Robert Norton, A Mathematical Appendix (1604)
Robert Norton Note: 12/10/2005
Briefe Expositions of the Geometricall and Astronomicall tearmes mentioned in this Treatise
A Mathematicall Apendix, Containing Many Propositions And Conclusions mathematicall: with necessary obseruations both for Mariners at Sea, and for Cherographers and Surueyors of Land; Together with an Easie perspectiue mechanicall way, to Delineat Sunne dyalls vpon any Wall or Plane giuen, be it direct, inclyning, declyning, or reclyning, from the Horizon, or Meridian, in any Region or Place of knowne Latitude. With other things pleasant and profitable for the weale publick, not heretofore extant in our vulgar: Partly collected out of Foreigne moderne writers, and partlie inuented and practised by the Author
Henry E. Huntington Library 223765
Hard-word, term-of-art, and dialect dictionaries, glossaries, and definitions
- navigation and the sea
Ian Lancashire, Editor.
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