The mariner's compass rectified.
Containing tables, shewing the true hour of the day ... With tables of amplitudes. Which tables of sun-dials [etc.] are calculated from the equator to 60 degrees of latitude ... With the description and use of those instruments most in practice in the art of navigation. Also a table of latitude and longitudes of places.
By Andrew Wakely, mathematician. Enlarged ... by J. Atkinson. The whole revised, and carefully corrected, with accurate tables of the sun's declination, adjusted to the N. S. By W. Mountaine, mathematical examiner to the Hon. Corporation of Trinity-house of Deptford ...
|Main Author:||Wakely, Andrew.|
|Related Names:||Bayly, William 1737-1810., Wales, William 1734?-1798., Mountaine, William d. 1779., Atkinson, James.|
London, Printed for J. Mount, T. Page, W. Mount, and T. Page, 1780.
"Observations of the moon's distance from the sun and stars, made by Messrs. W. Wales ... and W. Bayly, astronomers, during Captain Cook's voyage towards the South pole, and round the world ... in the years 1772, 1773, 1774, and 1775." p. 273-275.
275 p. incl. tables.
illus. (incl. diagrs.)
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