Nevil Maskelyne

Nevil Maskelyne The Rev Dr Nevil Maskelyne DD FRS FRSE (6 October 1732 – 9 February 1811) was the fifth British Astronomer Royal. He held the office from 1765 to 1811. He was the first person to scientifically measure the mass of the planet Earth. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Maskelyne, Nevil
Published 1783
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by Maskelyne, Nevil
Published 1767
Printed by W. Richardson and S. Clark; and sold by John Nourse, and Mess. Mount and Page

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by Maskelyne, Nevil
Published 1774
Printed by W. and J. Richardson; and sold by J. Nourse, bookseller to His Majesty

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by Maskelyne, Nevil
Published 1763
printed for the author; and sold by J. Nourse, in the Strand; Mess. Mount and Page, on Tower-Hill; and Mess. Hawes, Clarke, and Collins, in Pater-Noster-Row

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by Maskelyne, Nevil
Published 1767
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by Maskelyne, Nevil
Published 1792
printed for F. Wingrave, successor to Mr. Nourse, in the Strand

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by Maskelyne, Nevil
Published 1774
Printed by W. and J. Richardson; and sold by J. Nourse, bookseller to His Majesty

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by Croswell, William
Published 1791
Printed at Boston by I. Thomas and E.T. Andrews, Faust's Statue, no. 45, Newbury Street
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