The mariners magazine, stor'd with the following mathematical arts

Publication Date1700
Remainderthe rudiments of navigation and geometry. The making and use of divers mathematical instruments for sea or land. The doctrine of triangles, plain and spherical. The art of navigation, by the plain-chart, Mercator's-chart, and the arch of a great circle, the art of surveying, gauging, measuring, gunnery and fire-works; with a compendium of fortification. The rudiments of astronomy. The art of dialling. Also the penalties and forfeitures relating to the customs, and to navigation. With tables of logarithms, sines and tangents; declination of the sun, latitude and longitude; right ascension, and declination of the most notable fixed stars; of the longitude and latitude of places; of meridional parts, with other tables necessary in navigation. By Capt. Samuel Sturmy. Revised, corrected and enlarged, by John Colson, teacher of the mathematicks in London
Extent[12], 148, 116, [48] p., plates
Publisherprinted for Richard Mount, at the Postern on Tower-Hill; and are to be sold by Andrew Bell, at the Cross-Keys and Bible in Cornhill



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