Pointing; Paving, Tiling, &c. By ADAM HAMMOND. With 68 Woodcuts =1/6=

The Art of Practical Brick Cutting and Setting.

By ADAM HAMMOND. With 90 Engravings =1/6=


A Practical Treatise, embodying the General and Higher Principles of
Bricklaying, Cutting and Setting; with the Application of Geometry to
Roof Tiling, &c. By F. WALKER =1/6=

Bricks and Tiles,

Rudimentary Treatise on the Manufacture of; containing an Outline of
the Principles of Brickmaking. By E. DOBSON, M.R.I.B.A. Additions by C.
TOMLINSON, F.R.S. Illustrated =3/0=

The Practical Brick and Tile Book.

Comprising: BRICK AND TILE MAKING, by E. DOBSON, M.INST.C.E.; Practical
pp. with 270 Illustrations, half-bound =6/0=

Carpentry and Joinery—

Standard Work of THOMAS TREDGOLD, C.E. With Additions, and TREATISE ON
JOINERY, by E. W. TARN, M.A. Seventh Edition =3/6=

Carpentry and Joinery—Atlas

Of 35 Plates to accompany and Illustrate the foregoing book. With
Descriptive Letterpress. 4to =6/0=

A Practical Treatise on Handrailing;

Showing New and Simple Methods. By GEO. COLLINGS. Second Edition,
Revised, including a TREATISE ON STAIRBUILDING. With Plates =2/6=

Circular Work in Carpentry and Joinery.

A Practical Treatise on Circular Work of Single and Double Curvature. By
GEORGE COLLINGS. Third Edition =2/6=

Roof Carpentry:

Practical Lessons in the Framing of Wood Roofs. For the Use of Working
Carpenters. By GEO. COLLINGS =2/0=

The Construction of Roofs of Wood and Iron;

Deduced chiefly from the Works of Robison, Tredgold, and Humber. By E.
WYNDHAM TARN, M.A., Architect. Third Edition =1/6=

The Joints Made and Used by Builders.

By WYVILL J. CHRISTY, Architect. With 160 Woodcuts =3/0=


And its Application: A Handbook for the Use of Students. By GEORGE H.
BLAGROVE. With 31 Illustrations =1/6=

The Timber Importer’s, Timber Merchant’s, and Builder’s Standard Guide.

By R. E. GRANDY =2/0=


A Text-Book to the Practice of the Art or Craft of the Plumber. With
Chapters upon House Drainage and Ventilation. By WM. PATON BUCHAN. Eighth
Edition, Re-written and Enlarged, with 500 Illustrations =3/6=


A Text Book to the Practice of the Art of Ventilating Buildings. By W. P.
BUCHAN, R.P., Author of “Plumbing,” &c. With 170 Illustrations =3/6=

The Practical Plasterer:

A Compendium of Plain and Ornamental Plaster Work. By W. KEMP =2/0=

House Painting, Graining, Marbling, & Sign Writing.

With a Course of Elementary Drawing, and a Collection of Useful Receipts.
By ELLIS A. DAVIDSON. Seventh Edition. Coloured Plates =5/0=

⁂ _The above, in cloth boards, strongly bound_, =6/0=.

A Grammar of Colouring,

Applied to Decorative Painting and the Arts. By GEORGE FIELD. New
Edition, enlarged, by ELLIS A. DAVIDSON. With Coloured Plates =3/0=

Elementary Decoration

As applied to Dwelling Houses, &c. By JAMES W. FACEY. Illustrated =2/0=

Practical House Decoration.

A Guide to the Art of Ornamental Painting, the Arrangement of Colours in
Apartments, and the Principles of Decorative Design. By JAMES W. FACEY.

⁂ _The last two Works in One handsome Vol., half-bound, entitled_ “HOUSE

Portland Cement for Users.

By HENRY FAIJA, A.M.Inst.C.E. Third Edition, Corrected =2/0=

Limes, Cements, Mortars, Concretes, Mastics, Plastering, &c.

By G. R. BURNELL, C.E. Fifteenth Edition =1/6=

Masonry and Stone-Cutting.

The Principles of Masonic Projection and their application to
Construction. By EDWARD DOBSON, M.R.I.B.A. =2/6=

Arches, Piers, Buttresses, &c.:

Experimental Essays on the Principles of Construction. By W. BLAND. =1/6=

Quantities and Measurements,

In Bricklayers’, Masons’, Plasterers’, Plumbers’, Painters’,
Paperhangers’, Gilders’, Smiths’, Carpenters’ and Joiners’ Work. By A. C.
BEATON =1/6=

The Complete Measurer:

Setting forth the Measurement of Boards, Glass, Timber and Stone. By R.
HORTON. Sixth Edition. =4/0=

⁂ _The above, strongly bound in leather, price_ =5/0=.


An Introduction to the Science of Optics. Designed for the Use of
Students of Architecture, Engineering, and other Applied Sciences. By E.
WYNDHAM TARN, M.A., Author of “The Science of Building,” &c. =1/6=

Hints to Young Architects.

By GEORGE WIGHTWICK, Architect. Sixth Edition, revised and enlarged by G.


The Orders and their Æsthetic Principles. By W. H. LEEDS. Illustrated


The History and Description of the Styles of Architecture of Various
Countries, from the Earliest to the Present Period. By T. TALBOT BURY,
F.R.I.B.A. Illustrated =2/0=



The Principles of Design in Architecture, as deducible from Nature and
exemplified in the Works of the Greek and Gothic Architects. By EDW. LACY
GARBETT, Architect. Illustrated =2/6=

⁂ _The three preceding Works in One handsome Vol., half bound, entitled_
“MODERN ARCHITECTURE,” _price_ =6/0=.

Perspective for Beginners.

Adapted to Young Students and Amateurs in Architecture, Painting, &c. By

Architectural Modelling in Paper.

By T. A. RICHARDSON. With Illustrations, engraved by O. JEWITT =1/6=

Glass Staining, and the Art of Painting on Glass.

From the German of Dr. GESSERT and EMANUEL OTTO FROMBERG. With an
Appendix on THE ART OF ENAMELLING =2/6=

Vitruvius—The Architecture of.

In Ten Books. Translated from the Latin by JOSEPH GWILT, F.S.A., F.R.A.S.
With 23 Plates =5/0=

_N.B.—This is the only Edition of_ VITRUVIUS _procurable at a moderate

Grecian Architecture,

An Inquiry into the Principles of Beauty in. With an Historical View of
the Rise and Progress of the Art in Greece. By the EARL OF ABERDEEN =1/0=

⁂ _The two preceding Works in One handsome Vol., half bound, entitled_
“ANCIENT ARCHITECTURE,” _price_ =6/0=.


Cements, Pastes, Glues, and Gums.

A Practical Guide to the Manufacture and Application of the various
Agglutinants required for Workshop, Laboratory, or Office Use. With
upwards of 900 Recipes and Formulæ. By H. C. STANDAGE =2/0=

Clocks and Watches, and Bells,

A Rudimentary Treatise on. By Sir EDMUND BECKETT, Q.C. (Lord GRIMTHORPE).
Seventh Edition =4/6=

The Goldsmith’s Handbook.

Containing full Instructions in the Art of Alloying, Melting, Reducing,
Colouring, Collecting and Refining, Recovery of Waste, Solders, Enamels.
&c., &c. By GEORGE E. GEE. Fifth Edition =3/0=

The Silversmith’s Handbook,

On the same plan as the GOLDSMITH’S HANDBOOK. By GEORGE E. GEE. Third
Edition =3/0=

⁂ _The last two Works, in One handsome Vol., half-bound_, =7/0=.

The Hall-Marking of Jewellery.

Comprising an account of all the different Assay Towns of the United
Kingdom; with the Stamps and Laws relating to the Standards and
Hall-Marks at the various Assay Offices. By GEORGE E. GEE =3/0=

French Polishing and Enamelling.

A Practical Work of Instruction, including numerous Recipes for making
Polishes, Varnishes, Glaze-Lacquers, Revivers, &c. By R. BITMEAD. [_Just
Published._ =1/6=

Practical Organ Building.

By W. E. DICKSON, M.A. Second Edition, Revised, with Additions =2/6=


A Practical Treatise. By JAMES W. BURGESS. With 57 Illustrations =2/6=

The Brass Founder’s Manual:

Instructions for Modelling, Pattern Making, Moulding, Turning, &c. By W.
GRAHAM =2/0=

The Sheet-Metal Worker’s Guide.

A Practical Handbook for Tinsmiths, Coppersmiths, Zincworkers, &c., with
46 Diagrams. By W. J. E. CRANE. Third Edition, revised =1/6=

Sewing Machinery:

Its Construction, History, &c. With full Technical Directions for
Adjusting, &c. By J. W. URQUHART, C.E. =2/0=

Gas Fitting:

A Practical Handbook. By JOHN BLACK. New Edition =2/6=

Construction of Door Locks.

From the Papers of A. C. HOBBS. Edited by C. TOMLINSON, F.R.S. =2/6=

The Model Locomotive Engineer, Fireman, and Engine-Boy.

Comprising an Historical Notice of the Pioneer Locomotive Engines and
their Inventors. By MICHAEL REYNOLDS =3/6=

The Art of Letter Painting made Easy.

By J. G. BADENOCH. With 12 full-page Engravings of Examples =1/6=

The Art of Boot and Shoemaking.

Including Measurement, Last-fitting, Cutting-out, Closing and Making. By
JOHN BEDFORD LENO. With numerous Illustrations. Fourth Edition =2/0=

Mechanical Dentistry:

A Practical Treatise on the Construction of the Various Kinds of
Artificial Dentures. By CHARLES HUNTER. Fourth Edition =3/0=

Wood Engraving:

A Practical and Easy Introduction to the Art. By W. N. BROWN =1/6=

Laundry Management.

A Handbook for Use in Private and Public Laundries. By the EDITOR of “The
Laundry Journal.” =2/0=


Draining and Embanking:

A Practical Treatise. By Prof. JOHN SCOTT. With 68 Illustrations =1/6=

Irrigation and Water Supply:

A Practical Treatise on Water Meadows, Sewage Irrigation, Warping, &c.;
on the Construction of Wells, Ponds, Reservoirs, &c. By Prof. JOHN SCOTT.
With 34 Illustrations =1/6=

Farm Roads, Fences, and Gates:

A Practical Treatise on the Roads, Tramways, and Waterways of the Farm;
the Principles of Enclosures; and the different kinds of Fences, Gates,
and Stiles. By Prof. JOHN SCOTT. With 75 Illustrations =1/6=

Farm Buildings:

A Practical Treatise on the Buildings necessary for various kinds of
Farms, their Arrangement and Construction, with Plans and Estimates. By
Prof. JOHN SCOTT. With 105 Illustrations =2/0=

Barn Implements and Machines:

Treating of the Application of Power and Machines used in the
Threshing-barn, Stockyard, Dairy, &c. By Prof. J. SCOTT. With 123
Illustrations. =2/0=

Field Implements and Machines:

With Principles and Details of Construction and Points of Excellence,
their Management, &c. By Prof. JOHN SCOTT. With 138 Illustrations =2/0=

Agricultural Surveying:

A Treatise on Land Surveying, Levelling, and Setting-out; with Directions
for Valuing Estates. By Prof. J. SCOTT. With 62 Illustrations =1/6=

Farm Engineering.

By Professor JOHN SCOTT. Comprising the above Seven Volumes in One, 1,150
pages, and over 600 Illustrations. Half-bound =12/0=

Outlines of Farm Management.

Treating of the General Work of the Farm; Stock; Contract Work; Labour,
&c. By R. SCOTT BURN =2/6=

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