Title: Geodæsia Hibernica: or an essay on practical surveying. Which contains the following useful improvements. I. Protroction without parallels, &c. II. A Description of a new Instrument, by which any Gentleman, tho' unskill'd in Surveying, may measure a Map, or Part of a Map, almost in one View. III. Different Methods for correcting Surveys, and fitting them for Calculation. IV. A New Method and Plan of Calculation, proposed to Practitioners, to give in return with their Surveys. V. A new Set of Tables, in which may be found, by Inspection only, the Difference of Latitude, and Departure, for a Station of any Length and Bearing that may happen in Practice. By Benjamin Noble.