Account of Improvements in Chronometers

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Palmer and Clayton, and sold by J. Murray, 1842 - Chronometers - 25 pages
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Page 25 - Sheriff have hereunto set my Hand and Seal this Seventh day of September, in the fifth year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Third.
Page 21 - ... it will be deprived of a great part of its polarity. It presents to the eye a spherical action, and forms one grand universal compensating power, in connexion with the arcs of the circle. It scarcely requires any definition ; the object is at once seen to the now fully informed reader and examiner.
Page 4 - August 15, and were, during that time, exposed to extreme temperatures of heat and cold. Both preserved a great steadiness of rate; the former, notwithstanding the severity of...

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