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Fri Mar 21 17:13:22 2014 UTClccn-nr930222320.00An examination of Baron Maseres's solution of M. Bouguers example to Dr. Halley's problem ... /0.811.00The description and use of the sliding rule, in arithmetic, and in the mensuration of surfaces and solids Also, the description of the ship carpenter's sliding rule, and its use applied to the construction of masts, yards, &c. together with the description and use of the guaging rule, gauging rod, & ullage rule54927883Andrew_Mackay_(mathematician)nr 930222323399147np-delmar, pDelmar, P.lccn-n85049037Ferguson, James1710-1776lccn-n84080575Horrocks, Jeremiah1617?-1641lccn-no2011104060Wilkie and Robinsonlccn-no91024715Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Ormenp-walker, jWalker, J.lccn-n86104839B. Crosby and Conc-j and j richardsonJ. and J. Richardsonlccn-n87864025Archibald Constable & Conc-black parry and kingsburyBlack, Parry, and KingsburyMackay, Andrew1758-1809ObservationsAstronomyNavigationNautical astronomyLongitudeSlide-ruleChronologyMeasurementVenus (Planet)LatitudeCelestial mechanicsSolar systemMathematicsMathematical instrumentsMagnetic declinationMoonNewton, Isaac,Logarithms176018091793179617991800180118041805180618071809181018111812182271031101520AC1ocn006831684ocn006911322ocn863558432ocn798051400ocn05762482012413ocn745253341file17990.73Mackay, AndrewThe description and use of the sliding rule, in the mensuration of wood, stone, bales, &c. Also, the description of the ship-carpenters sliding rule, and its use applied to the construction of masts, yards, &c. By Andrew Mackay, L.L.D.F.R.S. Edin. & c1178ocn642291251file18000.73Mackay, AndrewThe commencement of the nineteenth century determined upon unerring principles. By Andrew Mackay, LL. D.F.R.S. Edin. &c1045ocn015442509book18070.94Mackay, AndrewThe complete navigator, or, An easy and familiar guide to the theory and practice of navigation with all the requisite tables, etc., illustrated with engravings993ocn006831684book18090.84Ferguson, JamesAstronomy explained upon Sir Isaac Newton's Principles, and made easy to those who have not studied mathematics. To which are added, A plain method of finding the distances of all the planets from the sun, by the transit of Venus over the sun's disc, in the year 1761. An account of Mr. Horrox's observation of the transit of Venus in 16397916ocn007011827book17930.86Mackay, AndrewThe theory and practice of finding the longitude at sea or land : to which are added, various methods of determining the latitude of a place, and variation of the compass ; with new tables534ocn008059975book18070.88Mackay, AndrewThe complete navigator: or, An easy and familiar guide to the theory and practice of navigation. With all the requisite tables, &c., &c., illustrated with engravings264ocn035913162book18040.88Mackay, AndrewA collection of mathematical tables : for the use of students in universities and academies, for the practical navigator, geographer, and surveyor, for men of business & c2511ocn022249626book18040.76Mackay, AndrewThe complete navigator: or, An easy and familiar guide to the theory and practice of navigation193ocn270111579book18100.76Mackay, AndrewThe complete navigator: or, An easy and familiar guide to the theory and practice of navigation, : with all the requisite tables, &c. &c. Illustrated with engravings.162ocn024401269book18010.95Mackay, AndrewThe theory and practice of finding the longitude at sea or land : to which are added, various methods of determining the latitude of a place, and variation of the compass : with new tables102ocn018029396book18120.86Mackay, AndrewThe description and use of the sliding gunter in navigation75ocn123198593book18090.76Ferguson, JamesAstronomy explained upon Sir Isaac Newton's Principles, and made easy to those who have not studied mathematics to which are added, a plain method of finding the distances of all the planets from the sun, by the transit of Venus over the sun's disc, in the year 1761 : an account of Mr. Horrox's observation of the transit of Venus, in the year 1639 : and of the distances of all the planets from the sun, as deduced from observations of the transit in the year 176154ocn079331135book17930.47Mackay, AndrewTheory & practice of finding the longitude at sea or land : To which are added, various methods of determining the latitude of a place, & variations of the compass; with new tables32ocn834687024book17930.47Mackay, AndrewThe theory and practice of finding the longitude at sea or land : to which are added various methods of determining the latitude of a place, and variation of the compass; with new tables31ocn054579671book18110.86Mackay, AndrewThe description and use of the sliding rule in arithmetic and in the mensuration of surfaces and solids : also, the description of the ship carpenter's sliding rule and its use applied to the construction of masts, yards, &c. : together with the description and use of the gauging rule, gauging rod, & ullage rule32ocn834686983book17930.47Mackay, AndrewThe theory and practice of finding the longitude at sea or land : to which are added various methods of determining the latitude of a place, and variation of the compass; with new tables22ocn066285610com18111.00Mackay, AndrewThe description and use of the sliding rule, in arithmetic, and in the mensuration of surfaces and solids Also, the description of the ship carpenter's sliding rule, and its use applied to the construction of masts, yards, &c. together with the description and use of the guaging rule, gauging rod, & ullage rule21ocn011174091book17960.47Mackay, AndrewA comparison of the different methods of solving the problem in navigation, commonly called, Doctor Halley's problem : with a new method for the same purpose11ocn249105435book1807Mackay, AndrewAn examination of Baron Maseres's solution of M. Bouguers example to Dr. Halley's problem ...11ocn643509568book18010.47Mackay, AndrewThe method of finding the longitude at sea, : by lunar observationsObservations11ocn779560167visuAndrew Mackay. Stipple engraving by J. Heath after A. RobertsonFri Mar 21 15:25:35 EDT 2014batch11744