Surrey England History 17th Century Sources : To the right honourable the House of Peeres now assembled in Parliament. : The humble petition of the knights, gentlemen, freeholders, and other inhabitants of the county of Surrey, with above 2000 hands.
Surveying England Early Works To 1800 : A publication of surueying and measuring of mannors, lands, and lordships: : and arts mathematicall, geometrie, astrologie, geomancie, and the art of dialling: / by Ralph Treswell the younger, in the strand at the signe of the Sunne Diall: and are there to be sold. ; Also, a declaration of concaue and perspectiue glasses ... ; The art of perfuming of gloues, leather, woollen; or any other thing: with the making of all sweet waters, odiferous poulders, and sweet compactions ...; Treswell, Ralph,
Surveying Ireland Early Works To 1800 : A commission and instructions to Charles Fleetwood, esq; Lieutenant General of the Army in Ireland, Edmund Ludlow, esq; Lieutenant General of the horse, Miles Corbet, esq; Iohn Iones, esq; : impowering them to cause all the lands (therein mentioned to be forfeited to the Commonwealth) to be forthwith surveyed, in order to the satisfying of adventurers for Ireland, and arrears of officers and souldiers, and for the settling and planting of Ireland, with security to the inhabitants, and such as shall plant the same. Wednesday June 29. 1653. At the Councill of State at White-Hall, ordered, that this declartion be forthwith printed and published. John Thurloe Secr.; England and Wales.
Surveying Tables : 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.; Osborne, Henry.
Surveys Scotland Early Works To 1800 : Theatrum Scotiæ. : Containing the prospects of their Majesties castles and palaces: together with those of the most considerable towns and colleges; the ruins of many ancient abbeys, churches, monasteries and convents, within the said kingdom. All curiously engraven on copper plates. With a short description of each place. / By John Slezer, Captain of the Artillery Company, and surveyor of their Majesties stores and magazines in the kingdom of Scotland.; Slezer, John,