Calculating machine invented by Sir Samuel Morland, adapted to trigonometrical computation with wooden case. Made by Henry Sutton and Samuel Knibb, London, 1664.
calculating machine invented by Sir Samuel Morland (1625-1695), adapted to trigonometrical computation. Morland was the first Englishman to venture into the field of calculating machines. Made by Henry Sutton and Samuel Knibb, London, of brass, iron and wood.
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