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Daboll's practical navigator: : being a concise, easy, and comprehensive system of navigation; calculated for the daily use of seamen, and also for an assistant to the teacher: containing plane, traverse, parallel, middle latitude, and Mercator's sailing; with all the necessary tables. : Concise rules are given, with a variety of examples in every part of common navigation; also, a new, scientific, and very short method of correcting the dead reckoning; with rules for keeping a complete reckoning at sea, applied to practice, and exemplified in three separate journals, in which may be seen all the varieties which can probably happen in a ship's reckoning. Preview this item
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Daboll's practical navigator: : being a concise, easy, and comprehensive system of navigation; calculated for the daily use of seamen, and also for an assistant to the teacher: containing plane, traverse, parallel, middle latitude, and Mercator's sailing; with all the necessary tables. : Concise rules are given, with a variety of examples in every part of common navigation; also, a new, scientific, and very short method of correcting the dead reckoning; with rules for keeping a complete reckoning at sea, applied to practice, and exemplified in three separate journals, in which may be seen all the varieties which can probably happen in a ship's reckoning.

Author: Nathan Daboll; Samuel Green
Publisher: New-London, (Con.) : Printed and sold by Samuel Green., 1820.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Genre/Form: Intaglio prints
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All Authors / Contributors: Nathan Daboll; Samuel Green
OCLC Number: 191273862
Notes: Copyright July 26, 1817, by Samuel Green.
"Advertisement. The proprietor has regretted the delay in the publication of this work. This has arisen principally from the sickness and death of the author, Nathan Daboll, Senior; the copy requiring corrections, which his state of health prevented his making before his decease. It hence became necessary to obtain the aid of some scientific friends, in correcting and preparing the work for the press."--p. [v].
Tables, p. [107-218].
Description: iv, [4], 106, [112] p., [1] leaf of plates : ill. ; 23 cm.
Responsibility: By Nathan Daboll, late teacher of mathematicks and astronomy, in Plainfield Academy; author of a System of arithmetick, and teacher of navigation.

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