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The doctrine of eclipses, both solar and lunar; containing short and easy precepts for computing solar and lunar eclipses. The general and geographical phænomena of solar eclipses. for Any Particular Place, with or without Parallaxes, Fully and Clearly Explained, from the Latest Discoveries and Improvements; whereby Any Person of a Moderate Capacity may be Able in a Short Time to Solve those Grand and Sublime Astronomical Prolembs. With correct astronomical tables from a manuscript copy of the Tabulæ Dunelmenses, fitted to the meridian of Greenwich. By Blith Hancock, Teacher of the Mathematics.

Hancock, Blyth, 1721 or 1722-1795.
Date
M.DCC.LXXXII. [1782]
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Norwich : printed by J. Crouse, for the author, and sold by M. Booth, Bookseller, in the Market-Place, M.DCC.LXXXII. [1782]

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xvi,100p.,plates ; 8⁰.

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ESTC T115000

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Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Thomson Gale, 2003. (Eighteenth century collections online). Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.

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