Horary Tables, for Finding the Time by Inspection: To Facilitate the Operations for Obtaining the Longitude at Sea, by Chronometers and Lunar Observations : Also for Finding Both the Latitude and Time, by Noting the Exact Interval, by a Chronometer, Between Two Observed Altitudes of the Sun Or a Fixed Star : Or by the Simultaneous Observations of the Altitudes of Any Two Celestial Objects : to which is Added ... an Easy Method of Clearing the Observed Distance of the Effects of Refraction and Parallax, with New Tables for the Purpose ...

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Stereotyped and printed for the author : sold by himself ..., by Messrs. Kingsbury, Parbury and Allen, 1827 - Horology - 307 pages

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