The Practical Navigator: Containing Instructions for Keeping a Ship's Reckoning at Sea, and the Most Approved Methods of Determining the Latitude: Also a Journal from Greenock to Teneriffe; and Easy and Concise Methods of Finding the Longitude by Chronometer and Lunar Observations. With an Appendix, Containing Miscellaneous Information ... and All the Requisite Tables Systematically Arranged
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