|Author:||Holland, R. (Richard), 1596-1677.|
|Title:||Globe notes. By R. Holland.|
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Globe notes. By R. Holland.
Holland, R. (Richard), 1596-1677.
Oxford: printed by L. Lichfield, printer to the University, and are to be sold by Ric. Davis, 1678.
Celestial globes -- Early works to 1800.
NOTES UPON Both Globs Celestial and Terrestial.
First concerning the Celestial. GLOBE.
The Six great Circles are these.
The Four lesser Circles are,
The Second thing noted in the Delineati∣on in the Points to be observed on the Globe.
The Third thing observed in the Delinea∣tions, are the Figures drawn upon the Globe.
The Third thing to be observed in General is the use of this Globe.
First concerning the Motions.
Secondly concerning the Divisions.
Thirdly, now follow the propositi∣ons wrought by the Globe.
Description of the Terrestial GLOBE.
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