A Complete Set of Nautical Tables: Containing All that are Requisite, with the Nautical Almanac, in Keeping a Ship's Reckoning at Sea, and in Ascertaining the Latitude and Longitude by Celestial Observations; Including an Accurate and Extensive Table of the Latitudes and Longitudes of the Principal Ports, Harbours, Capes, Etc., in the World; with Several Other New and Improved Tables. To which is Prefixed a Copious Explanation of the Tables; Likewise Astronomical Problems for Finding the Latitude ... and the Longitude ...
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apparent distance Argo Navis Cape St chronometer Co-sec Co-sine Sine Co-tan cºn cºn cºn Corr corresponding Degrees Diff Difference of Latitude Dist Dist|Dep Ditto East Point England entr Equation ExAMPLE find the LATITUDE Greenwich mean Harbour Head index error Ireland Island Isle Latitude and Departure LATITUDES AND LONGITUDES Light logarithm LOGARITHMIC SINES meridian altitude Meridian of Greenwich minutes moon's apparent altitude N. E. Point Nautical Almanac noon observed altitude ºil ºº passing the meridian Places planet Port Pulo Reef refraction right ascension River Rock Secant ship Shoal side column Sine South East Point South Point star subtracted Sun's declination sun's lower limb Sun's right ascension Sun's true Suvers Suversed Sines Table taken Tang TANGENTS true altitude Variation vº vº Wersed zenith distance