Mr. De Sargues Universal way of dyaling. Or plain and easie directions for placing the axeltree, and marking the hours in sun-dyals, after the French, Italian, Babylonian and Jewish manner. Together with the manner of drawing the lines of the signs, of finding out the height of the sun above the horizon, and the east-rising of the same, the elevation of the pole, and the position of the meridian. All which may be done in any superficies whatsoever, and in what situation soever it be, without any skill at all in astronomy. By Daniel King Gent

Publication Date1659
Extent[20], 110 p.
Publisherprinted by Tho. Leach and are to be sold by Isaac Pridmore at the Golden Faulcon in the Strand, near the New Exchange


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