Astronomical and Geographical Essays: Containing, I. A Full and Comprehensive View, on a New Plan, of the General Principles of Astronomy. II. The Use of the Celestial and Terrestrial Globes... III. The Description and Use of the Most Improved Planetarium, Tellurian, and Lunarium. IV. An Introduction to Practical Astronomy ...

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R. Hindmarsh ... and sold by the author, 1795 - Astronomy - 579 pages
 

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Contents

To trace the Circles of the Sphere in the Heavens
368
To find the Circle of perpetual Apparition
374
the Suns Amplitude
375
the Suns Altitude at a given Hour
376
when the Sun is due Eaſt in a given La titude
379
the Riſing Setting Culminating
381
the Altitude and Azimuth of a Star c
382
the Azimuth c at any Hour of the Night
383
the Hour the Latitude and Azimuth given
384
a Star the Latitude Suns Place Hour c given
385
PROB PAGE 31 the Hour by Data from two Sars
386
To find the Hour by Data from two Stars
387
when a Star riſes or fets coſmically
389
when a Star riſes or ſets achronically
390
when a Star will riſe héliacally
392
when a Star will ſet heliacally
393
Of the Correſpondence between the Celeſtial and Terreſtrial Spheres
394
To find the Place of a Planet c
398
what Planets are above the Horizon
399
the right Aſcenſion c of a Planet
400
the Moons Place
407
the Moons greateſt and leaſt Meridian Altitudes
408
To illuſtrate the Harveſt Moon
409
To find the Azimuth of the Moon and thence High Water c
414
Of Comets
415
To rectify the Globe for the Place of Obſerva 4 1
417
To determine the Place of a Comet
418
To find the Latitude c of a Comet ibid 49 To find the Time of a Comets Riſing c
419
To find the ſame at London
420
From two given Places to aſſign the Comets Path
422
To repreſent the general Phenomena of a Comet
423
A Deſcription of the moſt improved Planetarium
425
Deſcription of the Tellurian
445
Deſcription of the Lunarium
460
An Introduction to Practical Aſtronomy in which
473
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