A supplement to all former treatises on the use of the globes, render'd necessary from the late improvements exhibited to the public on Mr. Neale's patent globes. In two parts. Part I. Introductory: Containing the Description and Uses of the several Circles and Points on the Globes, intended for the Instruction and Benefit of young Beginners. Part II. Supplemental: Wherein the superior Excellency and Utility of these Globes are exemplified, in the Solution of above one hundred curious Problems in those noble Sciences, Astronomy, Geography, and Navigation: in so plain and intelligible a Manner, that such, who were before Strangers to the Nature and Cause of the Phoenomena resulting from the Motions of the Heavenly Bodies, may with great Ease obtain a competent Knowledge thereof. By Edward Moore, Teacher of Geography and Navigation, in Deptford.
- Moore, Edward, of Deptford.
- M.DCC.LI. 
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London : printed: and sold by M. Cooper, in Pater-Noster-Row; B. Cole, mathematical instrument maker, in Fleet Street, and by the patentee, at his House in Leadenhall-Street, M.DCC.LI. 
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