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" During our voyage we had no lunar eclipses or like celestial phcnomenas, we therefore determined our progress from the difference of longitude, which we ascertained by various instruments, by taking the sun's altitude from day to day, and by calculating... "
The Voyage of Verrazzano: A Chapter in the Early History of Maritime ... - Page 185
by Henry Cruse Murphy - 1875 - 202 pages
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Collections of the New-York Historical Society for the Year ...

New York (State) - 1841
...was known to the ancients. During our voyage we had no lunar eclipses or like celestial phenomcnas, we therefore determined our progress from the difference...calculating geometrically the distance run by the snip from one horizon to another ; all these observations, as also the ebb and flow of the sea in all...
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The Discoveries of America to the Year 1525, Volume 1

Arthur James Weise - America - 1884 - 380 pages
...determined our progress from the difference of longitude, which \ve ascertained by various instruments, taking the sun's altitude from day to day, and by...these observations, as also the ebb and flow of the tide in all places, were noted down in a little book, which may prove serviceable to navigators. They...
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The Discoveries of America to the Year 1525, Volume 1

Arthur James Weise - America - 1884 - 380 pages
...X fa} - >S,75;,V, - 9»i AV»Y our voyage we had no lunar eclipses or similar celestial phenomena. We therefore determined our progress from the difference...longitude, which we ascertained by various instruments, taking the sun's altitude from day to day, and by calculating geometrically the distance run by the...
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Encyclopędia of United States history from 458 A.D. to 1902

Benson John Lossing, John Fiske, Woodrow Wilson - United States - 1901
...was known to the ancients. During our voyage we had no lunar eclipses or like celestial phenomenas, we therefore determined our progress from the difference...calculating geometrically the distance run by the sliip from one horizon to another; all these observations, as also the ebb and flow of the sea in ail...
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Discovery and Exploration, Volume 1

Alfred Brittain, George Edward Reed - America - 1903 - 511 pages
...was known to the ancients. During our voyage we had no lunar eclipses or like celestial phenomena; we therefore determined our progress from the difference...book, which may prove serviceable to navigators; they are communicated to your Majesty in the hope of promoting science. " My intention in this voyage was...
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The History of North America Volume 1 Discovery and Exploration

Alfred Brittain - 1903
...was known to the ancients. During our voyage we had no lunar eclipses or like celestial phenomena; we therefore determined our progress from the difference...book, which may prove serviceable to navigators; they are communicated to your Majesty in the hope of promoting science. "My intention in this voyage was...
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The History of North America: Discovery and exploration, by A. Brittain, in ...

Guy Carleton Lee, Francis Newton Thorpe - United States - 1903
...was known to the ancients. During our voyage we had no lunar eclipses or like celestial phenomena; we therefore determined our progress from the difference...book, which may prove serviceable to navigators; they are communicated to your Majesty in the hope of promoting science. " My intention in this voyage was...
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The Constitution of the United States, Volume 1, Issue 1

United States - Constitutional history - 1896 - 20 pages
...was known to the ancients. During our voyage we had no lunar eclipses or like celestial phenomenas, we therefore determined our progress from the difference...in all places, were noted in a little book, which 12 may prove serviceable to navigators j they are communicated to your Majesty in the hope of promoting...
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Collections of the New-York Historical Society for the Year ...

New York (State) - 1841
...was known to the ancients. During our voyage we had no lunar eclipses or like celestial phcnomenas, we therefore determined our progress from the difference...book, which may prove serviceable to navigators ; they are communicated to your Majesty in the hope of promoting science, y My intention in this voyage was...
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