Franklin

MLA

Wilson, Henry, and William Leybourn. Leybourn's Dialling Improv'd: Or, the Whole Art Perform'd, I. Geometrically: By Scale and Compasses, by Projecting the Sphere Upon the Plain, Whereby the Reasons of the Operations Are Demonstrated. Ii. Arithmetically: By Sines and Tangents. Also, How to Describe All Necessary Furniture for Sun-dials, As the Sun's Place and Declination; with the Babylonish, Italick, and Jewish Hours, and the Point of the Compass the Sun Is Upon At Any Time of the Day; and to Make Dials to Give the Time of the Day At Any Place Proposed, In Any Part of the World. With Reflective Dialling: Shewing How to Make a Dial That Shall Give the True Hour of the Day, Where the Sun Cannot Shine. To Which Is Now Added, Instrumental Dialling: by the Lines of Hours, and Inclination Upon the Scales, and Likewise Mechanick Dialling, Whereby Any Person May, Without Mathematicks, Make a Dial Upon Any Plain; with the Manner of Ordering Oyl, and Colours, for Painting Sun-dials. Concluding with Tables Ready Calculated for All Latitudes and Declinations, for the More Expeditious Drawing the Hour-lines Upon Any Plain. By Henry Wilson. London: printed for A. Bettesworth, at the Red-Lyon, J. Batley, at the Dove in Pater-Noster-Row; J. Wilford, at the Three Flower-de-Luces in Little-Britain; and T. Jauncy, at the Angel without Temple-Bar, 1721.

APA

Wilson, H., & Leybourn, W. (1721). Leybourn's dialling improv'd: or, the whole art perform'd, I. Geometrically: By Scale and Compasses, by projecting the Sphere upon the Plain, whereby the Reasons of the Operations are demonstrated. II. Arithmetically: By Sines and Tangents. Also, How to describe all necessary Furniture for Sun-Dials, as the Sun's Place and Declination; with the Babylonish, Italick, and Jewish Hours, and the Point of the Compass the Sun is upon at any Time of the Day; and to make Dials to give the Time of the Day at any Place proposed, in any Part of the World. With Reflective Dialling: Shewing how to make a Dial that shall give the true Hour of the Day, where the Sun cannot shine. To which is now added, instrumental dialling: by the lines of hours, and Inclination upon the Scales, and likewise mechanick dialling, whereby any Person may, without Mathematicks, make a Dial upon any Plain; with the Manner of ordering Oyl, and Colours, for painting Sun-Dials. Concluding with tables ready calculated for all latitudes and declinations, for the more expeditious drawing the hour-lines upon any plain. By Henry Wilson. London: printed for A. Bettesworth, at the Red-Lyon, J. Batley, at the Dove in Pater-Noster-Row; J. Wilford, at the Three Flower-de-Luces in Little-Britain; and T. Jauncy, at the Angel without Temple-Bar.

Chicago

Wilson, Henry, and William Leybourn. Leybourn's Dialling Improv'd: Or, the Whole Art Perform'd, I. Geometrically: By Scale and Compasses, by Projecting the Sphere Upon the Plain, Whereby the Reasons of the Operations Are Demonstrated. II. Arithmetically: By Sines and Tangents. Also, How to Describe All Necessary Furniture for Sun-Dials, As the Sun's Place and Declination; with the Babylonish, Italick, and Jewish Hours, and the Point of the Compass the Sun Is Upon At Any Time of the Day; and to Make Dials to Give the Time of the Day At Any Place Proposed, In Any Part of the World. With Reflective Dialling: Shewing How to Make a Dial That Shall Give the True Hour of the Day, Where the Sun Cannot Shine. To Which Is Now Added, Instrumental Dialling: by the Lines of Hours, and Inclination Upon the Scales, and Likewise Mechanick Dialling, Whereby Any Person May, without Mathematicks, Make a Dial Upon Any Plain; with the Manner of Ordering Oyl, and Colours, for Painting Sun-Dials. Concluding with Tables Ready Calculated for All Latitudes and Declinations, for the More Expeditious Drawing the Hour-Lines Upon Any Plain. By Henry Wilson. London: printed for A. Bettesworth, at the Red-Lyon, J. Batley, at the Dove in Pater-Noster-Row; J. Wilford, at the Three Flower-de-Luces in Little-Britain; and T. Jauncy, at the Angel without Temple-Bar, 1721.