An Account of the Going of Mr. John Harrisons Watch, at the Royal Observatory, from May 6th, 1766, to March 4th, 1767. Together with the Original Observations and Calculations of the Same. By the Rev.d Nevil Maskelyne, Astronomer Royal. Published by Order of the Commissioners of Longitude
W. Richardson and S Clark: and sold by John Nourse, and mess. Mount and Page, 1767 - 28 pages
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