3 edition of new treatise on astronomy, and the use of the globes, in two parts ... found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||QB45 .M15|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, -326 p.|
|Number of Pages||326|
|LC Control Number||03010609|
A Short Course in Astronomy and the Use of the Globes © – By: H. Kiddle – pages: A Short History of Astronomy © – By: A. Berry – pages: A Study of the Sky © – By: H. A. Howe – pages: A Text-Book of Astronomy © – By: G. C. Comstock – pages. 4. ‘The Young Student's Memorial Book,’ 5. ‘A new System of Decimal Arithmetic,’ , containing a new set of tables, showing the value of any decimal part of any integer, whether money, weight, measure, motion, time, &c. 6. ‘Trigonometer's Complete Guide,’ 2 vols. 7. ‘Description and Use of both the Globes,’ 8.
Orig. old colouring. With 4 globes in the corners. 47, cm (18 3/4 x 22 inch.). Geographical and astronomical map showing four views of equatorial, ecliptic, tropical, and polar circles among the lines of longitude and latitude. Two small charts demonstrate solar positions with respect to the earth and the refraction of light. She takes readers on a chronological journey around the world to examine a wide variety of globes, from those of the Renaissance that demonstrated a renewed interest in classical thinkers; to those of James Wilson, the first successful commercial globe maker in America; to those mass-produced in Boston and New York beginning in the s.
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Title: A new treatise on astronomy, and the use of the globes, in two parts Authors: M'intire, James: Publication: New York, A. Barnes & co.; Cincinnati, H. Full text of "A new treatise on astronomy, and the use of the globes, in two parts." See other formats.
Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user : A new treatise on the use of the globes, and practical astronomy; or, A comprehensive view of the system of the world.
In four parts. Designed for the instruction of youth, and particularly adapted to the United States. (New York, Smith & Forman, ), by J. Wallace (page images at HathiTrust). a rare worn first edition designed for the use of high schools and academies by james mcintire, m.d., professor of mathematics and astronomy in the central high school of baltimore: a new treatise on a s t r o n o m y, and the use of the globes in two parts.
pages plus ads. very rareSeller Rating: % positive. An elementary treatise on astronomy: in four parts, containing a systematic and comprehensive exposition of the theory, and the more important practical problems: with solar, lunar, and other astronomical tables: designed for use as a text-book in colleges and the higher academies / (New York: Wiley & Halsted,c), by William A.
A new treatise on the use of the globes, and practical astronomy; or A comprehensive view of the system of the world.
[electronic resource]: In four parts.: I. An. A New Treatise on the Use of Globes and Practical Astronomy: J. Wallace: Smith & Forman: 1st: Two parts in one volume.
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Ramon Llull (circa −), a key figure in medieval literature, was a multifaceted personality who pursued literature, philosophy, theology, and the natural sciences with passion and skill.
An extraordinarily prolific writer, he is considered to be the author of works, written mainly in Latin and. Page - NODE, (1) in astronomy, the two points in which the orbit of a planet intersects the plane of the ecliptic; the one through which the planet passes from the south to the north side of the.
ecliptic being called the ascending node, and the other the descending node. As all the bodies of the solar system, whether planets or comets, move in orbits variously inclined to the ecliptic.
Antique () Guys Elements of Astronomy hardcover book with an abridgement of Keith's New Treatise on the Use of Globes. Published by Charles DeSilver Philadelphia the book (taken from an advertisement for the tome in Merchant's Magazine circa ) Guy's Elements of Astrono.
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Robert Hues () was an English mathematician and geographer who published this work in to explain the use of the new terrestrial and celestial globes devised by Emery Molyneux in These were the first English manufactured globes and were popular with both navigators and : Robert Hues.
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The oldest known text is the Vedanga. treatise on astronomy. by elias loomis, ll.d. plate iv. a treatise on astronomy. by elias loomis, f-rofessor of natural philosophy and astronomy ll.d.
in yale college “an introduction to practicad astronomy,” and of a of mathematics for schools and colleges. new york: harper & brothers, publishers, and pearl street. 18 ; author. An elementary treatise on astronomy; in two parts.
The first containing a clear and compendious view of the theory; the second, a number of practical problems. as have been dictated by eight years' experience in the use of this work as a class book.
The tables of the elements of the planetary orbits, have been arranged in a more convenient. The final book applies the globes to the solution of spherical triangles, a necessary skill for mariners practicing the new art of celestial navigation. Knowledge of how to use globes in the solving of all these sorts of problems is a skill now largely forgotten and Moxon's treatise is a valuable historic resource on this account alone.
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