|Title:||A perfect and easie treatise of the vse of the cœlestiall globe written aswell for an introduction of such as bee yet vnskilfull in the studie of astronomie: as the practise of our countriemen, which bee exercised in the art of nauigaiton. Compiled by Charles Turnbull: and set out with as much plainnes as the author could: to the end it might of euery man be vnderstood.|
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A perfect and easie treatise of the vse of the cœlestiall globe written aswell for an introduction of such as bee yet vnskilfull in the studie of astronomie: as the practise of our countriemen, which bee exercised in the art of nauigaiton. Compiled by Charles Turnbull: and set out with as much plainnes as the author could: to the end it might of euery man be vnderstood.
Imprinted at London: [by G. Robinson] for Symon Waterson, 
|Alternate titles:||Perfect and easie treatise of the use of the cœlestiall globe Perfect and easie treatise of the use of the cœlestiall globe. Vse of the globe. Use of the globe.|
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Running title reads: The vse of the globe.
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Globes, Celestial -- Early works to 1800.
INSIGNISSIMO VIRO, AC OMNI VIR∣tutum genere clarissimo Magistro Henrico Nocllo, Carolus Turn∣bullus salutem ac foelicita∣tem perpetuam com∣precatur.
To the Reader.
DEFINITIONS to be praemised neces∣sarie for the vnderstan∣ding of the Globe.
OF THE NAME of the Sphaere, and his di∣uers and sundrie kindes of di∣uisions: together with the motion of ech one in his kinde.
▪OF THE CIR∣cles of the Sphaere of Heauen, and of their na∣mes, and how they be made.
OF THE LESSER Circles of the Sphaere, and their names, and of their making.
Of the vse of the Circles of the Sphaere or Globle.
▪HOW THE Globe is to be placed, readie for his vse and practise.
Propositio. 1. To finde a Meridian line in any place appoynted.
Propositio. 2. To take the height of any Starre.
Propositio. 3. To take the altitude of the Pole in in any place or countrey.
Propositio. 4. To rectifie the Globe perfectly for to be vsed.
Propositio. 5. To finde the place of the Sunne at any tyme.
Propositio. 6. To finde the declination of any point of the Ecliptick or of the Sunne, at any tyme.
Propositio. 7. To finde the right ascention of the Sunne, or any point of the Ecliptick line.
Propositio. 8. To finde the crooked ascention of the Sunne, Starre, or any point of the Ecliptick.
Propositio. 9. To find the difference of ascention, or increase of the day.
Propositio. 10. To finde the length of the Artifi∣ciall day in any Region or Countrie.
Propositio. 11. To finde the hower of the Sunne rising, or of his setting.
Propositio. 12. An other way to finde the same more mechanically.
Propositio. 13. To finde how farre the Sunne riseth or setteth from the true East or West point any day.
Propositio. 14. To rectifie the Index of the hower Circle euery day as he ought.
Propositio. 15. To finde the noone height of the Sunne for any day to come, or gone in any place whose eleuation is knowen.
Propositio. 16. To find the depression of the Sunne at midnight.
Propositio. 17. To find what height the Sunne shall haue at any certaine hower of any artificiall day.
Propositio. 18. By any height of the Sunne geuen and his place: to find the hower of the day.
Propositio. 19. By the hower knowen, and the height of the Sunne at that hower: together with the Index, rectified as he ought: to find the place of the Sunne at that tyme.
Propositio. 20. The hower and place of the Sunne be∣ing giuen: to find howe farre the Sunne is gone from the true East poynt.
Propositio. 21. The distance of the Sunne being geuen, from true East, together with his height at the same time, and the height of the Pole for the same region: to finde the true place of the Sunne, at any time.
Propositio. 22. The distance of the Sunne being geuen from true East, and the place of the same: to find the height of the Sunne which he hath at the same time.
Propositio. 23. The distance of the Sunne from true East being geuen, and his place: to find the hower of the day.
Propositio. 24. The distance of the Sunne being geuen from true East, and his height, to find the time of his rising.
Propositio. 25. The distaunce of the Sunne being giuen from true East, and his height, to finde his Declination.
Propositio. 26. The declination of the Sunne being knowne: to finde the place of the Sunne.
Propositio. 27. The declination of the Sunne be∣ing knowne: to finde the day of the Moneth.
Propositio. 28. The day of the Moneth being knowne, to finde the length of the Plane∣tarie hower.
Propositio. 29. The day of the Moneth being giuen: to finde the dawning of the day.
Propositio. 30. To finde the length of the whole dawning.
Propositio. 31. An other way to finde the length of the Artificiall day or night.
Propositio. 32. To finde the hower of the day.
Propositio. 33. To finde the eleuation of the Pole, in any place.
Propositio 34. An other way to doe the same.
Propositio. 35. An other way of working the same, with more praecisenes.
Propositio. 36. To make a Horizontall Diall by the Globe.
Propositio. 37. How the Starres may be knowne by the Globe of Heauen.
Propositio. 38. To finde the Longitude of any fixed Starre.
Propositio. 39. To finde the Latitude of any Starre.
Propositio. 40. To finde what Starres be aboue ground at any time of the day or night.
Propositio. 41. To doe the same without Sunne, or appearaunce of any Starre.
Propositio. 42. To finde what Starres will passe directly ouer our heads in the motion of the heauen.
Propositio. 43. To knowe with what degree of the E∣cliptick any Starre rised, commeth to the Meridian: or setteth.
Propositio. 44. To knowe the hower of any Starres rising.
Propositio. 45. To find in how long time any whole signe ariseth.
Propositio. 46. To find in what coast any starre is, and how many degrees from the Meridian.
Propositio. 47. To find what Starres rise or set any day, Cosmically, Achronically or Helically.
Propositio. 48. To knowe the hower of the night, at any time by the Starres.
Propositio. 49 To find the fower Cardinall points of heauen at any time of day or night.
Propositio. 50. To find the bignes of the angle, made betwixt the Meridian Circle, and any Circle of position.
Propositio. 51. To find the beginnings and endes of the 12 howses of Heauen.