Catalog Record: Il nuovo orologio della Piazza de'mercanti in Milano : ossia istruzione popolare per ben regolare gli orologi colla differenza del tempo vero e del tempo medio che viene adottato dalle strade ferrate : piáu l'indicazione del mezzo giorno all'italiana, servibile per i paesi ove per l'irrigazione áe ancora in uso l'orologio italico | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Il nuovo orologio della Piazza de'mercanti in Milano : ossia istruzione popolare per ben regolare gli orologi colla differenza del tempo vero e del tempo medio che viene adottato dalle strade ferrate : piáu l'indicazione del mezzo giorno all'italiana, servibile per i paesi ove per l'irrigazione áe ancora in uso l'orologio italico.

Related Names: Cavagna Sangiuliani di Gualdana, Antonio conte 1843-1913, former owner.
Language(s): Italian
Published: Milano : Tip. Bernardoni, ottobre 1859.
Subjects: Time > Systems and standards > Italy.
Note: University of Illinois bookplate: "From the library of Conte Antonio Cavagna Sangiuliani di Gualdana Lazelada di Bereguardo, purchased 1921".
Stamp with initials "E.P." on t.p.
Imprint from colophon on last page.
Caption title.
Signed "E.P." on p. 5.
Physical Description: 7, [1] p. ; 22 cm.
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