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Astronomy -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800

Improvements in the doctrine of the sphere, astronomy, geography, navigation, &c. deduced from the figure and motion of the Earth And absolutely necessary to be applied in finding the true longitude at sea and land. Rendering all other methods more correct, and in some cases by more than half a degree or 30 geographical miles. By Samuel Dunn, professor of mathematics, London
Dunn, Samuel, d. 1794
London : Printed for the author and sold by Messrs. Hawes, Clark and Collins, in Pater-noster-row; Mr. Millan, opposite the Admiraly, Charing Cross; Mr. Viallant, in the strand, and Mr. Hooper, near the New Church in the Strand, MDCCLXV. [1765]

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Synopsis of astronomical lectures, to commence October 29, 1799, At the Philosophy School, Trinity College, Dublin. By J. Brinkley, A.M. Andrews professor of astronomy
Brinkley, John, 1763-1835
Dublin : Printed at the University Press, by R.E. Mercier and Co. booksellers and printers to Trinity College, 1799

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