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Moxon, Joseph (British printer, 1627-1691)
Bedford, Francis (1799-1883)
Carter, Harry (1901-1982)
Carter, Harry Graham (1901-1982)
Davis, Herbert (1893-1967)
Davis, Herbert John (1893-1967)
De Vinne, Theodore Low (1828-1914)
Midwinter, Daniel (I, Londen)
Moxon, Joseph (Londen)
Wells, Edward (1667-1727)
Biblical map, the creation, with the terrestrial and celestial world
Canaan, or The Land of promise.
Carte biblique, la création du monde, cartes terrestre et céleste
& Carter, H., eds. Moxon, J. Mechanick exercises, 1958:
Compendium Euclidis Curiosi: dat is, Meetkonstigh passer-werck etc. : Amsterdam 1673 : London 1677
Compendium Euclidis Curiosi: or geometrical operations
contention for truth, 1658:, A
description of the province of New Albion, A : and a direction for adventurers with small stock to get two for one, and good land freely : and for gentlemen, and all servants, labourers, and artificers, to live plentifully : And a former description re-printed of the healthiest, pleasantest, and richest plantation of Nevv Albion in North Virginia, proved by thirteen witnesses : Together with a letter from Master Robert Evelin, that lived there many yeers, shewing the particularities, and excellency thereof : With a brief of the charge of victual, and necessaries, to transport and buy stock for each planter, or labourer, there to get his master fifty pounds per annum, or more, in twelve trades, and at ten pounds charges onely a man.
Doctrine of handy-works
Doctrine of handyworks applied to the art of printing.
Easie and speedy way to know the use of both the globes, coelestial and terrestrial
Land of promise.
Mathematicks made easie, or a Mathematical dictionary, explaining the terms of art and difficult phrases used in arithmetick, geometry... by Joseph Moxon,... The 2nd edition... by Hen. Coley,...
Mechanic exercises, or, The doctrine of handy-works : began Jan. 1, 1677, and intended to be monthly continued
Mechanick exercices on the whole art of printing (1683-4)
Mechanick exercices, or the Doctrine of handyworks applied to the art of printing, a literal reprint... of the first edition published in the year 1683...
Mechanick exercises on the whole art of printing, 1683-4, by Joseph Moxon. Edited by Herbert Davis and Harry Carter
Mechanick exercises: or, the doctrine of handy-works applied to the art of letter cutting
Mechanick exercises, or the doctrine of handy-works applied to the art of printing : a literal reprint in two volumes of the first edition published in the year 1683
Mechanick exercises: or The doctrine of handy-works. : Applied to the arts of smithing, joinery, carpentry, turning, bricklayery. To which is added Mechanick dyalling: shewing how to draw a true sun-dyal on any given plane, however scituated; only with the help of a straight ruler and a pair of compasses, and without any arithmetical calculation
Mechanick exercises, or The doctrine of handy-works, applied to the arts of smithing, joinery, carpentry, turning, bricklaying ; To which is added Mechanick dyalling ... [etc.]
Mechanick exercises; or, The doctrine of handy-works, applied to the arts of smithing, joinery, carpentry, turning, bricklaying, to which is added, Mechanick dyalling: shewing how to draw a true sun-dyal on any given plane, however scituated; only with the help of a straight ruler and a pair of compasses, and without any arithmetical calculation.
Mechanick exercises, or the doctrine of handy-works Began Jan.1.1677. And intended to be montly continued.
Mechanick exercises, or the Doctrine of handy-works... by Joseph Moxon,...
Mechanick exercises, or the doctrine of handyworks applied to the art of printing
Mechanick powers, or the Mistery of nature and art unvail'd... by Ven. Mandey and J. Moxon,...
Mechanick powers; or, The mystery of nature and art unvail'd shewing what great things may be perform'd by mechanick engines ... Together, with a Treatise of circular motion artificially fitted to mechanick use, and the making of clock-work, and other engines ...
Moxon's Mechanick exercises : or the Doctrine of handy-works applied to the art of printing. Literal reprint... of the first edition published in the year 1683, with preface and notes by Theo. L. de Vinne
new map of Denmark, Norway, Sweden & Moscovy, shewing their present general divisions, cheif, cities or towns, rivers, mountains, &c. Dedicated to his highness William Duke of Glocester, A ; J. Moxon sculp.
Of inck, 10
Of inck from Joseph Moxon's Mechanick Exercises.
Practical perspective, or, Perspective made easie : teaching, by the opticks, how to delineate all bodies, buildings, or landskips, &c.; by the catoptricks, how to delineate confused appearences so as when seen in a mirror or pollisht body of any intended shape, the reflection shall shew a designe; by the dioptircks [sic], how to draw parts of many figures into one when seen through a glass or christal cut into many faces ...
Practical perspective, or, Perspective made easy
"Regulae trium ordinum literarum typographicarum", or the Rules of the three orders of print letters... by Joseph Moxon,... The 2nd edition
Regulæ trium ordinum literarum typographicarum: or The rules of the three orders of print letters: viz. the roman, italick, English, capitals and small. Shewing how they are compounded of geometrick figures, and mostly made by rule and compass. Useful for writing masters, painters, carvers, masons and others that are lovers of curiosity.
Rules of the three orders of print letters
Theory and practice of architecture, or Vitruvius and Vignola abridg'd, the first by... Mr Perrault,... (and carefully done into English) and the other by Joseph Moxon, and now accuratety publish'd the fifth time, The
tutor to astronomie and geography, or, An easie and speedy way to understand the use of both the globes, celestial and terrestrial, A : Laid down in so plain a manner that a mean capacity may at the first reading understand it, and with a little practise, grow expert in those divine sciences
tutor to astronomy and geography, or, An easie and speedy way to know the use of both the globes, coelestial and terrestrial, A : in six books ...
tutor to astronomy & geography, or, The use of the Copernican spheres; in two books. The first being an explanation of the Copernican hypothesis and spheres. The second proving the phœnomena salved by the earths motion, as well as by its supposed stability; as appears by the application of these spheres to problemes astronomical, geographical, nautical, astrological, gnomonical, and trigonometrical., A
Vignola, or, The compleat architect, 1673:
Vitruvius and Vignola abridg'd