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Author: Line, Francis, 1595-1675.
Title: An explication of the diall sett up in the Kings garden at London, an. 1669 in which very many sorts of dyalls are conteined : by which, besides the houres of all kinds diversly expressed, many things also belonging to geography, astrology, and astronomy, are by the sunnes shadow made visible to the eye, amongst which very many dialls, especially the most curious, are new inventions, hitherto divulged by none : all these particulars are shortly, yet clearly sett forth for the common good / by the Reverend Father Francis Hall, otherwise Line, of the Society of Jesus, professor of mathematicks.
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2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An explication of the diall sett up in the Kings garden at London, an. 1669 in which very many sorts of dyalls are conteined : by which, besides the houres of all kinds diversly expressed, many things also belonging to geography, astrology, and astronomy, are by the sunnes shadow made visible to the eye, amongst which very many dialls, especially the most curious, are new inventions, hitherto divulged by none : all these particulars are shortly, yet clearly sett forth for the common good / by the Reverend Father Francis Hall, otherwise Line, of the Society of Jesus, professor of mathematicks.
Line, Francis, 1595-1675.

Printed at Liege: By Guillaume Henry Streel, 1673.
Notes:
Errata: p. [1] at end.
Reproduction of original in Cambridge University Library.
Subject terms:
Dialing -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A44907.0001.001

Contents
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A BRIEF EXPLICATION OF THE PYRAMIDICALL DIALL set up in his Majestey Private Garden at White hall July 24. 1669.
CHAPTER I. Of the severall parts of this Diall: and of the Dialls described on each part, in generall.
Of the first Peece.
Of the second Peece.
Of the Third Peece.
Of the fourth Peece.
Of the fifth Peece.
Of the last or Highest Peece.
CHAPTER II. Of the 20. Verticall Dialls described on the Edge of the first Peece.
CHAPTER III. Of the 8. Reclining Dyalls Standing upon the first Peece.
Of those 4. Which stand upon the south part of the Table.
Of the other 4. Reclining Dyalls, Which stand upon the North Part hof the Table.
CHAPTER IV. Of the 4. glasse Boules standing on the 4. Branches of the first Peece.
Of the first Boule.
Of the second Boule.
Of the Third Boule.
Of the fourth Boule.
CHAPTER V. Of the 4. great Globes Standing on the first Peece.
Of the first Globe.
Of the second Globe.
Of the Third Globe.
Of the fourth Globe.
THE SIXTH CHAPTER. Of the Dyalls described on the Edge of the se∣cond Peece.
THE SEAVENTH CHAPTER. Of the 8. Reflecting Dyalls placed on the top of the second Table.
THE EIGHTH CHAPTER. Of the 4. Dyalls supported by the 4. Branches of the second Peece.
THE NINTH CHAPTER. Of the Dyalls described on the great Globe which stands on the second Table.
THE TENTH CHAPTER. Of the 4. glasse Boules supported by the fowre Bran∣ches of the great Globe.
THE ELEVENTH CHAPTER. Of the three Vppermost Peece of the Pyramis.
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PERMISSIO.
ERRATA.