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Page 165 - Star refpeetively, the Mean of the Refults is to be taken as probably approaching neareft to the true Longitude. In particular the Moon's...
Page 165 - Diftancee of ao° and 40° from the Sun, her Diuance is computed only from a Star on the contrary Side that the Sun is. When ihe is between the Diftances of 40° and 90° from the Sun, her Diftance is computed both from the Sun and from a Star on the contrary Side to the Sun ; when the Moon is above 90° from the Sun her Diftance is computed from Two Stars, one on each Side of her ; though ftill her Diftance is computed alfo from the Sun from 90° to 120°.