Norwood's epitome

Publication Date1680
Remainderbeing the application of the doctrine of triangles, in certain problems, concerning the use of the plain sea-chart, and mercator's chart. Being the two most usual kinds of sailing. With a table of artificial sines, tangents, and the complements arithmetical of sines supplying the use of secants. To radius 10,00000, and to every degree and minute of the quadrant. Also, the logarithms of absolute numbers, from one to 1000, with a table of the right-ascension and declination of the sun: and certain principal fixed stars. Whereunto is added the farther use of the forenamed tables, in questions of navigation, astronomy, and geography, as also an universal almanack. The last edition newly revised and corrected. By Richard Norwood, reader of the mathematicks
Extent[2], 38, 93, [75] p.
Publisherprinted for William Fisher, at the Postern-Gate near Town-Hill, Thomas Passinger at the three Bibles on London-Bridge, Robert Boulter, at Turk's Head, and Ralph Smith at the Bible in Cornhill




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