The practical navigator, containing instructions for keeping a ship's reckoning at sea, and the most approved methods of determining the latitude: also a journal from Greenock to Teneriffe; and easy and concise methods of finding the longitude by chronometer and lunar observations. With an appendix, containing miscellaneous information ... and all the requisite tables systematically arranged. By William Black ...
|Main Author:||Black, William, teacher of navigation.|
Greenock, The author, 1839.
Navigation > Tables.
vi, 391 p. incl. diagrs., tables.
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