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Author Bond, Henry.

Title The art of apparelling and fitting of any ship [electronic resource] : with masts, yards, and cordage Wherein Is shewed a true Proportion for the Masting, Yarding, and Apparelling of any Ship, whose Length, Breadth, and Depth is known: With Rules for the Sizes and Lengths of all sorts of Cordage that belongs to any Ship. All which is performed by a scale, called the mariners scale, Or by the two Sliding Lines of Numbers. Whereby, If the Length and Thickness of the Main-Mast be accounted upon it, there may be found (only by inspection) the length and thickness of all the other Masts and Yards, and also the Sizes, the Lengths, and the total number of Fathoms of every size Cordage, for the Apparelling of any Ship, without using of Compasses or altering the Scale. The third impression, carefully corrected and amended, by Henry Bond.

Published London : printed for Edw. Bauldwin near Ratcliff-Cross, 1704.

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Uniform title Boate swaines art.
Physical description [34]p. ; 4⁰.
Notes First published, in 1642 as 'The boate swaines art'.
Reproduction of original from British Library.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements. s2009 miunns.
Notes Great Britain England London.
Subject Boatyards -- Early works to 1800.
Ships -- Measurement -- Early works to 1800.