|Author:||Taisnier, Jean, 1508-ca. 1562.|
|Title:||A very necessarie and profitable booke concerning nauigation, compiled in Latin by Ioannes Taisnierus, a publice professor in Rome, Ferraria, & other uniuersities in Italie of the mathematicalles, named a treatise of continuall motions. Translated into Englishe, by Richard Eden. The contents of this booke you shall finde on the next page folowyng.|
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A very necessarie and profitable booke concerning nauigation, compiled in Latin by Ioannes Taisnierus, a publice professor in Rome, Ferraria, & other uniuersities in Italie of the mathematicalles, named a treatise of continuall motions. Translated into Englishe, by Richard Eden. The contents of this booke you shall finde on the next page folowyng.
Taisnier, Jean, 1508-ca. 1562., Eden, Richard, 1521?-1576,
Imprinted at London: By Richard Iugge, [1575?]
|Alternate titles:||Very necessary and profitable booke concerning navigation. Treatise of continuall motions.|
Publication date conjectured by STC.
Signatures: [three aserisks] A-D E2.
Reproduction of original in the University of Michigan. William Clements Library.
Navigation -- Early works to 1800.
❧ The Table.
❧ To the ryght woorshipfull Syr Wylliam Wynter, Knyght, Maister of the Ordinaunce of the Queenes Maiesties Shippes, and Surueyor of the sayd Shippes. Richarde Eden wysheth health and prosperitie.
¶ To the right Reuerende father in Christe, and honorable Prince, Lorde Iohn Gebhard, of the Earles of Mansfelt. &c. Archbishop of Colen, Prince elector, duke of Angaria and VVestphalia, hygh Chaunceler of the Romayne Empire. &c.
¶ Of the nature and effectes of the Lode stone, called in Latine Magues.
Agayne, of the naure, knowledge, vertue, equalitie, qualitie, and effectes of the stone Magnes, or the Lode stone.
The same is geathered an other way.
The maner to knowe the one pole from the other.
That one stone draweth another.
The composition of Instrumentes by the stone Magnes.
Of continual motion.
The fourme of the stone.
❧ Of most swift Motion by arte of Nauigation.
Of the ryght and due proportion of what so euer Shyppe.
Of the framyng and Architecture of the aforesayde Shyp.
To what vse suche kinde of Shyppes or vesselles may be applyed.
¶Of the Flowing, and Reflowing, (that is) increase and decrease of the Sea, with the causes therof, more exactly then hytherto hath been declared by any.
❧ Demonstration of Proportions of Motions Locall, printed rather for the learned Philosopher, then the Mariner, yet the Mariner may learne many proper conclusions necessa∣rie to be knowen. To the godly and not enuious reader, Iohn Taisnier Hannonius, wisheth health. &c.
Demonstration of the Proportions of Motions Locall, agaynst Aristotle and all Philoso∣phers.