The vvhole art of navigation

Publication Date1689
Remainderin five books. Containing I. The principles of navigation and geometry. II. The principles of astronomy. III. The practical part of navigation. IV. The description and use of such instruments, as are useful in taking observations at sea, and therein, the use of a large new sinical quadrant, performing with more exactness than any yet extant, all questions relating to navigation; rendered so easie as to be understood by the meanest capacity. V. Useful tables in navigation, wherein those of the sun's and stars declination and right ascension, &c. are newly calculated. The whole delivered in a very easie and familiar stile, by way of dialogue between a tutor and his scholar; approved by the ablest mathematicians. By Captain Daniel New-House.
Extent[[20], 199, 100-124, 121-152, 253-311, [1], 128, 113-131, [1] p., [3] leaves of plates (2 folded)
Publisherprinted for Tho. Sawbridge at the Three Flower-de-Luces in Little Britain, and sold by Walter Henshaw near the Hermitage-Bridge, Sa. Crouch and Jo. Hindmarsh in Cornhil, and Tho. Cockerill in the Poultry


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