Arbitrations: A Text-book for Surveyors, in Tabulated Form – is a work which was published in 1875 and written by Banister Fletcher.
He was an English architect and geodesist of 19th century.
Also he was a Liberal politician who sat in the House of Commons.
The kind and joyful reception given to the author's previous reference books, “Destruction” and “Compensation”, inspired him to further work in the same field, the result of which is this volume.
Most of the information provided has already been presented to the public in the columns of the weekly magazine, but has been completely revised and significantly expanded.
Having spared no effort to turn this little work into a complete and completely reliable reference book on the subject that it deals with, the author relied mainly on the best authorities, among whom he happily acknowledged his commitment to the most valuable work of Francis Russell, an American author specializing in American history and historical figures.
And the author believed that he had succeeded in producing a volume that would satisfy an undeniable need.
A very good book, with a very important message sent by Banister Fletcher
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