In between Moxon and Nicholson was Martin. Ok, there was Spons too but that was much later. And Holtzapffel of course. Well, there were quite a few. Quite a few authors who built upon Moxon's Mechanick Exercises (which book took from other authors of earlier dates of course. I suspect there was some stone age author who took from an earlier primate author). Thus goes the spread of knowledge.
Let us return to Mr. Martin. Thomas Martin authored two books, available in the usual quality from Google Books and scam publishers everywhere:
Circle is 616 pages, 39 full page plates and comes in under the wire at 8x10.5 inches. This is one big book. Covering no less than 66 distinct chapters, Circle encompasses all you would ever need to know on The Mechanical Arts short of purchasing a multi-volume encyclopedia. As I understand it, The Carpenter's And Joiner's Instructor expanded upon three of Circle's topics, even offering a revolutionary proof of which I am not yet conversant. Given my woeful skills in math, I suspect I will never be conversant in this proof. If you'd prefer a PDF of the title page and the table of contents, here 'tis: Download MartinCircle1813