A compleat system of astronomy. In two volumes. Containing, the description and use of the sector, the laws of spheric geometry; the projection of the sphere orthographically and stereographically upon the planes of the meridian, ecliptic and horizon; the doctrine of the sphere; and the eclipses of the Sun and Moon for thirty nine years. Together with all the precepts of calculation. Also new tables of the motions of the planets, fix'd stars, and the first satellite of Jupiter's declinations to every degree and minute of the ecliptic, to six degrees of N. and S. latitude; of right and oblique ascensions, and logistical logarithms. To the whole are prefix'd, astronomical definitions, for the benefit of young students. The second edition, with additions. By Charles Leadbettar, teacher of the Mathematics.
- Leadbetter, Charles, active 1728.
- MDCCXLII