The New Practical Navigator: Being a Complete Epitome of Navigation, to which are Added All the Tables Requisite for Determining the Latitude and Longitude at Sea, Containing the Different Kinds of Sailing and Necessary Corrections for Lee-way, Variation, &c. Exemplified in a Journal at Sea
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anchor angle apparent altitude arch azimuth brace cable centre chord Co-secant co-sine Co-tang column compass correction course degrees diff of lat diff of long difference of latitude difference of longitude Dist draw east Epact equal equator EXAMPLE extent will reach fathoms find the Diff find the Distance fore Funchal given gives Greenwich guns half halyards haul high-water horizon hypotenuse line of numbers line of sines logarithm mast Mercator's Sailing meridian meridian altitude Middle Latitude miles minutes moon moon's noon parallax parallel perpendicular Plane Sailing quadrant radius remainder right ascension right line rope Secant sextant ship ship's shore side sine cou star star's stay-sail steer subtract Suppose tack Tangent tide top-mast top-sail true altitude tude variation wind yards zenith distance