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Nicholson, Peter
Nicholson, Peter (Scottish architect and writer, 1765-1844)
Peter Nicholson
Peter Nicholson (Scottish architect, mathematician and engineer)
Dates: 
1765-1844‏
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Cowen, R.
Davis, N. K.
Gunyon, Thomas
Gwilt, Joseph (1784-1863)
Johnston, William (1776-1840)
Lomax, Edward
Lowry, Wilson (1762-1824)
Sloan, Samuel (1815-1884)
Taylor, J.
Tredgold, Thomas (1788-1829)
Titles: 
carpenter and builder's complete measurerpanied with a scale, The
carpenter and joiner's assistant, The : containing practical rules for making all kinds of joints, and various methods of hingeing them together ... : to which are added, examples of various roofs executed ... : also extracts from M. Belidor, M. du Hamel, M. de Buffon, &c. on the strength of timber, with practical observations
carpenter's new guide: being a complete book of lines for carpentry and joinery., The
Encyclopedia of architecture. A dictionary of the science and practice of architecture, building, carpentry, etc., from the earliest ages to the present time, forming a comprehensive work of reference for the use of architects, builders, carpenters, masons, engineers, students, professional men, and amateurs.
Essay on the teeth of wheels comprehending principles, and their application in practice, to millwork and other machinery. With numerous figures, An
five orders of architecture, The : containing the most plain and simple rules for drawing and executing them in the purest style, for the use of workmen : exhibiting the most approved modes of applying each in practice, suitably to the climate of Great Britain : to which are added treatises on projection, perspective, fractions, decimal arithmetic, &c. ...
guide to railway masonry, The : comprising a complete treatise on the oblique arch, in three parts
Introduction to the Method of Increments, expressed by a New Form of Motation, An
mechanic's companion, or, The elements and practice of carpentry, joinery, bricklaying, masonry ..., The
New and improved practical builder and workman's companion
popular course of pure and mixed mathematics ... 1835., A
Practical builder's perpetual price-book, The : elucidating the principles of correctly ascertaining the average value of the different artificer's works usually employed in building : with the customs of measuring and valueing in the various parts of the United Kingdom, &c. &c. &c.
practical cabinet-maker, upholsterer, and complete decorator., The
Practical treatise on mensuration
Principles of architecture : comprising fundamental rules of the art, with their application to practice : also rules for shadows for the five orders
rudiments of practical perspective, in which the representation of objects is described by two easy methods, one depending on the plan of the object, the other on its dimensions and position ..., The
student's instructor in drawing and working the five orders of architecture fully explaining the best methods for striking regular and quirked mouldings, for diminishing and gluing of columns and capitals, for finding the true diameter of an order to any given height, for striking the ionic volute, circular or elliptical, with finished examples, on a large scale, of the orders, their planceers, etc. and some designs for door-cases, elegantly engraved on forty-one plates--with explanations, The
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