First couple of couple of pages have advertisements of those times. Table of contents reads: Vol. I. Surveying and Astronomical Observation; Introductory Remarks on Geographical Surveying and Practical Astronomy Suited to Present Requirements; Part I: Practical Astronomy and Survey Outfit; Part II: Instruments and Their Adjustments; Part III: Formule of Plane and Spherical Trigonometry, Extemporary Measurements, Scales and Projections of Maps; Part IV: Geographical Surveying and Mapping; Part V: Astronomical Observations; Part VI: Tables, With Explanations; Index. Then comes 2 and a half pages of "List of Maps, Diagrams, and Illustrations". The book ends with an "Admission of Fellows To The Royal Geographical Society"; "Instructions For Intending Travellers"; a few more pages of advertisements of those times; and a pocket full of maps.
E. A. Reeves, F.R.A.S., F.R.G.S., 1906
Hardcover, Very Good
17.5 x 13 x 2.5 cm