A collection of tables, astronomical, meteorological and magnetical, also, for determining the altitudes of mountains; comparison of french and english weights and measures, etc., computed in the office of the H. E. I. Co's Magnetic Observatory, Simla, under the direction of J. T. Boileau
Simla Magnetic Observatory Press, 1850 - 77 pages
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