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Longitude -- England -- Early works to 1800. : The sea-man's kalender: or, An ephemerides of the sun, moon, and certain of the most notable fixed stars. : Also, rules for finding the prime, epact, moon's age, time of high-water, with tables for the same; and the courses, distances, and soundings of the coasts of England, Scotland, Ireland, France, &c. And a table of latitude and longitude, of the principal ports, head-lands, and islands in the world / first calculated by John Tap: now rectified and enlarg'd with many additions. Viz. A new exact table of the north-star, and new tables of 65 of the principal fixed-stars, their coming upon the meridian every day ; with their right ascension and declination, &c. With a discovery of the long hidden secret of longitude, by Henry Bond, teacher of the mathematicks. And many other rules and tables added, very useful in the art of navigation. By Henry Philippes, philo nauticus.
Bond, Henry. Longitude found. : The longitude not found, or, An answer to a treatise written by Henry Bond, Senior, shewing a way to find the longitude by the magnetical inclinatory needle : wherein is proved that the longitude is not, nor cannot be found by the magnetical inclinatory needle / by Peter Blackborrow, Gent.