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Colson, Nathaniel. The Mariner's New Calendar: Containing The Principles of Arithmetic and Practical Geometry; with the Extraction of the Square and Cube Roots; Also Rules for Finding the Prime, Epact, Moon's Age, Time of High-water, with Tables for the Same. Together with Exact Tables of the Sun's Place, Declination, and Right Ascension: of the Right Ascention and Declination of the Principal Fixed Stars: of the Latitude and Longtitude of Places: a Large Table of Difference of Latitude and Departure, for the Exact Working a Traverse. Also the Description and Use of the Sea-quadrant, Fore-staff and Nocturnal: Necessary Problems In Plane-sailing and Astronomy, Wrought by the Logarithms, and by Gunter's Scale: a Tide Table: the Courses and Distances On the Coast of Great Britain, Ireland, France, &c. And the Soundings At Coming Into the Channel: with Directions for Failing Into Some Principal Harbours. By Nathaniel Colson, Student In the Mathematics. The Whole Revised, and Adjusted to the New Stile, by William Mountaine, F.r.s. London: Printed for J. Mount and T. Page and W. Mount on Tower-Hill, 1781. Where you may all sorts of mathematical books, 1781.

APA

Colson, N. (1781). The mariner's new calendar: Containing The principles of arithmetic and practical geometry; with the extraction of the square and cube roots; also rules for finding the prime, epact, moon's age, time of high-water, with tables for the same. Together with exact tables of the sun's place, declination, and right ascension: of the right ascention and declination of the principal fixed stars: of the latitude and longtitude of places: a large table of difference of latitude and departure, for the exact working a traverse. Also the description and use of the sea-quadrant, fore-staff and nocturnal: necessary problems in plane-sailing and astronomy, wrought by the logarithms, and by Gunter's scale: a tide table: the courses and distances on the coast of Great Britain, Ireland, France, &c. And the soundings at coming into the channel: with directions for failing into some principal harbours. By Nathaniel Colson, student in the mathematics. The whole revised, and adjusted to the new stile, by William Mountaine, F.R.S. London: Printed for J. Mount and T. Page and W. Mount on Tower-Hill, 1781. Where you may all sorts of mathematical books.

Chicago

Colson, Nathaniel, The Mariner's New Calendar: Containing The Principles of Arithmetic and Practical Geometry; with the Extraction of the Square and Cube Roots; Also Rules for Finding the Prime, Epact, Moon's Age, Time of High-Water, with Tables for the Same. Together with Exact Tables of the Sun's Place, Declination, and Right Ascension: of the Right Ascention and Declination of the Principal Fixed Stars: of the Latitude and Longtitude of Places: a Large Table of Difference of Latitude and Departure, for the Exact Working a Traverse. Also the Description and Use of the Sea-Quadrant, Fore-Staff and Nocturnal: Necessary Problems In Plane-Sailing and Astronomy, Wrought by the Logarithms, and by Gunter's Scale: a Tide Table: the Courses and Distances On the Coast of Great Britain, Ireland, France, &c. And the Soundings At Coming Into the Channel: with Directions for Failing Into Some Principal Harbours. By Nathaniel Colson, Student In the Mathematics. The Whole Revised, and Adjusted to the New Stile, by William Mountaine, F.R.S. London: Printed for J. Mount and T. Page and W. Mount on Tower-Hill, 1781. Where you may all sorts of mathematical books, 1781.