A general and particular account of the annular eclipse of the sun, which will happen on Sunday, April 1, 1764, in the forenoon. With a General and Particular map of the passage of the Moon's shade, or penumbra, over the earth, from the Entrance to the Exit of the same; and also over England and the neighbouring Dominions: Exhibiting All the various Appearances of this Eclipse in different Parts of the Earth. Likewise A Representation thereof for several eminent Cities and remarkable Places. The Times and Circumstances of this Eclipse correctly computed from Tables in the Royal Astronomer, improving all other Accounts, computed from Tables of less Authority. Humbly inscribed to the Royal Society

Publication Date1764
Publisherprinted for the author of The royal astronomer and navigator; and sold by J. Whiston and B. White, and W. Sandby, in Fleet-Street; J. Fletcher, at the Oxford Theatre, in St. Paul's Church-Yard; J. Bird, in Ave-Mary-Lane; J. Fuller, in Blow-Bladder-Street, and other Booksellers


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