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The nautical almanac and astronomical ephemeris, for the year 1791
Great Britain. Commissioners of Longitude.
1786 by printed by William Richardson; and sold by Peter Elmsly in London .
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 2059, no. 11.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||168|
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SADLER Former Superintendent, HM Nautical Almanac Office Summary - The Royal Observatory was founded in specifically for " the rectifying the tables of the Cited by: 4. The nautical almanac and astronomical ephemeris, for the year Published by order of the Commissioners of Longitude.
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(London, Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., ), by. First annual volume of The Nautical Almanac and Astronomical Ephemeris, produced by Astronomer Royal Nevil Maskelyne at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, giving navigators the means to find longitude at sea using tables of lunar distance.
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Speculum nauticum A looking-glasse for sea-men. Wherein they may behold, how by a small instrument, called the plain-scale, all nautical questions, and astronomical propositions, are very easily and demonstratively performed.
First set down by John Aspley, student in physick, and practitioner of the mathematicks in London. The sixth edition. Babbage and his associates continued to promote scientific reform throughout the eighteen twenties and thirties by attempting, unsuccessfully, two reforms in and of the Royal Society; by successfully reforming the Nautical Almanac and Astronomical Ephemeris which prior to had been the foremost work of its kind in Europe; and by Author: Walter Lyle Bell.
Tabulating the Heavens tells the story: “The Nautical Almanac and Astronomical Ephemeris, was to be published annually giving data relating to a particular year. It contained tables of lunar distances tabulated for every three hours of every day. It also contained other astronomical data of use to both the navigator and the astronomer.”.
London: Murray, The Nautical Almanac and Astronomical Ephemeris for the year published by John Murray for the Commissioners of Longitude, London In a full leather binding with raised bands and gold-stamped decoration to the spine. Size 21 by 13 cm. pages plus another 6 pp of publisher's information.
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Naval Observatory, United Kingdom: published in 0: The American. THE HISTORY OF VERMONT, FROM ITS DISCOVERY TO ITS ADMISSION INTO THE UNION IN (Albany, ). 8vo, (1) pp., folding map, small broadside advertisement for book laid in at front.
Howes H Presentation copy from. THE NAUTICAL ALMANAC AND ASTRONOMICAL EPHEMERIS FOR THE YEAR (London, ). 8vo, full calf, (5) pp. Bound with: Same for (6) pp. Bound with: Same for (5) pp. Three titles in one volume. On 13th June he was appointed, along with others, by the Astronomer Royal Maskelyne to compute tables for the first Nautical Almanac and Astronomical Ephemeris.
It was published in and has been published annually ever since. For this he was paid £70 per annum per Almanac, raised to £75 in This index refers to page numbers in the published volumes.
Documents subsequently added to the digital editions are marked with a +. Copies of the published volumes are available at a library near you, or may be purchased through this website or from Princeton University volumes are also available via two online platforms, the Rotunda version through the.
Johann Franz Encke's father was Johann Michael Encke (), a Lutheran clergyman at the Jacobikirche (St James church) in grandfather, Georg Friedrich Encke, had also been a pastor, in Altluneberg, near Bremen. His mother Marie Misler (), was the daughter of Johann Gottfried Misler, a civil servant, and Maria Schramm.
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The nautical almanac and astronomical ephemeris for the year Published by order of The Lords Commisioners of the Admiralty. London: John Murray. Anon. Extract from a Private Letter addressed to Captain Sabine, R.A. F.R.S., by Mr. David Douglas, F.L.S. Dated Woahoo (Sandwich Islands) 3d of May, Notebooks E1-E19, with some additional loose sheets, containing calculations made at the Nautical Almanac Office by various assistants under Stratford's supervision, relating to Halley's Comet,folios.
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Dunlap for gazettes of bound D. The Nautical Almanac and Astronomical Ephemeris, established in by English astronomer-royal Nevil Maskelyne, was published annually in London. “Memorandum Books, ,” Founders Online, National Archives, https.
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The first volume of The American Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac was issued in .Our own Nautical Almanac, at that day, viz. inhad fallen or had remained greatly behind the requirements of astronomers; but in speaking of the merits of the foreign Ephemeris, the report of the Council runs as follows: ''A gold medal has been voted to Professor Encke for the superb Ephemeris of Berlin.
It would be superfluous to dwell.Matthew W eld Downing (–), Superintendent of the Nautical Almanac, with nancial assistance from the India Of ce and the Royal Society. The revised.