A light to the longitude: or The use of an instrument called the seaman's director

Publication Date1665
RemainderSpeedily resolving all astronomical cases and questions concerning the sun, moon, and stars. With several propositions whereby sea-men may find at what meridian and longitude they are at, in all parts of the world. Published for the advance of navigation. By Robert Theaker. Licensed, June 28. 1665. Roger L'Estrange
Extent[4], 30, [4], 31-32 p.
Publisherprinted by William Godbid for William Fisher at the Postern-Gate neer Tower-Hill




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