The sea-mans kalender. Or An ephemerides of the sun, moon, and certain of the most notable fixed stars. As also, a table of the longitude and latitude of all the most eminent places of the world: first calculated by John Tap. Since corrected and enlarged with many additions Viz. new exact tables of the North-Star, new tables of 65 of the principal fixed stars; their time of coming upon the meridian every day, with their right ascension and declination, &c. With the discovery of a way to find the long hidden secret of longitude, by Henry Bond, teacher of the mathematicks in the Bulwark neer the tower. All which are now newly calculated and corrected, and many rules and tables added. By Henry Phillippes, philo-nauticus

Publication Date1667
Extent[4], 179, [1] p.
Publisherprinted by W[illiam]. G[odbid]. for George Hurlock, and are to be sold at his shop at St. Magnus-Church, at the hither end of London-Bridge, neer Thames-street




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