The description of the Copernican system

Publication Date1738
Remainderwith the theory of the planets. In which is shewn Their Revolutions, Eccentricities, Magnitudes and Distances; Aphelions, Retrogradations, and Eclipses of the Luminaries, and of the Satellites of Saturn and Jupiter: Of the Fixed Stars; with the Comets that have appear'd for near two Thousand Years past. Being an introduction to the description and use of the grand orrery, lately made by Mr. William Deane, Mathematical-Instrument-Maker to His Majesty's Office of Ordinance, and to the Royal Mathematical School. By reading of this small Treatise, any Person may easily comprehend the Use of this Machine, by which the Planetary System is so fully and accurately represented. Pr. 2 s. 6 d. Illustrated with copper-plates.
Publisherprinted for the author William Deane, at the Garden-House, in New-Street, by Fetter-lane; and are to be sold at Mr. Stagg's, Book-Seller, in Westminster hall; Mr. Strahan's, at the Royal Exchange; Mr. Rivington's, in St. Paul's Church-Yard; Mr. Hawkins's, Temple-Bar; and at Mr. Brindley's, in New Bond-Street


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