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- "Celerity" reckoners for the dairying industry, No. 1, Cream : tables for calculation the butterfat content of 1 to 4,000lbs cream at tests from 25% to 55%
- 0123456789 : numbers in graphic design
- A Caveat for the borower, or, A Perfect table of usurie : shewing how much the principall summe, with the interest, and interest vpon interest, from one pound to a thousand, amounteth vnto yearely for twentie one yeares, after the rate of ten in the hundred
- A Compleat pocket-book : containing tables of interest, after the rate of three, four and a half, five, six, seven and eight pounds per cent. per annum, from one thousand pounds to one shilling, from one day for any summ or time to the thousand part of a penny : exactly computed, for the use of the Bank of England and also for any person that hath bills or tallies to discompt
- A Generall bill for this present yeere, ending the 16 of December 1630
- A Table of the severall scantlings & sorts of tymber that shall bee vsed in ye future buildings of all edifices within the citty of London and liberties thereof : agreed upon by the lord maior, aldermen, & cÃµmons of the said citty in cÃµmon councell assembled as a rule for those that are to build, and a direction for those that are minded to furnish tymber for that service
- A beginner's guide to the periodic table
- A book containing tables; : for finding out the exchange of money and annualrents [sic] for days, months and years. With a further description of the various uses of the saids [sic] tables.
- A canon of triangles: or A table of artificiall sines, tangents, and secants, : drawne from the logarithmes of the lord of Merchistone. : Whereby all sphericall triangles are most easily resolued by addition and subraction onely
- A canon of triangles: or, The tables, of sines, tangents, and secants, the radius asumed to be 100000
- A chorologicall discourse of the vvell ordering, disposing, and gouerning of an honorable estate or reuennue : Briefely describing the duties of diuers officers therein to be imployed: for the better preseruing, improuing and augmenting of the same. Together with certaine briefe and necessary tables for the valuation of leases, annuities, and purchases, either in present or in reuersion. Written by T. C. Gent
- A chorologicall discourse of the well ordering, disposing and gouerning of an honorable estate or reuennue : briefly describing the duties of diuers officers therein to be imployed: for the better preseruing, improuing, and augmenting of the same. Together with certaine briefe and necessarie tables for the valuation of leases, annuities, and purchases, either in present or in reuersion. Written by Tho: Clay Gent
- A collection of centers and useful proportions on the line of numbers
- A comprehensive guide to the hazardous properties of chemical substances
- A correct tide table, shewing the true time of the high-waters at London-Bridg, to every day in the year, 1683
- A correct tide table, shewing the true time of the high-waters at London-Bridg, to every day in the year, 1684
- A description of the admirable table oe [sic] logarithmes : with a declaration of the most plentiful, easy, and speedy vse thereof in both kindes of trigonometrie, as also in all mathematicall calculations
- A description of the admirable table of logarithmes : with a declaration of the most plentifull, easie, and speedy vse thereof in both kinds of trigonometry, as also in all mathematicall calculations. Inuented and published in Latine by that honourable Lord Iohn Nepair, Baron of Marchiston, and translated into English by the late learned and famous mathematician, Edward Wright. With an addition of the instrumentall table to finde the part proportionall, intended by the translator, and described in the end of the booke by Henrie Brigs geometry-reader at Gresham-house in London. All perused and approued by the authour, and published since the death of the translator. Whereunto is added new rules for the ease of the student
- A field guide for human skeletal identification
- A full and perfect account of the sizes and lengths of riggins for all His Majesties ships and frigats : as also, proportions of boat-swains, and carpenters, stores of all kinds for eight months sea-service, on the coast of England. Also a particular list of those ships, whose names have been changed since His Majesties blessed return. With an index, discovering each particular, as it was presented to His Royal Highness, the Duke of York. By E.H. Esq; As also directions to all merchants, ship-carpenters, and others, in the building, furnishing, and fitting out greater or lesser vessels, according to their severall proportions. Published for the benefit of this kingdome
- A general bill of all the christnings and burials, from the 16. of December, 1684. to the 15. of December, 1685. According to the report made to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty: by the Company of Parish-Clerks of London, &c.
- A generall bill for this present year, ending the 19 of December 1665. according to the report made to the Kings most excellent Majesty : By the Company of Parish Clerks of London, &c
- A help to calculation, or, Two tables : the one of decimal numbers and the other of their logarithmes for the ready converting of sexagenary tables into decimal and the contrary ... : as also tables of declination, right and oblique ascensions, ascensional difference, and other tables of the primum mobile for the speedy and exact effecting of a figure .
- A mathematical compendium; or, Useful practices in arithmetick, geometry, and astronomy, geography and navigation, embattelling, and quartering of armies, fortification and gunnery, gauging and dyalling : Explaining the logarithms, with new indices; Nepair's rods or bones; making of movements, and the application of pendulums: with the projection of the sphere for an universal dyal, &c. Collected out of the notes and papers of Sir Jonas Moore. By Nicholas Stephenson
- A meditation meete for a Christian every day: or an epitome of promises for the saints svpport in time of trovble.
- A more exact way to delineate the plot of any spacious parcel of land : as baronies, parishes, and town-lands, as also of rivers, harbours and loughs, &c. than is as yet in practice : also a method or form of keeping the field-book, and how to cast up the superficial content of a plot most exactly
- A nevv booke of gauging : Very usefull and necessary for all vintners, salters, bruers, coopers, and all others that deale in liquid commodities, in all cities, and townes through-out the whole kingdome. Whereby any one that can but adde and subtract may (by a ruler of foure foote long, having one side divided into inches, and each inch divided into ten parts) very easily and exactly gauge any wine, oile, ale or beere vessell, according to that taught by that famous geometrician of worthie memorie, M. Henry Briggs in his treatise of Arithmetica logarithmica. By Henry Bond, practitioner in the mathematicks, and reader of navigation to the mariners of the Kings Maiesties Navy at Chattam
- A perfect and most usefull table to compute the year of our Lord : with the several years of the Kings reigns, beginning with Henry the eight, which is 150 years since, whereby the true date of any deed since that time may presently be found out with much facility, and undoubted certainty. Also, to know the county dayes for each county in England for this year, and which hereby may be known for ever, because they are and must be constantly kept that day month in each county, London onely excepted, as underneath appears
- A plaine and perfect tvvo-fold table readily shewing the interest of monyes, after the rate of 10 or 8 l. for thevse [sic] of 100 l. for a yeere : most necessary aswell [sic] for the borrower as the lender
- A president for purchasers, sellers and mortgagers, or, Anatocisme (commonly called compound interest) made easie, without arithmetical calculation : by a table ready computed, by which may be known the real worth of any annuity, rent or pension, either in present possession or in reversion (to be paid annually) at six pounds in the
- A regiment for the sea : Containing very necessarie matters for all sorts of men and trauailers: Whereunto is added an hydrographicall discourse touching the fiue seuerall passages into Cattay: written by William Borne. Corrected and amended by Thomas Hood, D. in Physicke, who hath added a new regiment and a table of declination vvith the mariners guide, and a perfect sea card thereunto belonging
- A regiment for the sea : containing verie necessarie matters for all sorts of men and trauailers; whereunto is added an hydrographicall discourse touching the fiue seuerall passages to Cattay; written by William Borne
- A regiment for the sea : containing verie necessarie matters for all sorts of men and trauailers; wherevnto is added an hydrographicall discourse touching the fiue seuerall passages to Cattay, written by William Borne
- A regiment for the sea : containing very necessarie matters for all sorts of sea-men and trauailers, as masters of ships, pilots, marriners [and] marchants. Newly corrected and amended by the author. Where-vnto is added a hydrographicall discourse to goe vnto Cattay, fiue seuerall wayes: written by William Bourne
- A regiment for the sea : containing very necessary matters for all sorts of men and trauailers: whereunto is added an hydrographicall discourse, touching the fiue seuerall passages into Cattay. Written by William Borne. Whereunto is added a new regiment, a table of declination, the mariners guide, with a perfect sea card thereunto belonging, by Thomas Hood, D. in Physicke
- A regiment for the sea : containing very necessary matters for all sorts of men and travailers: whereunto is added an hydrographicall discourse, touching the fiue severall passages into Cattay. Written by William Borne. Whereunto is added a new regiment, a table of declination, the Mariners Guide, with a perfect Sea Card thereto belonging, by Thomas Hood D. In Phisicke
- A regiment for the sea : conteining very necessary matters, for all sorts of sea-men and trauailers, as masters of ships, pilots, mariners & marchaunts. Newly corrected and amended by the author. Where-vnto is added a hidrographicall discourse to goe vnto Cattay, fiue seuerall wayes Written by VVilliam Bourne
- A regiment for the sea : conteyning most profitable rules, mathematical experiences, and perfect knovvledge of nauigation, for all coastes and countreys: most needefull and necessarie for all seafaring men and trauellers, as pilotes, mariners, marchants. [et] c. Exactly deuised and made by VVilliam Bourne
- A regiment for the sea : conteynyng most profitable rules, mathematical experiences, and perfect knowledge of nauigation, for all coastes and countreys: most needful and necessary for al seafaryng men and trauellers, as pilotes, mariners, marchaunts. &c. Exactly deuised and made, by William Bourne
- A regiment for the sea, and other writings on navigation
- A regiment for the sea. : Contayning very necessarie matters for all sorts of men and trauailers: : whereunto is added an hydrographicall discourse touching the fiue seuerall passages into Cattay.
- A regular and easie table of natural contractions by the persons, moods, and tenses; : each character made from the alphabet, & vowels places, the like never done by any other hand.
- A survey of European astronomical tables in the late Middle Ages
- A table from the beginning of the world to this day : Wherein is declared in what yeere of the world every thing was done, both in the Scriptures mentioned, and also in prophane matters. Written by that worthy member of the church of God, M. Iohn More preacher at Norwich. Seene and allowed by publike authoritie
- A table of interest, as allowed by law to be taken by pawnbrokers, for money lent on goods.
- A table of the suns true place, right-ascension, and declination, for the present and next ensuing times : made according to many exact observations of the sunne, taken in severall years last past in the Somer Islands, in the latitude of 32 deg. 20 min., finding the suns greatest declination not to exceed 23 de. 30 m.
- A table of the value of bullion (in standart silver) : according to the several deniers and grains of finess, and the ordinary denominations of weights, by which merchants and others may know what weight of coyned money of standart fineness they are to get out, when their bulzeon given in to th mint doth arise above, or fall below the standart fineness, which is 11 deniers 2 grains
- A table of the value of bullion in Scots money, : according to the several deniers and grains of finess, and the ordinary denominations of weights, by which merchants and others may know what coyned money they are to get out, when their bulzeon doth arise above, or fall below the standart
- A table shewing the distances betweene all the cities and shire townes of England, that are comprehended in the same
- A table to know what a hundred waight commeth to from a farthing the pound, to 2'-6d the pound.
- A tale of seven elements
- A true copy of the ordinance made in the time of king Henry the .vi. to be obserued in ye kinges escheker, by the offycers and clerkes there for takynge of fees of the kynges accomptauntes
- Accompts of merchandise ready computed. : As also tables for the speedy measuring of timber, boord, glasse and land, resolving any question in division or rules of fellowship, and for buying or selling by the hundred weight.
- Accompts of merchandize ready computed. : With tables for the easie and speedy measuring of timber, boards, glass, and land: resolving any question in buying and selling, by the pound or hundreds. With the manner of making a square battalion of any number of men from 100 to 40000. Foreign coins and measures brought to our own, all per[f]orm'd at sight.
- An Ephemeris or diary : shewing the interest and rebate of money at 6 percentum, according unto simple and compound interest, for every day in the year : together with other tables shewing the increase and rebate of money and annuities by years, halfs and quarters at the aforesaid rate in pounds and decimal parts of a pound according to compound interest
- An abstract of timber-measures : Wherein is contained the true content of the most timber trees within the realme of England, which vsually are to be bought and sold. Drawne into a briefe method by way of arithmeticke, and contriued into such a forme, that the most simple man in the world, if he doe but know figures in their places, may vnderstand it, and by the due obseruing of it, shall be made able to buy or sell with any man, be he neuer so skilfull, without danger of beeing deceiued. By C.L. of Sherborne in the countie of Dorset, Gent. .
- An account of the acres & houses, with the proportional tax &c. of each county in England and Wales : humbly presented to the Lords and Commons
- An account of the acres & houses, with the proportional tax, &c. of each county in England and Wales, : humbly presented to the Lords and Commons
- An admonition to all such as shall intende hereafter to enter the state of matrimony : godly, and agreeably to lawes. Fyrste, that they contract not to suche persons as be hereafter expressed, nor with any of like degree, against the lawe of God and the lawes of the realm. Secondly, that they make no secrete contractes without consente and counsaile of theire parents or elders, vnder whose authoritie they bee: contery to Gods lawes and mans ordinaunces. Thirdly, that they contract not a new with any other vpon diuorse [and] separation made by the judge for a time, the lawes yet standing to the contrary. Set forth by the moste reuerende father in God, Matthew, Archbyshop of Canterbury, primate of all Englande, and metropolitane
- An appendix to Astronomia Carolina ...
- An arithmetical extraction: or, A collection of eight hundred questions with their answers
- An epitome of navigation : containing the doctrin of plain & spherical triangles, and their use and application in plain sailing, mercator's sailing, and great circle sailing ... : together with tables of the sun and stars ... of the latitude and longitude of places, of meridional parts : likewise a traverse-table ... and the logarithm sines and tangents ...
- An epitome of the art of navigation
- An exact table of the weights of gold and silver : Containing, I. the value of any quantity of silver, from 1 grain to 200000 ounces, at 5s. 2d. 5s. 4d. 5s. 6d. and 5s. 8d. per ounce Troy. II. The value of any quantity of gold, from 1 grain to 40 pound weight, at 4l. 2s. per ounce, may be known by inspection. III. The true weight that any summ of our new mill'd money ought to weigh, according to the standard rate of 62 shillings, being a pound Troy for weight, and 11 ounces 2 penny-weight for fineness: as also, how much silver, at 5s. 2d. per ounce, will pay any summ under 1000 l. IV. The weight of a true guinea; 22 shillings, or 20 shillings broad gold; as also the French and Spanish pistole. Adapted to the use of such as deal in plate or money, and may (at this time) be usefull for the whole nation to set up in their studies, shops, ware-houses, or compting-houses. Calculated by Edw. Hatton, Gent. Author of The Merchant's Magazine
- An excellent table for the finding the periferies, or circumferences of all elleipses [sic] or ovals : so near the truth as any mechanical practice can require
- An idea of geography and navigation : containing easie rules for finding the latitude and difference of longitude of places by observation of the sun, moon and stars ... : also, tables of the sun's declinaision and right ascension for ever, navigation
- An institution trigonometricall : VVherein demonstratively and perspicuously is exhibited the doctrine of the dimension of plain and sphericall triangles after the most exact and compendious way by tables both of sines, tangents, secants; and logarithmes. By Henry Gellibrand professor of astronomy in Gresham Colledge
- An institution trigonometricall. : Wherein demonstratively and perspicuously is exhibited the doctrine of the dimension of plain and spherical triangles : after the most exact and compendious way, by tables both of sines, tangents, secants, and logarithms. With the application thereof in questions of astronomie and navigation.
- An interest-book : at 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 per C. from 1000l. to 1l. for 1 day to 92 days, and for 3, 6, 9, 12 months. Exactly examined by John Castaing
- Angelus solis et lunÃ¦; or astronomical calculations from the Caroline tables : lately published by the author with astrological predictions thereon for the year of Christ, 1661 also a calendar, with the motions and aspects of the planets, from the best ephemerides extant. Referred to the zenith of the famous City of London, but reducible & useful unto all parts
- Arithmetica logarithmica sive Logarithmorum chiliades triginta, pro numeris naturali serie crescentibus ab unitate ad 20,000: et a 90,000 ad 100,000 : Quorum ope multa perficiuntur arithmetica problemata et geometrica. Hos numeros primus invenit clarissimus vir Iohannes Neperus baro Merchistonij: eos autem ex eiusdem sententia mutavit, eorumque ortum et vsum illustravit Henricus Briggius, in celeberrima Academia Oxoniensi geometriÃ¦ professor Savilianus
- Arithmeticall questions, touching the buying or exchange of annuities; : taking of leases for fines, or yearly rent; purchase of fee-simples; dealing for present or future possessions; and other bargains and accounts, wherein allowance for disbursing or forbearance of mony is intended: briefly resolved, by meanes of certain breviats.
- Astronomia Carolina : a new theorie of the cÅ“lestial motions : composed according to the best observations and most rational grounds of art, yet far more easie, expedite and perspicuous than any before extant : with exact and most easie tables thereunto, and precepts for the calculation of eclipses, &c.
- Astronomia Carolina. : A new theorie of the coelestial motions. Composed according to the best observations and most rational grounds of art. Yet far more easie, expedite and perspicuous than any before extant. With exact and most easie tables thereunto, and precepts for the calculation of eclipses, &c.
- Astronomia Carolina. : A new theorie of the coelestial motions. Composed according to the best observations and most rational grounds of art. Yet farre more easie, expedite and perspicuous then any before extant. With exact and most easie tables thereunto, and precepts for the calculation of eclipses, &c.
- Astronomia anglicana : containing an absolute and entire piece of astronomy : wherein is succinctly handled the trigonometrical part, generally propounded, and particularly apply'd in all questions tending to diurnal motion, especially respecting the main doctrine of the second motions of the luminaries, and the other planets, together with their affections, as eclipses, &c. : composed according to the best observations, and grounded upon the most rational hypothesis yet constituted : with new, facile, and most exact tables, whereby the planets places may speedily by attained both in longitude and latitude for any time past, present, or to come and precepts for calculating eclipses, yet far more easie, expedite and perspicuous than any heretofore extant : fitted to the meridian of the most famous and ancient metropolis London, and chiefly intended for the use of our English nation, and especially mariners
- Astronomia anglicana : containing an absolute and entire piece of astronomy. Wherein is succinctly handled the trigonometrical part, generally propounded, and particularly apply'd in all questions tending to diurnal motion, especially respecting the main doctrine of the second motions of the luminaries, and the other planets; together with their affections, as eclipses, &c. Composed according to the best observations, and grounded upon the most rational hypothesis yet constituted. With new, facile, and most exact tables, whereby the planets places may speedily be attained, both in longitude and latitude for any time past, present, or to come; and precepts for calculating eclipses, yet far more easie, expedite and perspicuous than any heretofore extant. Fitted to the meridian of the most famous and ancient metropolis London, and chiefly intended for the use of our English nation. By Nicholas Greenwood, ... and professor of physick
- Atomic data and nuclear data tables
- Aylward and Findlay's SI chemical data
- Basic and advanced statistical tests : writing results sections and creating tables and figures
- Bowes & Church's food values of portions commonly used
- Briefe, easie, and necessary tables : for the valuation of leases, annuities, and purchases, either in present, or in reuersion, according to the rates now most in vse. Together with a chorologicall discourse of the well ordering, disposing, and gouerning of an honorable estate or reuennue. ... Written by Tho: Clay Surueyor, and student in the mathematickes
- Briefe, easie, and necessary tables, of interest and rents forborne : as also, for the valuation of leases, annuities, and purchases, either in present, or in reuersion, according to the rates now most in vse. Together with a chorologicall discourse of the well ordering, disposing, and gouerning of an honorable estate or reuennue. ... Written by Tho: Clay surueyor, and student in the mathematickes
- By the King : the Kings most excellent Maiestie hauing of late published a proclamation for raising of the prices of his coynes of gold .
- CRC handbook of avian body masses
- CRC handbook of engineering tables
- CRC handbook of fundamental spectroscopic correlation charts
- CRC handbook of fundamental spectroscopic correlation charts
- CRC handbook of proximate analysis tables of higher plants
- CRC standard mathematical tables and formulae
- CRC standard mathematical tables and formulae
- CRC standard mathematical tables and formulas
- CRC standard probability and statistics tables and formulae
- CRC standard probability and statistics tables and formulae
- Calorie counter
- Canon triangulorum logarithmicus, or, A table of artificial sines and tangents to every degree and minute of the quadrant : the common radius being 10,000000
- Canon triangulorum, or Tables of artificiall sines and tangents, to a radius of 10000,0000 parts, and each minute of the quadrant. By Edm. Gunter Professor of Astronomie in Gresham College
- Canon triangulorum, sive TabulÃ¦ sinuum & tangentium artificialium, ad radium 10000,0000, & ad scrupula prima quadrantis. Per Edm. Gunter professorem astronomiÃ¦ in Collegio Greshamensi
- Canon triangulorum, sive TabulÃ¦ sinuum et tangentium artificialium ad radium 10000.0000. & ad scrupula prima quadrantis. Per Edm: Gunter, professorem astronomiÃ¦ in Collegio Greshamensi
- Children's deferred insurance : C.D.A. Premoium rates, 1 January 1960
- Chronological tables : containing the successions of all ye popes, emperours, & kings, which have reign'd in Europe, from ye nativity of our Saviour to ye year 1688 ...
- Collins gem decimal reckoner
- Comes commercii: or, The trader's companion : Containing I. An exact and usefull table, shewing the value of any quantity of any commodity ready cast up, more adapted to merchants use than any other extant; which is demonstrated by 14 examples relating chiefly to buying and selling. II. A table calculated for universal use, which use is shewn in the solution of questions, in multiplication, division, reduction, merchandizing, and measuring all kind of superficies's and solids, or gauging vessels and casks. ... To which is added, a supplement concerning simple and compound interest, with tables thereof, and the use and manner of calculating the same; and to make up accompts of mortgages, where the mortgagee has receiv'd, the rent, &c. The whole adapted to the use of merchants, and traders, lawyers, surveyers, and measurers of building, &c. By Edw. Hatton, philomercat
- Concepts of pattern grading : techniques for manual and computer grading
- Coniugaisons Francois-Angloises mises en lumiere
- Decimal arithmetick : wherein the whole art is made easy to any indifferent capacity. By notation, addition, substraction, multiplication, and division. With several variations. Also, reduction, with the golden rule, or rule of three, shewing several wayes of measuring circles, globes, balls or cylinders, &c. and to find the solid content of any butt, pipe or cask cones and their frustums, with several waies of measuring taper timber. To which is added the description of a very easy instrument for the taking of any heights or distances without geometry or trigonometry, scale compasses or line of cords, only counting the divisions of the instrument, with the explanation of the multiplication of decimal or vulgar fractions, the rules of practise in decimals and so plain a way of extracting the square root almost as easy division. Also an essay to gunnery, shewing several waies of finding any inaccessible distance of altitude, within common sight, with very many things never before made publick, of which you m
- ECG in the child and adolescent : normal standards and percentile charts
- Electronics calculations data handbook
- Elementary statistics tables
- Enchiridion arithmeticon, or A manuel of millions : containing therein mens accompts ready computed, or made vp. Whereby they may suddenly know the true value of any commodity, at any price whatsoever. And how to resolve many millions of questions, either in reduction, or the golden-rule, without any use of multiplication or division. In so plain a maner that an ordinary capacity may perceive, and after such an infallible way, as no doubt can (justly) be made thereof. For ease and expedition the like hath not bin published
- Engineering formulas
- England an intended guyde, for English travailers : Shewing in generall, how far one citie, & many shire-townes in England, are distant, from other. Together, with the shires in perticular: and the cheife townes in euery of them. With a generall table, of the most principall townes in Wales. Inuented & collected, by Iohn Norden
- Englands golden treasury, or, The true vade mecum : being the most necessary and useful pocket-companion ever published : for the use and advantage of gentlemen, tradesmen, and others : furnished with variety of tables of accompt, trade, merchandize, merchants goods, weights and measures of all kinds ... : choice precedents of bills, bonds, and all manner of useful writings, with many other things very useful, profitable and necessary
- Essays on Medieval computational astronomy
- Essential facts and tables
- Examen astronomiÃ¦ CarolinÃ¦: T.S. or, a short mathematicall discourse : containing, some animadversions upon Mr. Thomas Streetes astronomicall tables of the cÅ“lestial motions wherein his errours and mistakes are clearly detected, and the author hereof justly vindicated from his unjust aspersions. (In an appenidx to the said astronomical treatise.) By Vincent Wing, mathemat
- Exchanges ready computed: viz. sterling money to Flemish: and Flemish money to sterling
- Factorials from 1! to 10000!
- Forest mensuration : a handbook for practitioners
- Formulas and calculations for drilling operations
- Formulas for stress, strain, and structural matrices
- Four tables of accompts ready cast up : the first shewing from one pound to an 100 pound by the year what it amounts unto by the day, week, month, quarter, and half-year : the second sheweth from one farthing to twenty shillings by the day, what it amounts unto by the week, month, quarter and year : the third shews the simple interest of any sum of money from 20 shillings to a 1000 l. for either 1, 2, 3, 6, 9 months or a year at 6 l. per cent : the fourth shews what any free-land or leases of houses for any number of years is worth in ready money
- General depreciation rates
- Glycaemic glucose equivalents in New Zealand foods
- Handbook of basic tables for chemical analysis
- Handbook of basic tables for chemical analysis
- Handbook of basic tables for chemical analysis
- Handbook of biochemistry and molecular biology
- Handbook of mathematical formulas and integrals
- Handbook of mathematical formulas and integrals
- Handbook of mathematical functions with formulas, graphs, and mathematical tables
- Handbook of photochemistry
- Handbook of photochemistry
- Handbook of vapor pressure., Volume 4, Inorganic compounds and elements
- Hodder's decimal arithmetick: or, A plain and more methodical way of teaching the said art : than hath hitherto been publish'd. Also, tables of interest upon interest, with the value of all sorts of purchases at any rates, from 5 to 12 per cent. Of rebate, resolving any question by ocular view. Likewise the true use of the said tables. By James Hodder, late writing-master in Lothbury, London, now keeper of a boarding-school in Bromely by Bow
- How to cope with statistics : Study and writing aids for advanced learners
- Human longevity, individual life duration, and the growth of the oldest-old population
- 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
- Immune reactions : headlines, overviews, tables and graphics
- Interest epitomized : both compound and simple : very useful for every one that lendeth or borroweth and for purchasing and selling of annuities or pensions and leases in reversion : whereunto is added a short appendix for the solution of adfected equations in numbers by approachment, performed by logarithms
- Interest epitomized, both compound and simple. : Very useful for every one that lendeth or borroweth; and for purchasing and selling of annuities or pensions, and leases in reversion. Whereunto is added, a short appendix for the solution of adfected equations in numbers by approachment: performed by logarithms
- International critical tables of numerical data, physics, chemistry and technology
- International tables for crystallography
- Johannis Wallis S.T.D. geometriÃ¦ professoris Saviliani, in celeberrima Academia Oxoniensi, Operum mathematicorum : volumen tertium. Quo continentur Claudii PtolemÃ¦i Porphyrii Manuelis Bryennii harmonica: Archimedis arenarius, & dimensio circuli; cum Eutocii commentario: Aristarchi Samii, de magnitudinibus & distantiis solis & lunÃ¦, liber: Pappi Alexandrini, libri secundi collectaneorum, hactenus disiderati, fragmentum: GrÃ¦ce & Latine edita, cum notis. Accedunt epistolÃ¦ nonnullÃ¦, rem mathematicam spectantes; et opuscula quÃ¦dam miscellanea
- Johnsons arithmetick in two books. : The first of vulgar arithmetick ... The second of decimal arithmetick ...
- Journal of physical and chemical reference data
- La conjugaison pour tous : dictionnaire de 12,000 verbes
- Life tables
- List of MAK and BAT Values 2012 : maximum concentrations and biologial tolerance values at the workplace
- List of MAK and BAT Values 2014 : maximum concentrations and biological tolerance values at the workplace
- List of MAK and BAT values 2013 : maximum concentrations and biological tolerance values at the workplace
- List of MAK and BAT values 2015
- List of MAK and BAT values 2016 : maximum concentrations and biological tolerance values at the workplace
- List of MAK and BAT values 2017 : maximum concentrations and biological tolerance values at the workplace
- Logarithmicall arithmetike. Or Tables of logarithmes for absolute numbers from an unite to 100000 : as also for sines, tangentes and secantes for every minute of a quadrant: with a plaine description of their use in arithmetike, geometrie, geographie, astronomie, navigation, &c. These numbers were first invented by the most excellent Iohn Neper Baron of Marchiston, and the same were transformed, and the foundation and use of them illustrated with his approbation by Henry Briggs Sir Henry Savile Professor of Geometrie in the Vniversitie of Oxford. The uses whereof were written in Latin by the author himselfe, and since his death published in English by diverse of his friends according to his mind, for the benefit of such as understand not the Latin tongue
- Logarithmotechnia, or, The construction, and use of the logarithmeticall tables; : by the help of which, multiplication is performed by addition, division by subtraction, the extraction of the square root by bipartition, and of the cube root by tripartition, &c. : Finally, the golden rule, and the resolution of triangles, as well right lined, as sphericall by addition and substraction.
- London's dreadful visitation, or, A collection of all the bills of mortality for this present year : beginning the 20th of December, 1664, and ending the 19th of December following : as also the general or whole years bill : according to the report made to the King's Most Excellent Majesty
- Mastering the irregular verbs and modals
- Mathematical tables and aids to computation : a quarterly journal
- Mathematics handbook : for science and engineering
- McCance and Widdowson's the composition of foods
- Medicinal plants : culture, utilization, and phytopharmacology
- Mini table des radionuclÃ©ides 2007
- Mirifici logarithmorum canonis descriptio, ejusque usus, in utraque trigonometria : vt etiam in omni logistica mathematica, amplissimi, facillimi, & expeditissimi explicatio, accesserunt opera postuma ...
- Mouse genome
- Mr. Blundevil his exercises : contayning eight treatises, the titles whereof are set down in the next printed page : which treatises are very necessary to be read and learned of all young gentlemen, that have not been exercised in such disciplines, and yet are desirous to have knowledge as well in cosmographie, astronomie, and geographie, as also in the art of navigation, in which art it is impossible to profit without the help of these or such like instructions
- Mr. Ogilby's and William Morgan's Pocket book of the roads : with their computed and measured distances, and the distinction of market and post-towns
- Mr. Richard Norwood's VVorks : viz. I. Trigonometry: or, the doctrine of triangles, with the application thereof in navigation. II. The seaman's practice, &c. III. Fortification: or, Military architecture
- New Zealand depreciation rates
- New Zealand energy information handbook
- New Zealand life tables
- New Zealand life tables
- New Zealand nautical almanac
- New Zealand nautical almanac
- New Zealand nautical almanac ... : including annual New Zealand notices to mariners NZ 204
- New Zealand nautical almanac and tide-tables
- New Zealand tax regulations and determinations
- New logarithmes : The first inuention whereof, was, by the Honourable Lo: Iohn Nepair Baron of Marchiston, and printed at Edinburg in Scotland, anno: 1614. In whose vse was and is required the knowledge of albraicall [sic] addition and subtraction, according to + and - These being extracted from and out of them (they being first ouer seene, corrected, and amended) require not at all any skill in algebra, or cossike numbers, but may be vsed by euery one that can onely adde and subtract, in whole numbers, according to the common or vulgar arithmeticke, without any consideration or respect of + and - By Iohn Speidell, professor of the mathematickes, and are to bee solde at his dwelling house in the Fields, on the backe side of Drury Lane, betweene Princes streete and the new playhouse
- New logarithmes : The first inuention whereof, was, by the Honourable Lo: Iohn Nepair Baron of Marchiston, and printed at Edinburg in Scotland, anno: 1614. in whose vse was and is required the knowledge of albraicall [sic] addition and substraction, according to + and - these being extracted from and out of them (they being first ouer seene, corrected, and amended) require not at all any skill in algebra, or Cossike numbers, but may be vsed by euery one that can onely adde and substract, in whole numbers, according to the common or vulgar arithmeticke, without any consideration or respect of + and - by Iohn Speidell, professor of the mathematickes, and are to bee solde at his dwelling house in the Fields, on the backe side of Drury Lane, betweene Princes streete and the new playhouse
- New logarithmes : The first inuention whereof, was, by the honourable Lo: Iohn Nepair Baron of Marchiston, and printed at Edinburg in Scotland, anno: 1614. in whose vse was and is required the knowledge of albraicall [sic] addition and substraction, according to + and - these being extracted from and out of them (they being first ouer seene, corrected, and amended) require not at all any skill in algebra, or Cossike numbers, but may be vsed by euery one that can onely adde and substract, in whole numbers, according to the common or vulgar arithmeticke, without any consideration or respect of + and - by Iohn Speidell, professor of the mathematickes, and are to bee solde at his dwelling house in the Fields, on the backe side of Drury Lane, betweene Princes streete and the new Playhouse
- New logarithmes : the first inuention whereof, was, by the honourable Lo. Iohn Nepair, Baron of Marchiston, and printed at Edinburg in Scotland, anno 1614, in whose vse was and is required the knowledge of algebraicall addition and substraction, according to + and - : these being extracted from and out of them (they being first ouer seene, corrected, and amended) require not at all any skill in algebra, or cossike numbers, but may be vsed by euery one that can onely adde and substract ...
- New logarithmes. : The first inuention whereof, was, by the honourable Lo: Iohn Nepair, Baron of Marchiston, and printed at Edinburg in Scotland, anno: 1614. In whose vse was and is required the knowledge of albraicall addition and substraction, according to + and - these being extracted from and out of them (they being first ouer seene, corrected, and amended) require not at all any skill in algebra, or cossike numbers, but may be used by euery one that can onely adde and substract, in whole numbers, according to the common or vulgar arithmeticke, without any consideration or respect of + and -
- New logarithmes. : The first inuention whereof, was, by the honourable Lo: Iohn Nepair, Baron of Marchiston, and printed at Edinburg in Scotland, anno: 1614. in whose vse was and is required the knowledge of algebraicall addition and substraction, according to + and - : these being extracted from and out of them (they being first ouer seene, corrected, and amended) require not at all any skill in algebra, or cossike numbers, but may be vsed by euery one that can onely adde and substract ...
- New logarithmes. : The first inuention whereof, was, by the honourable Lo: Iohn Nepair, Baron of Marchiston, and printed at Edinburg in Scotland, anno: 1614. in whose vse was and is required the knowledge of algebraicall addition and substraction, according to + and - : these being extracted from and out of them (they being first ouer seene, corrected, and amended) require not at all any skill in algebra, or cossike numbers, but may be vsed by euery one that can onely adde and substract ...
- New tables for the use of auctioneers, valuers, farmers, hay and straw dealers, etc. : showing the weight of hay and straw, etc., in round or oblong stacks, the price of commodities by the stone, score, cwt., and ton, how to measure timber; the contents of tanks or reservoirs, etc., etc., etc., forming a complete calculator and ready-reckoner especially adapted to persons connected with agriculture
- Nicolai Mercatoris ... Institutionum astronomicarum libri duo : de motu astrorum communi & proprio, secundum hypotheses veterum & recentiorum prÃ¦cipuas, deque hypotheseon ex observatis constructione : cum tabulis Tychonianis solaribus, lunaribus,
- Norwood's epitome : being the application of the doctrine of triangles in certain problems concerning the use of the plain sea-chart, and Mercator's chart ... : with a table of artificial sines, tangents, and the complements arithmetical of sines supplying the use of secants ... : also the logarithms of absolute numbers from one to 1000, with a table of the right-ascension and declination of the sun and certain principal fixed stars : whereunto is added the farther use of the forenamed tables ... as also an universal almanack
- Norwood's epitome : being the application of the doctrine of triangles in certain problems concerning the use of the plain sea-chart, and Mercator's chart, being the two most usual kinds of sailing : with a table of artificial sines, and trangents [sic], and the complements arrithmetical of sines supplying the use of secants ... : also the logarithms of absolute numbers from 1 to a [1000?], with a table of the right ascension and declination of the sun and certain principal fixed stars : whereunto is added the farther use of the forenamed tables in questions of navigation, astronomy and geography : as also an universal almanack
- Norwood's epitomie : being the application of the doctrine of triangles in certain problemes, containing the use of the plain sea-chart, and Mercators chart, being the two most usual kinds of sailing : with a table of artificial sines, tangents, and the complements arithmetical of sines supplying the use of secants ... : also a chiliad, or the logarithmes of absolute numbers from a unite to 1000, with a table of the right ascension and declination of the sun and certain principal stars ... : whereunto is added the farther use of the forenamed tables ...
- Norwood's epitomy : being the application of the doctrine of triangles in certain problems, concerning the use of the plain sea-charts, and Mercators chart ... : with a table of artificial sines, tangents, and the complements arithmetical of sines supplying the use of secants ... : also, a chiliad, or the logarithms of absolute numbers from a unite to 1000, with a table of the right ascension and declination of the sun ... : whereunto is added the farther use of the forenamed tables in questions that concern navigation, astronomy, and geography : as also an universal almanac / f
- Norwood's system of navigation : teaching the whole art in a way more familiar, easie, and practical, than hath hitherto been done ...
- Norwood's system of navigation : teaching the whole art in a way more familiar, easie, and practical, than hath hitherto been done : shewing, the projection of the plain scale, the sphere in plaino, astronomical problems useful in navigation, traverse tables, right lin'd triangles, geometrically, by tables of sines, tangents, logarithms, and by Gunter's ruler, applied to plain and Mercator's sailing : illustrated by schemes on copper-plates ... : the description and use of a new instrument, called encyclologium, or the sliding circles, which, with ease, resolves all questions of proportion, trigonometry, arithmetick, square and cube root, gunnery, mensuration, and dyalling
- Norwood's system of navigation: : teaching the whole art, in a way more familiar, easie, and practical, than hath been hitherto done. Shewing, the projection of the plain scale: the sphere in plaino: astronomical problems useful in navigation: traverse tables: right lin'd triangles ... The description and use of a new instrument called encyclologium, or the sliding cirlces: which, with ease, resolves all questions of proportion, trigonometry, arithmetick, square and cube root, gunnery, mesuration and dyalling
- Not just dots : times tables activities for 8+ year olds
- Nuclear data sheets
- Numbers in graphic design
- Optical emission lines of the elements
- Ordered by both houses of Parliament that this table (which was first intended) be forthwith published (for that the former of this nature came forth imperfect without the knowledge of him that presented it) wanting its enlargement, rectification, description and application, which together herewith by the said order is now also printed and published : which sheweth instantly the number of acres in any of the foure provinces of Ireland, belonging to any summe of money (according to the rates setled by Parliament, and His Majesties assent) or what summe of money is to be disbursed for any number of acres, in any of the former provinces : and what the yeerely rent teserved [sic] for the King amounteth unto, with the circuit, or perimeter of the land answerable to each summe of money in any of the provinces : it is ordered by the Commons House of Parliament, that according as the Lords have ordered, that this table with the enlargement, description and used thereupon shall be published and printed : so this house doth order the like, and that no man shall print it without the privity and superview of him that presented it : Marcii 9 1641 : H. Elsynge Cler. Parl. D. Com. : the table of rates for the Irish lands
- Panarithmologia : being a mirror, breviate, treasure, mate, for merchants, bankers, tradesmen, mechanicks, and a sure guide for purchasers, sellers, or mortgagers of land, leases, annuities, rents, pensions, &c. in present possession or reversion : and a constant concomitant fitted for all mens occasions : in three parts : all performed by tables ready cast up ... : all which tables are made easie by variety of examples
- Path integrals, hyperbolic spaces, and Selberg trace formulae
- Perfect directions for all English gold, now currant in this kingdome : As well for the payer, as receiuer, whereby either of them by perusall of breuiats or tables in this booke, may be assured of the true value as the gold-smith or mint will giue for the same. And what abatements are to be allowed according to the want of graines in each seuerall piece. Exactly calculated to the number of graines wanting. Whereunto is annexed the weight and value of old English and outlandish coyne, together with seuerall prints of the particular English weights now in vse: and two tables for valuing of gold and siluer of any finesse; not heretofore published. Most necessary for all
- Perfet [sic] directions for all English gold, now currant in this kingdome : As well for the payer as receiuer, whereby either of them by perusall of breuiats or tables in this booke, may be assured of the true value as the gold-smith of mynt will giue for the same. And what abatements are to be allowed according to the want of graines in each seuerall peace. Exactly calculated to the number of graines wanting. Whereunto is annexed the weight and value of old English and outlandish coyne, together with seuerall prints of the particular English weights now in vse & not heretofore published. Most necessary for all
- Perry's standard tables and formulas for chemical engineers
- Plant analysis : an interpretation manual
- Pocket book of integrals and mathematical formulas
- Pocket book of integrals and mathematical formulas
- Pocket book of integrals and mathematical formulas
- Practical arithmetick an introduction to ye whole art : wherein the most necessary rules are fairly describ'd in the usuall hands adorn'd with great variety of flourishes perform'd by command of hand design'd to be interleav'd for ye more speedy fitting of youth for merchandize or trade by Eleazar Wigan writing [maron grt. lower gill] London
- Practical arithmetick, an introduction to ye whole art : wherein the most necessary rules are fairly describ'd in the usuall hands adorn'd with great variety of flourishes perform'd by command of hand : designed to be interleav'd for ye more speedy fitting of youth for merchandize or trade
- Practical guide to geo-engineering : with equations, tables, graphs and check lists
- Practical navigation, or, An introduction to the whole art : containing many useful and geometrical definitions and problems ...
- Practical navigation, or, An introduction to the whole art : containing many useful and geometrical definitions and problems; the doctrine of plain and spherical triangles; plain Mercator, and great-circle sailing; sundry useful problems in astronomy; the use of instruments; the azimuth-compass, ring-dial, variation-compass; the fore-staff, quadrant, plough, and nocturnal; the plain scale, Gunter's scale, sinical quadrant, plain-chart, Mercator's chart, both globes, the inclinatory-needle, and virtues of the loadstone. Useful tables of the moon's age, of the tides, of the sun's place, declination, and right-ascension; of the stars right-ascension and declination; the latitude and longitude of places; and a table of meridional parts : likewise a new traverse-table, and the use thereof in keeping a reckoning at sea : also a table of 10000 logarithms, and of the log. sines, tangents, and secants
- Practical navigation, or, An introduction to the whole art : containing many useful geometrical definitions and problems, the doctrine of plain and spherical triangles, plain Mercator, and great-circle-sailing, sundry useful problems in astronomy, the use of instruments, the azimuth-compass, ring-dyal, variation-compass, the fore-staff, quadrant, plough, and nocturnal, the plain scale, Gunter's scale, sinical-quadrant, plain-chart, mercators-chart, both globes, the inclinatory-needle, and vertues of the load-stone, useful tables of the Moon's age, of the tydes, of the Sun's place, declination, and right-ascention, of the stars right-ascention and declination, the latitude and longitude of places, and a table of meridional parts, likewise a new traverse-table, and use thereof in keeping a reckoning at sea, also a table of 10000 logarithms, and of the log sines, tangents and secants
- Practical navigation, or, An introduction to the whole art : containing the doctrine of plain and spherical triangles ... as also of the plain-chart, Mercator's chart and both globes; sundry useful tables in navigation, and a table of 10,000 logarithms and of logarithm-sines, tangents and secants
- Practical navigation: or, An introduction to that whole art : Containing 1. Several definitions in geometry, astronomy, geography, and navigation. 2. A new and exact kalender, shewing the suns declination and true place, for 60 years. 3. And an almanack of the moon for eight years. 4. The calculation of triangles, both plain and spherical, and their application in navigation. 5. The form of keeping a journal, or sea reckoning. 6. Several useful tables, as tables of meridonal parts; latitudes and longitudes of places, &c. 7. The original invention of the mariners compass. 8. A discourse of the variation, and the natural causes thereof. 9. The description and use of the most necessary instruments in navigation, as the cross-staff, quadrant, azimuth compass, &c. the inclinatory needle, to find the latitude of a place without observation of sun or stars. 10. With an appendix, shewing the secret virtues of the load-stone. By John Seller, compass-maker
- Practical navigation: or, An introduction to the whole art : Containing the doctrine of plain and spherical triangles. Plain, mercator, great-circle sailing; and astronomical problems. The use of divers instruments; as also of the plain-chart, mercator's chart, and both globes. Sundry useful tables in navigation: and a table of 10000 logarithms, and of the logarithm-sines, tangents, and secants. John Seller, hydrographer to the king
- Pyrotechnia or, A discourse of artificiall fire-works : in which the true grounds of that art are plainly and perspicuously laid downe: together with sundry such motions, both straight and circular, performed by the helpe of fire, as are not to be found in any other discourse of this kind, extant in any language. VVhereunto is annexed a short treatise of geometrie, contayning certaine definitions and problemes, for the mensuration of superficies and sollids, with tables for the square root to 25000, and the cubick root to 10000 latus, wherein all roots under those numbers are extracted onely by ocular inspection. VVritten by Iohn Babington gunner, and student in the mathematicks
- Rechentafeln fÃ¼r die Chemische Analytik
- Rechentafeln fÃ¼r die Chemische Analytik : Basiswissen fÃ¼r die Analytische Chemie
- Records arithmetick: or, The ground of arts : teaching the perfect work and practice of arithmetick, both in whole numbers and fractions, after a more easie and exact forme then in former time hath been set forth: made by M. Robert Record, D. in Physick. Afterwards, augmented by M. John Dee. And since enlarged with a third part of rules of practice, abridged into a briefer method then hitherto hath been published ... by John Mellis. And now diligently perused, corrected, illustrated and enlarged; with an appendix of figurate numbers ... and new tables of interest ... the first calculated by R.C. ... and the latter diligently calculated by Ro. Hartwell, Philomathemat
- Records arithmetick: or, The ground of arts : teaching the perfect work and practice of arithmetick, both in whole numbers and fractions, after a more easie and exact forme then in former time hath been set forth: made by M. Robert Record, D. in Physick. Afterwards, augmented by M. John Dee. And since enlarged with a third part of rules of practice, abridged into a briefer method then hitherto hath been published, ... by John Mellis. And now diligently perused, corrected, illustrated and enlarged; with an appendix of figurate numbers, ... and new tables of interest ... the first calculated by R.C. ... and the latter diligently calculated by Ro. Hartwell, Philomathemat
- Regional life tables
- Roark's formulas for stress and strain
- Sample size tables for clinical studies
- Schaum's outlines, Mathematical handbook of formulas and tables
- Schedule of depreciation rates
- Selected papers on the periodic table
- Selected papers on the periodic table
- Several sorts of gold & silver coin directed in the indenture with the master of the mint dated April 2 1689 ...
- Several useful and necessary tables for the gauging of casks : for the measuring of boards, timber truly squared, timber not truly squared, round timber, all which are more perfect and exact than any formerly extant
- Short arithmetick : or, The old and tedious way of numbering, reduced to a new and briefe method. Whereby a mean capacity may easily attain competent skill and facility. The particulars appear in the table.
- Sing & learn times tables
- Sixteen pence in the pound. Or, A table shewing the present worth of one pound annuity, for any time under 100 yeares, by yeares, halves, and quarters. : Computed, for the just proportioning of the fines at that rate, according to the present worth of every mans respective interest in houses built upon new foundations since the 25th. of March, 1620.
- Smithsonian physical tables
- Socius mercatoris: or The merchant's companion: : in three parts. The first, being a plain and easie introduction to arithmetick, vulgur and decimal, the extraction of the square and cube roots, with a table of 200 square roots, and their use in the resolution of square equations. The second, a treatise of simple and compound interest and rebate, with two tables for the calculation of the value of leases or annuities, payable quarterly, the one for simple, the other compound interest, at 6 per cent. per annum, with rules for making the like for any other rate. The third, a new and exact way of measuring solids in the form of a prismoid and cylindroid, with the frustums of pyramids and of a cone: whereunto is added, some practical rules and examples for cask-gauging. By John Mayne, philo-accomptant
- Southeast Asian ephemeris : solar and planetary positions, A.D. 638-2000
- Spherical tensor operators : tables of matrix elements and symmetries
- Statistical tables
- Statistical tables, explained and applied
- Statistics tables : for mathematicians, engineers, economists and the behavioural and management sciences
- Steel construction manual
- Structure determination of organic compounds : tables of spectral data
- Structure determination of organic compounds : tables of spectral data
- Sugars, starch and fibre in New Zealand foods
- Symmetry in crystallography : understanding the international tables
- Table of integrals, series, and products
- Tables for calculating the amount of butter fat in any number of pounds of milk from 1 to 10,000 : to be used in connection with the Babcock test
- Tables for renewing & purchasing of the leases of cathedral-churches and colleges according to several rates of interest : with their construction and use explained : also tables for renewing and purchasing of lives, with tables for purchasing the leases of land or houses according to several rates of interest .
- Tables for renewing and purchasing of the leases of cathedral-churches and colleges : according to several rates of interest; with their construction and use explained. Also tables for renewing and purchasing of lives. With tables for purchasing the leases of land or houses, according to several rates of interest. Very necessary and usefull for all purchasers, but especially for them who are any way concern'd in church or college leases
- Tables for the hydraulic design of pipes, sewers and channels
- Tables of interest : after the rate of five, six, seven and eight pounds per cent. per annum, from ten thousand pounds to one shilling, from one day for any sum or time, to the thousand part of a penny
- Tables of interest and rebate: : shevving exactly what is to be allowed for the forebearance or discount of any sum paid before or after it be due, at the rate of 6 pounds per cent per annum, according to the late act of Parliament. Together with divers other tables for the ready summing up of the price of any commodity, valuation of annuities, leases, fines and reversions, &c
- Tables of interestÂ· : Whereby questions of interest or use of money, and valuations of pruchases, leases, annuities, or pensions for yeares or moneths, at 5, 6, 7, and 8 in the hundred, and according to 13, 14, 15, and 16 yeares purchase, may with greater ease be answered, then by any other tables here-tofore published. Written and printed in Dutch: but the description and use of them, here set out in English, so as any that understands not the Dutch tongue, may without difficulty make use of them. By Ri. Lever. These tables have beene carefully examined both by other tables of the same kind, and Mr. Briggs logarithmes, and thereby found true
- Tables of leasses and interest : with their grounds expressed in foure tables of fractions
- Tables of leasses and interest, with their grounds expressed in foure tables of fractions
- Tables of rates
- Tables of the Clebsch-Gordan, Racah, and subduction coefficients of SU(n) groups
- Tables of the SU(mn) [conditional] SU(m) X SU(n) : coefficients of fractional parentage
- TabulÃ¦ BritannicÃ¦ : the British tables : wherein is contained logistical arithmetick, the doctrine of the sphere, astronomicall chronologie, the ecclesiastical accompt, the equation and reduction of time : together with the calculation of the motions of the fixed and wandering stars and the eclipses of the luminaries
- TabulÃ¦ foeneratoriÃ¦, or tables for the forbearance and discompt of money : Likewise tables for the forbearance, discompt, and purchase of annuities to 31 years at the rate of 6l. per cent. per annum, according to the late act of Parliament. Calculated by Roger Clavell, Gent. student in the mathematicks. And a table for the summing up of commodities, composed by Mr. Webster, but altered into another form by the author abovesaid. All performed by addition only
- TabulÃ¦ foeneratoriÃ¦, or, Tables for the forbearance and discompt of money : whereby the interest of all sums from 10000 l. to one shilling, from one day to 365, is exactly calculated to the thousandth part of a penny : with the rebate of all sums from a month
- TabulÃ¦ fÅ“neratoriÃ¦, : or Tables for the forbearance and discompt of money. Likewise tables for the forbearance, discompt, and purchase of annuities to 31 years at the rate of 6l. per cent. per annum according to the late act of Parliament.
- TabulÃ¦ logarithmicÃ¦, or Tvvo tables of logarithmes : the first containing the logarithmes of all numbers from 1, to 100000: contracted into this portable volume by Nathaniel Roe pastor of Benacre in Suffolke. The other, the logarithmes of the right sines and tangents of all the degrees and minutes of the quadrant, each degree being divided into 100 minutes, and the logarithme of the radius or semidiameter being 10,00000,00000. Unto which is annexed their admirable use for the resolution of all the most necessary problemes in geometrie, astronomie, geographie, and navigation. By Edm: Wingate Gent
- TabulÃ¦ mathematicÃ¦, or, Tables of the naturall sines, tangents and secants : and the logarithms of the sines and tangents to every degree ... : with a table of logatithms [sic] of all absolute numbers ... : by help whereof, and the table of the proportional part thereunto annexed, the logarithms of all numbers from under 100000 may speedily be found
- Tabvlae : sinuum, tangentiu[m], secantium
- Taschenbuch der Ingenieurmathematik : Grundlagen - Formelsammlung - Tabellen
- The A-Z of depreciation rates
- The Free exchanger, or, The Mint for vncurrant coyne : according to the true value of graines, wanting in light gold, with the seuerall worth of all pieces of gold, at this present
- The New Zealand fat and fibre counter
- The application of a new portable scale, (being the first of this nature) in resolving questions in the following particulars : viz. Interest, for any sum, time or rate. Discount, of bills, tallies, stock, &c. Factoridge brokeridge commission exchange, &c. at all rates. Value of any quantity of goods, merchandize, or any fractional part of an intiger. Of any number of pistols, dollers, or other foreign coin. Of wages due to any workmen or seamen, for any time or rate: as also short allowance. Number, of days in any distance of time. Proportion, of any sum per annum, to one or any number of dayes. And several other profitable uses. The second edition, with additions. Invented by Tho. Wastell
- The art of measuring, containing the description and explanation of the carpenters new rule : Fnrnished [sic] with variety of scales. Fitted for the more speedy mensuration of superficies and solids. Also certain geometrical problems, a table of logarithms to 10000, and some uses of the same exemplified in arithmetick and geometry: but more particularly applied to the mensuration of superficies and solids, as board, glass, pavement, wainscot, plaistering, tyling, timber, stone, brick-work, and gauging of cask. The third edition with additions, by W. Leybourn. To which is added a supplement; being the description of the line of numbers, with its use, in divers practical examples of mensuration, of singular use for work-men, artificers, and other ingenious persons delighting therein
- The art of measuring, or, The carpenters new rule described and explained : furnished with variety of scales, fitted for the more speedy mensuration of divers superficies and solids, with all necessary requisits appertaining thereunto, as a plain and easie introduction to the principals of geometry, which is the ground and foundation of all kind of mensuration : together with the description and use of the logarithmical tables of proportions in arithmetick and geometry, also their particular application in the measuring of superficies and solids ...
- The book of yields : accuracy in food costing and purchasing
- The booke of rates : asvvell for the valuation of merchandizes, as for collection of His Maiesties customes, subsidies, impositions, and other dueties within his Highnesse kingdome of Ireland: and of the letters patents, and priuie seale, for the valuation of the goods, and imposing the payments. Made agreeable to a boke thereof, imprinted in the yeere of Our Lord God 1624; and to remaine in our Court of Exchequer of Ireland: with an alteration for some goods, wares, and merchandizes, now rated, and published by authoritie vnder His Maiesties Great Seale of England; and with the tenor of His Maiesties letters patents for doing thereof
- The booke of rates : for the valuation of merchandizes, and collection of our customes, subsidies, impositions, and other duties within his Highnesse kingdome of Ireland: made agreeable to a booke thereof vnder the great seale of England, dated the sixth day of Iune, 1613. in the eleuenth yeere of his Maiesties reigne of England, France and Ireland, and of Scotland the six and fortieth: and to remaine in our court of exchequer of Ireland. With addition of goods, wares, and merchandizes, omitted in the former impression, and now rated, and published by authoritie, vnder his Maiesties priuie seale
- The compleat trades-man, or, A guide for the true stating of any question touching interest or rebate to six per cent. per annum, according to the late act of Parliament. : Or, Certain numbers contracted and fitted for the computation of simple interest at the rate abovesaid, for any number of days under 365. As also numbers fitted for discompt or rebate for moneths, from one to sixty, at the same rate. Both performed by addition only. The like not hitherto published.
- The concise New Zealand food composition tables
- The concise New Zealand food composition tables
- The concise New Zealand food composition tables, Alcoholic beverages supplement, 2017
- The construction, and vse of the line of proportion : By helpe whereof the hardest questions of arithmetique & geometry, as well in broken as whole numbers, are resolved by addition and subtraction. By Edm: Wingate, gent
- The description and vse of the sector, the crosse-staffe, and other instruments : vvith a canon of artificiall sines and tangents, to a radius of 10000.0000. parts, and the vse thereof in astronomie, navigation, dialling, and fortification, &c. The second edition much augmented. By Edm. Gunter sometime professor of astronomie in Gresham Colledge in London
- The diabetes carbohydrate & fat gram guide : quick, easy meal planning using carbohydrate and fat gram counts
- The doctrine of interest, both simple & compound : explained in a more exact and satisfactory method then [sic] has hitherto been published : discovering the errors of the ordinary tables of rebate for annuities at simple interest, and containing tables for the interest and rebate of money for days, months, and years, both at simple and compound interest, also tables for the forbearance, discomps, and purchase of annulites : as likewise, equation of payments made practicable and useful for all merchants and others : together with divers other useful reflections
- The doctrine of the sphere : grounded on the motion of the earth, and the antient Pythagorean or Copernican system of the world : in two parts
- The elements : a visual exploration of every known atom in the universe
- The free exchanger or, the mint of vncurrant coyne : According to the true value of graines, wanting in light gold, with the seuerall worth of all pieces of gold, at this present
- The hay and straw measurer : being new tables for the use of auctioneers, valuers, land surveyors, farmers, hay and straw dealers, etc : showing how to ascertain the cubical contents in feet and weight, in round or oblong stacks : the measurement of timber : parallelograms for land measure : the number of links in a square of any number of acres of land : the weight of coppers, 1 to 200 gallons : circumference of circles, etc : forming a complete calculator and ready-reckoner especially adapted for persons connected with agriculture
- The history of mathematical tables : from Sumer to spreadsheets
- The longitude not found, or, An answer to a treatise written by Henry Bond, Senior, shewing a way to find the longitude by the magnetical inclinatory needle : wherein is proved that the longitude is not, nor cannot be found by the magnetical inclinatory needle
- The mariners compasse: : By which hee sayseth to all ye parts of the world this being se vpon a needle touch'a[n] with a loadstone : soe that it will allway stand north & south vsefull for those that desier to knowe the course of the winde in all the poynts
- The merchant's companion : being a more exact, quick and easy way, for making up of accompts in shops, fares &c. ... Wherein is reduced sterling to Scotish, and Scotish to English coin: ... To which is added, a table of the most usual the fairs in both kingdoms. By W. Newall
- The merchants hand-maide: or, a booke containing verie necessarie and compendious tables, for the speedie casting vp, and true valuing of any commoditie whatsoeuer : Very behoouefull for merchants, gentle-men, trades-men, and all such as buy, sell, or deale in any manner of accounts. By I.W. gent
- The money monger. Or, The vsurers almanacke : Wherein with necessary tables of interest, the vsurers gaine, and borrowers losse, of 8, 7, and 6, in the hundred are easily demonstrated, with other tables. Being most vsefull and helpfull to the merchant, scriuener, vsurer, buyer, lender, borrower, or traider whatsoeuer
- The new depreciation rates
- The palace of profitable pleasure : Contayning and teaching with ease and delight, whatsoeuer is necessary to bee learned of an English scholler. Inuented, taught, and experienced, by Iohn Evans Master of Artes
- The penns dexterity : by these incomparable contractions by which a sentence is writt as soone as a word allowed by authority and past the two universitys with greate approbation and aplause.
- The periodic table : a very short introduction
- The periodic table : its story and its significance
- The periodic table and a missed Nobel Prize
- The periodic table and a missed Nobel prize
- The quantity surveyor's handbook
- The quantity surveyor's handbook
- The quantity surveyor's handbook
- The rates of marchandizes : as they are set down in the Booke of Rates for payment of the Kings Majesties customes, and import of wynes within his kingdome of Scotland: the famine booke being signed by his Majestie, and subscryued be the Lords auditors of His Heighnes Exchecker, and sealed with the great seale of his said kingdome. And by special commandement from his Majestie published in print, for the information and direction of all sic as the famine doth concerne
- The rates of marchandizes : as they are set downe in the book of rates, for the custome and subsidie of poundage, and for the custome and subsidie of clothes. The same being signed by the Kings Majesty, and sealed with the great Seale of England, and remaining in His Highnesse Court of Exchequer at Westminster: and by speciall commandment from His Majesty published in print, for the direction of such as it may concerne: together with the rates of such impositions as are laid vpon any commodities .
- The rates of marchandizes : as they are set downe in the booke of rates, for the custome and subsidie of poundage, and for the custome and subsidie of clothes. The same being signed by the Kings Maiestie, and sealed with the great Seale of England, and remaining in his Highnesse Court of Exchequer at Westminster: and by speciall commandement from His Maiesty published in print, for the direction of such as it may concerne: together with the rates of such impositions as are laid vpon any commodities, either brought into the realme, or carried out of the same, according to his Maiesties letters patents there of vnder the great seale of England
- The rates of marchandizes : as they are set downe in the booke of rates, for the custome and subsidie of poundage, and for the custome and subsidie of clothes. The same being signed by the Kings Maiestie, and sealed with the great Seale of England, and remaining in his Highnesse Court of Exchequer at Westminster: and by speciall commandement from his Maiestie published in print, for the direction of such as it may concerne: together with the rates of such impositions as are laid vpon any commodities, either brought into the realme, or carried out of the same, according to his Maiesties letters patents thereof vnder the great seale of England
- The rates of marchandizes : as they are set downe in the booke of rates, for the custome and subsidie of poundage, and for the custome and subsidie of clothes. The same being signed by the Kings Maiestie, and sealed with the great Seale of England, and remaining in his Highnesse Court of Exchequer at Westminster: and by speciall commandements from his Maiestie published in print, for the direction of such as it may concerne: together with the rates of such impositions as are laid vpon any commodities .
- The rates of marchandizes : as they are set downe in the booke of rates, for the custome and subsidie of poundage, and for the custome and subsidie of clothes: the same being signed by the Kings Maiestie, and sealed with the Great Seale of England, and remaining in his Highnesse Court of Exchequer at Westminster: and by speciall commaundement from his Maiestie published in print, for the direction of such as it may concerne
- The rates of marchandizes as they are set downe in the Booke of rates : for the custome and subsidie of poundage, and for the custome and subsidie of cloathes, the same being appointed by his Maiestie, and confirmed by the Lorde deputye and Councell, and ordered to be published in print, for the direction of such as it may concerne in this kingdome of Ireland
- The rates of the custome house bothe inwarde and outwarde : the difference of mea[s]ures and weyghtes and other co[m]modities, very necessarye for all marchauntes to knowe, newly corrected and imprynted. Anno domini. M.D.L
- The rates of the custome house bothe inwarde and outwarde : the dyfference of measures and weyghts and other co[m]modities very necessarye for all marchantes to knowe newly correctyd and imprynted. An. M.D.XLV
- The scale of interest, or Proportionall tables and breviats shewing the forbearance and discompt of any sums of money for any time : from a day to 100 years, at the rate of 8 per centum, per annum. Together with the valuation of annuities, leases, pensions; in the forbearance, discompt, and purchase thereof, whether the payment be yearely, halfe yearely, or quarterly, at the same rate. Whereunto is added, certaine other breviats, of the forbearance, and discompt of money. The forbearance, discompt, and purchase of annuities, at the rates of 5, 6, & 7 per cent. per annum By Robert Butler
- The scale of interest, or, The use of decimal fractions, and the table of logarithmes in the most easie and exact resolving of all questions in anatocism, or compound interest : with tables of simple interest also at 6 per cent per annum : together with their use in the measuring of board, timber, stone, and gauging of cask, &c. ... : also, a direction for ... letting of leases and taking of fines
- The scale of interest: or The use of decimal fractions : and the table of logarithmes, in the most easie and exact resolving all questions in anatocism, or compound interest; with tables of simple interest also at 6. per cent. per annum. Together with their use in the measuring of board, timber, stone, and gauging of cask, &c. very necesary for all carpenters, joyners, masons, glasiers, and all tradesmen whatsoever. Composed and published for the use of the intended English methematical and grammar school at Ross in Herefordshire. Also, a direction for deans and chapters in cathedrals, and the heads and fellows of colledges in both Universities in their letting of leases and taking of fines. By John Newton D.D. and one of His Majesties chaplains
- The scale of interest: or The use of decimal fractions : with a table of logarithmes, demonstrating the most easie and exact resolving all questions in anatocism, or compound interest, and tables of simple interest also at 6. per cent. per annum. Together with their use in the measuring of board, timber, stone, and gauging of cask, &c. very necesary for all carpenters, joyners, masons, glasiers, and all tradesmen whatsoever. Composed and published for the use of the English methematical and grammar school at Ross in Herefordshire. Also, a direction for deans and chapters in cathedrals, and the heads and fellows of colledges in both Universities in their letting of leases and taking of fines. By John Newton D.D. and one of His Majesties chaplains
- The sea-man's practice : containing a fundamental problem in navigation experimentally verified: namely, touching the compass of the earth and ea, and the quantity of a degree in our English measures. Also an exact method or form of keeping a reckoning at sea in any kind of manner of sailing. With certain tables and other rules used in navigation. Also the plotting and surveying of places: the latitude of the principal places in England: the finding of currents at sea, and what allowance is to be given in respect of them.
- The sizes and lengths of riggings for all His Majesties ships and frigats : as also proportions of boatswains and carpenters stores, of all kinds, for eight months sea-service on the coast of England : together with sundry other useful observations, as may appear by the index following
- The square and cube root compleated, and made easie. being a secret never yet manifested; but the contrary acknowledged by sundry artists. By Peter Halliman, of Stockton, in the county of Durham
- The table of the dues appertaining to the good town of Edinburgh, : payable by all persons traffiquing at the haven and port of Leith, collected by the masters of ships, barques, or boats, (importing goods) from the merchants receivers of the saids goods and payed by the saids masters to the good town of Edinburgh: and for the more effectual payment whereof, the merchant or master of ilk ship, or barque, is to consign a pound for the value of the duty of the goods imported, or exported, before the vessel begins to liver, or un-load
- The traveller's guide, or, A most exact description of the roads of England : being Mr. Ogilby's actual survey, and mensuration by the wheel, of the great roads from London to all the considerable cities and towns in England and Wales, together with the cross-roads from one city or eminent town to another : wherein is shewn the distance from place to place, and plain directions given to find the way, by setting down every town, village, river, brook, bridge, common, forest, wood, copse, heath, moor, &c. that occur in passing the roads : and for the better illustration thereof, there are added tables, wherein the names of the places with their distances are set down in a column, in so plain a manner, that a meer stranger may travel all over England without any other guide
- The treasurers almanacke : wherein with necessary tables of interest, the lenders gaine, and borrowers losse, of 10, 8, 7, 6. in the 100. are easily composed and demonstrated for the longitude and latitude of all places whatsoeuer. 1631. Being most necessary and helpfull in coine, value, waight and measure of all things. And properly referred and rectified .... Also may fitly serve for the sea
- The treasurers almanacke, or The money-master : wherein with necessary tables of interest, the lenders gaine, and borrowers losse, of 10.8.7.6. in the 100. are easily composed and demonstrated for the longitude and latitude of all places whatsoeuer. 1630. Being most necessary and helpefull in coine, value, weight and measure of all things. And properly referred and rectified to the generall coronell knight merchant grocer goldsmith scriuener buyer lender artificer tradesman or nobleman commander gentleman mercer draper fishmonger vsurer seller borrower clothier husbandman. and whosoeuer else. Also may fitly serue for the sea
- The treasurers almanacke, or the money-master : wherein with necessary tables of interest, the lenders gaine, and borrowers losse, of 10. 8. 7. 6. in the 100. are easily composed and demonstrated for the longitude and latitude of all places whatsoeuer. 1627. Being most necessary and helpfull in coine, value, weight and measure of all things. And properly referred and rectified to the generall coronell knight merchant. grocer goldsmith scriuener buyer lender artificer tradesman or nobleman commander gentleman mercer draper fishmonger vsurer seller borrower clothier husbandman. And whosoeuer else. Also may fitly serue for the sea
- The treasurers almanacke, or the money-master : wherein with necessary tables of interest, the lenders gaine, and borrowers losse, of 10.8.7.6. in the 100. are easily composed and demonstrated for the longitude and latitude of all places whatsoeuer. 1628. Being most necessary and helpefull in coine, value, weight and measure of all things. And properly referred and rectified to the generall, coronell, knight, merchant, grocer, goldsmith, scriuener, buyer, lender, artificer, tradesman, or nobleman, commander, gentleman, mercer, draper, fishmonger, vsurer, seller, borrower, clothier, husbandman and whosoeuer else. Also may fitly serue for the sea
- The treasurers almanacke, or the money-master : wherein with necessary tables of interest, the lenders gaine, and borrowers losse, of 10.8.7.6. in the 100. are easily composed and demonstrated for the longitude and latitude of all places whatsoeuer. 1629. Being most necessary and helpefull in coine, value, weight and measure of all things. And properly referred and rectified .... Also may fitly serue for the sea
- The treasurers almanacke: wherein with necessary tables of interest, the lenders gaine, and borrowers losse, of 10. 8. 7. 6. in the 100. are easily composed and demonstrated for the longitude and latitude of all places whatsoever. 1636. Being most necessary and helpefull in coine, value, weight, and measure of all things. And properly referred and rectified [...] Also may fitly serve for the sea
- The valuacyo[n] of golde and syluer made i[n] ye yere .M.C.CCC.lxxxxix : holde i[n] the marke vnce englice quart troye. dewes and aes the maner for to weight wyth pe[n]nes and graynes and herein is sett ye fygures of ye spannysh and poortyngalysh docates whiche is now
- The working tariff document of New Zealand : [electronic resource]
- Thermochemical data of elements and compounds
- Thermochemical data of pure substances
- Thin-layer chromatographic Rf values of toxicologically relevant substances on standardized systems
- This is a true copy of the ordinaunce made in the tyme of the reygne of kynge Henry the. vi. to be obserued in the kynges Eschequier, by the offycers and clerkes of the same, for takyng of fees of the kynges accomptis in the same courte
- This is a true copy of the ordynau[n]ce made in the tyme of ye reygne of kynge Henry the. vi. to be obserued in the kynges Eschequier, by the offycers and clerkes of the same, for takyng of fees of ye kynges accomptis in the same courts
- This is a true copy of the ordynaunce made in the tyme of the reygne of kynge Henry the. vi. to be obserued in the kynges Eschequier, by the offycers and clerkes of the same, for takyng of fees of the kynges accomptis in the same courte
- Thys is a true copy of the ordynau[n]ce made in the tyme of the reygne of kynge Henry the. vi. to be obserued in the kynges eschequier, by the offycers and clerkes of the same, for takyng of fees of the kynges accomptes in the same courtes
- Thys is a true copy of the ordynau[n]ce made in the tyme of the reygne of kynge Henry the. vi. to be obserued in the kynges eschequier, by the offycers and clerkes of the same, for takyng of fees of the kynges accomptes in the same courtes
- Thys is a true copy of the ordynau[n]ce made in the tyme of the reygne of kynge Henry the. vi. to be obserued in the kynges eschequier, by the offycers and clerkes of the same, for takynge of fees of the kynges accomptes in the same courtes
- Times and heights of high and low waters
- To know the hour and minute of the sun-rising and setting at any time of the year, in any place of the havitable world. By Henry Philips
- Trignometrie, or, The doctrine of triangles : divided into two books, the first shewing the mensuration of right lined triangles, the second of spherical, with the grounds and demonstrations thereof : both performed by that late and excellent invention of logarithms, after a more easie and compendious manner, than hath been formerly taught : whereunto is annexed (chiefly for the use of seamen) a treatise of the application thereof, in the three principal kinds of sailing : with exact tables of the suns declination, newly calculated, and tables of the right ascension and declination of some eminent fixed stars, with the true times of the coming to the meridian at four of the clock in the morning : fitted for the present season, and may serve for many years without any alteration : also other necessary tables used in navigation
- Trigonometria : hoc est, Modus computandi triangulorum latera et angulos, ex canone mathematico traditus & demonstratus : una cum tabulis sinuum, tangent[ium] & secant[ium] &c.
- Trigonometrie, or, The doctrine of triangles : divided into two books : the first shewing the mensuration of right lined triangles, the second of sphericall, with the grounds and demonstrations thereof , both performed by that late and excellent invention of logarithmes, after a more easie and compendious manner, then [sic] hath been formerly taught : whereunto is annexed, chiefly for the use of seamen, a treatise of the application thereof in the three principal kindes of sayling : with exact tables of the suns declination, newly calculated, and tables of the right ascension and declination of some eminent fixed stars, with the true times of the coming to the meridian at 4, 12, and 8 of the clock : fitted for the present season, and may serve for many years without any alteration : also other necessary tables used in navigation
- Trigonometrie, or, The doctrine of triangles : divided into two books, the first shewing the mensuration of right lined triangles, the second of spherical ... both performed by that late and excellent invention of logarithms ... : whereunto is annexed (chiefly for the use of seamen) a treatise of the application thereof ... : with exact tables of the suns declination ... : also other necessary tables used in navigation
- Trigonometrie, or, The doctrine of triangles : divided into two books, the first shewing the mensuration of right lined triangles, the second, of spherical, with the grounds and demonstrations thereof : both performed by that late and excellent invention of logarithms ... : whereunto is annexed (chiefly for the use of seamen), a treatise of the application thereof ... : with exact tables of the suns declination ... and tables of the right ascention and declination of some eminent fixed stars ... : also other necessary tables used in navigation
- Trigonometrie, or, The doctrine of triangles : divided into two books: the first shewing the mensuration of right lined triangles, the second of sphericall, with the grounds and demonstrations thereof. Both performed by that late and excellent invention of logarithmes, after a more easie and compendious manner, then [sic] hath been formerly taught. Whereunto is annexed (chiefly for the use of seamen) a treatise of the application thereof in the three principal kindes of sailing. With exact tables of the suns declination, newly calculated: and tables of the right ascension and declination of some eminent fixed stars, with the true times of their coming to the meridian, at 4, 12, and 8 of the clock: fitted for the present season, and may serve for many years without any alteration. Also other necessary tables used in navigation. By Richard Norwood, reader of the mathematicks
- Trigonometrie, or, The manner of calculating the sides and angles of triangles : by the mathematical canon demonstrated
- Une table logarithmetique, : par laquelle on peut trouver le logarithme de quelque numbre que se soit dessous 400000
- Urania practica [...] : containing the true and perfect description, and use of the globes, both coelestial : furnished with variety of propositions, both geographical and astronomical
- Using a Z-chart table, Part 1
- Using a Z-chart table, Part 2
- Using a Z-chart table, Part 3
- Using a Z-chart table, Part 4
- Vitamin E : food chemistry, composition, and analysis
- Websters tables : for simple interest direct at 10, 8, 7 1/2 7, 6 and 5 l. per centum, from moneth to moneth to twelve moneths. For simple interest to rebate, at 8 l. per centum, from moneth to moneth to 36 moneths. For simple interest to rebate at 7 and 6 l. per centum, from moneth to moneth to twelve moneths. Also, his tables for compound interest, with his true valuation of annuities, leases, fines and reversions: with a necessary addition concerning halfe-yearly and quarterly payments. Together with a necessary table for the speedy and exact summing up of the price of commodities: serving also for a table of reduction, and for simple interest direct at 5. per centum
- Websters tables : for simple interest direct, at 10, 8, 7 1/2 7, 6 and 5 l. per centum, from moneth to moneth to twelve moneths. For simple interest to rebate, at 8 l. per centum, from moneth to moneth to 36 moneths. For simple interest to rebate at 7 and 6 l. per centum, from moneth to moneth to twelve moneths. Also, his tables for compound interest, with his true valuation of annuities, leases, fines and reversions: with a necessary addition concerning halfe-yearly and quarterly payments. Together with a necessary table for the speedy and exact summing up of the price of commodities: serving also for a table of reduction, and for simple interest direct at 5. per centum
- Websters tables, : for interest direct and to rebate at 8, 7 1/2, 7, and 6, per centum to 12 moneths. Rebatement at 8 l. per centum to 36 moneth. And for direct interest at 10, and 4 l. per centum. : Also, for compound interest to 31 years, with the true valuation of annuities, leases, fines and reversions with a necessary addition concerning half yearly and quarterly payments. Together with a convenient table for the speedy and exact summing up of the price of commodities, serving also for a table of reduction, and for direct interest at 5 l. per cent. : Whereunto is now added, certain tables, very necessary for the ready reducing of gold and silver into standard.
- Wonderful life with the elements : the periodic table personified
- World mortality in 2000 : life tables for 191 countries
- [A ready reckoner.]
- [The Diseases and casualties this weeke]

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- Mortality -- New Zealand -- Regional disparities -- Tables | Periodicals
- Mortality -- New Zealand -- Tables | Periodicals
- Mortality -- Tables
- Multiplication -- Tables -- Study and teaching (Primary) | Activity programs
- Multiplication -- Tables | Early works to 1800
- Multiplication -- Tables | Problems, exercises, etc
- Navigation -- Tables
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- Nuclear physics -- Tables | Periodicals
- Numerical calculations -- Tables
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- Organic compounds -- Spectra -- Tables
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- Path integrals -- Tables
- Pediatric cardiology -- Standards -- Tables
- Periodic law -- Tables
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- Periodic law -- Tables | Juvenile literature
- Photochemistry -- Tables
- Physics -- Tables
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- Pipe -- Hydrodynamics -- Tables
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- Precious metals -- Scotland -- Tables | Early works to 1800
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- Probabilities -- Tables
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- Radioisotopes -- Tables
- Real property -- Prices -- Ireland -- Tables | Early works to 1800
- Real property -- Tables
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- Real property tax -- England -- Tables
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- Real property tax -- Wales -- Tables
- Real property tax -- Wales -- Tables | Early works to 1800
- Rent -- England -- Tables | Early works to 1800
- Rent -- Tables
- Research Design -- Tables
- Rf values (Chromatography) -- Tables
- Roads -- England -- Tables
- Roots, Numerical -- Tables
- Sample Size -- Tables
- Science -- Tables
- Science -- Tables | Periodicals
- Sewer design -- Tables
- Shorthand -- Tables | Early works to 1800
- Silver -- Standards of fineness -- Scotland -- Tables | Early works to 1800
- Spectrum analysis -- Statistical methods -- Tables
- Statistics -- Tables
- Statistics -- Tables
- Statistics as Topic -- Tables
- Steel, Structural -- Tables
- Strains and stresses -- Tables
- Straw -- Tables
- Strength of materials -- Tables
- Structural analysis (Engineering) -- Tables
- Sun -- Rising and setting -- Tables | Early works to 1800
- Sun -- Tables
- Surveying -- Tables
- Symmetry (Physics) -- Tables
- Symmetry groups -- Tables
- Tariff -- Great Britain -- Tables
- Tariff -- Great Britain -- Tables | Early works to 1800
- Tariff -- Ireland -- Tables
- Tariff -- Ireland -- Tables | Early works to 1800
- Tariff -- New Zealand -- Terminology and classification | Tables
- Tariff -- Scotland -- Tables | Early works to 1800
- Tariff -- Scotland | Leith -- 17th century -- Tables
- Taxation -- England -- Tables
- Taxation -- Wales -- Tables
- Technology -- Tables
- Thermochemistry -- Tables
- Thin layer chromatography -- Tables
- Threshold limit values (Industrial toxicology) -- Tables
- Tides -- England | London -- Tables
- Tides -- New Zealand -- Tables
- Tides -- New Zealand -- Tables | Periodicals
- Tides -- New Zealand | Auckland -- Tables | Periodicals
- Trigonometrical functions -- Tables | Early works to 1800
- Trigonometry -- Tables
- Trigonometry -- Tables
- Trigonometry -- Tables | Early works to 1800
- Usury -- Tables | Early works to 1800
- Vapor pressure -- Tables
- Weights and measures -- Tables
- Weights and measures -- Tables
- Weights and measures -- Tables | Early works to 1800

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