Title: Bowles's Practical geometry: or, a new and easy method of treating that art. Whereby the Practice of it is rendered plain and familiar, and the Student is directed in the most easy Manner through the several Parts and Progressions of it. A work highly necessary for painters, engravers, architects, embroiderers, Statuaries, Jewellers, Tapestry-Workers, And others concerned in Designing. The Whole illustrated with Eighty-Two Copper-Plates. Wherein, Besides the several Geometrical Figures, Are contained many Examples of Landscapes, Pieces of Architecture, Perspective, Draughts of Figures, Ruins, &c. Translated from the French of Monsieur Seb. Le Clerc.