|Author:||Maidwell, Lewis, 1650-1715.|
|Title:||A scheme of learning propos'd to be taught in the Royal Schole for the real improvement and advancement of useful navigation, humbly submitted, &c. That from its candid, and beneficial intention, this great and good work may deserve the encouragement of this honorable House.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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A scheme of learning propos'd to be taught in the Royal Schole for the real improvement and advancement of useful navigation, humbly submitted, &c. That from its candid, and beneficial intention, this great and good work may deserve the encouragement of this honorable House.
Maidwell, Lewis, 1650-1715.
[London: s.n., 1700?]
Anonymous. By Lewis Maidwell.
With a docket title, that reads: 'A scheme for the better instructing of youth in the art of navigation only.'.
Identified on UMI microfilm (Early English books, 1641-1700) reel 1858 as Wing (2nd ed.) S864.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Education -- Early works to 1800.
Navigation -- Early works to 1800.
A Scheme of Learning Propos'd to be Taught in the Royal Schole, for the Real Improvement and Advancement of Ʋseful Navigation, Hum∣bly Submitted, &c. That from Its Candid, and Beneficial Intention, This Great and Good Work may Deserve the Encouragement of This Hono∣rable House.
7. Zurveying of Land.
8. Fortification, or Military Ar∣chitecture.
11. Trigonometry Elementary and Practical.
12. Practical Geo∣metry.
13. Use of Globes, Sphéeres, &c.
14. Mapps, and Sea-Charts, Draughts of Harbors, &c.
19. Architecture, Civil and Naval.
20. Promiscuous Learning.