The New Practical Navigator: Being an Epitome of Navigation, Containing the Different Methods of Working the Lunar Observations, and All the Requisite Tables Used with the Nautical Almanack in Determining the Latitude and Longitude, ... The Tenth Edition. Constructed on a New Plan, and Illustrated with Copper Plates. By John Hamilton Moore, ...
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