2 edition of Nautical tables designed for the use of British seamen. found in the catalog.
Nautical tables designed for the use of British seamen.
|Contributions||Inman, James Williams,|
|LC Classifications||VK563 I55 1871|
|The Physical Object|
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The instrument used for making the necessary angular measurements of lunar distances and celestial altitudes was a reflecting quadrant of the type invented by John Hadley in and already in widespread use among seamen. In his book The British Mariners Guide (London, ) he gave detailed instructions on how to use and rectify this. In appeared his well-known book, ‘Navigation and Nautical Astronomy for the use of British Seamen,’ with accompanying tables. In the third edition () he introduced a new trigonometrical function, the half-versine, or haversine, the logarithms of which were added to the tables, and enormously simplified the practical solution of.
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Nautical Tables designed for the use of British Seamen Rev. James Inman, re-edited and adapted to modern needs by William Hall, a second edition of the above.
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Genre/Form: Tables: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Inman, James, Nautical tables designed for the use of British seamen. London: Rivingtons, DETAILS. A vellum bound reference book of nautical tables by James Inman. New edition, with an explanation and details of the use of tables.
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Original edition, ; these tables were approved for use in the Royal Navy. 28, Nathaniel Bowditch ().Cited by: 4. A term describing the seamen of a British warship. Bluenose: A general nautical term for Canadians, but more especially for Nova Scotian sailing ships and men. Bluewater Sailing: Open ocean sailing.
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On period wove paper. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at Title: The Sailor's Word-Book An Alphabetical Digest of Nautical Terms, including Some More Especially Military and Scientific, but Useful to Seamen; as well as Archaisms of Early Voyagers, etc.
Title: Norie's Nautical Tables with Explanations of their use, J. Norie. New Revised Edition rearranged under the direction of Captain F. Hopkins, 42 pages explanation, pages tables + 6 pages Preface, Index and List of Contents; Weight 2½ lb.
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Westley and A.Ina comprehensive set of inspection tables in nine volumes was published by the U.S. Hydrographic Office under the title Tables of Computed Altitude and Azimuth but generally known by the book reference HO. The corresponding British tables, known as H.D.were published in six volumes and formed at the time the most.The instrument used for making the necessary angular measurements of lunar distances and celestial altitudes was a reflecting quadrant of the type invented by John Hadley in and already in widespread use among seamen.
In his book The British Mariners Guide published in London inhe gave detailed instructions on how to use and rectify.