Franklin

MLA

Phillippes, Henry. The Advancement of the Art of Navigation: In Two Parts : the First Shewing by a New Canon of Sines, Tangents, and Secants, How to Resolve All Cases of Right-lined Triangles, Onely by Looking Into the Tables Without Any Calculation : Particularly Applied to All the Three Kinds of Sailing : Viz. by the Plain Chart, by Mercaters Chart, by a Great Circle, and to the Art of Surveying : the Second Part, Shewing Several Observations for the Better Odering of the Log-line, and for the More Exact and Ready Measuring, Not Onely of Minutes, but Seconds of Time, with Some New Experiments and Engines for the More Constant Finding of a Ships Way. London: Printed by R. & W. Leybourn for George Hulock ..., 1657.

APA

Phillippes, H. (1657). The advancement of the art of navigation: in two parts : the first shewing by a new canon of sines, tangents, and secants, how to resolve all cases of right-lined triangles, onely by looking into the tables without any calculation : particularly applied to all the three kinds of sailing : viz. by the plain chart, by Mercaters chart, by a great circle, and to the art of surveying : the second part, shewing several observations for the better odering of the log-line, and for the more exact and ready measuring, not onely of minutes, but seconds of time, with some new experiments and engines for the more constant finding of a ships way. London: Printed by R. & W. Leybourn for George Hulock ...

Chicago

Phillippes, Henry, Henry Phillippes, and Henry Phillippes. The Advancement of the Art of Navigation: In Two Parts : the First Shewing by a New Canon of Sines, Tangents, and Secants, How to Resolve All Cases of Right-Lined Triangles, Onely by Looking Into the Tables without Any Calculation : Particularly Applied to All the Three Kinds of Sailing : Viz. by the Plain Chart, by Mercaters Chart, by a Great Circle, and to the Art of Surveying : the Second Part, Shewing Several Observations for the Better Odering of the Log-Line, and for the More Exact and Ready Measuring, Not Onely of Minutes, but Seconds of Time, with Some New Experiments and Engines for the More Constant Finding of a Ships Way. London: Printed by R. & W. Leybourn for George Hulock ..., 1657.