The Knowledge of the Heavens and the Earth Made Easy: Or, The First Principles of Astronomy and Geography Explain'd by the Use of Globes and Maps: With a Solution of the Common Problems by a Plain Scale and Compasses, as Well as by the Globe. Written Several Years Since for the Use of Learners
T. Longman, J. Buckland, and W. Fenner, in Pater-noster row; J. Waugh in Lombard-street; J. Ward in Cornhill; and E. Dilly in the Poultry., 1760 - Astronomy - 222 pages
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