The British telescope Being an ephemeris of the Cœlestial motions, with an almanack in the year of our Lord 1730. Being the second after bissextile or leap year containing both the heliocentrick and geocentrick motions of the planets, together with their latitudes and aspects, both mutual and lunar. Amplify'd with astrological observations ... the four quarters of the year, the eclipses, and [oth]er material configurations of the planets; being furnished with diverse useful tables, too tedious to [be] here enumerated, and all other necessaries fit and commodious for such a work. [...]lated according to art, and referr'd to the meridian of London, metropolis of Great Britain; ... to the latitude of 53 degrees north; from new ... never yet published; which are so correct [and] fit for navigation, that the longitude (by help [ther]eof) may be discover'd to one degree. The eighth impression. [By E]dmund Weaver, [licensed] [phy]sician, and student in the cœlestial sciences

Main Author: Weaver, Edmund
Format: eBook
Published: London Printed by Henry Parker, for the Company of Stationers 1730, 1730
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:English Short Title Catalog, T55795. - Imprimatur Aug. 16. 1729. W. G. - Reproduction of original from British Library. - Titlepage in red and black
Physical Description:Online-Ressource ([48]p) 8°