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Author: Thompson, Anthony, d. 1665 or 6.
Title: The whole art of reflex dialling shevving the vvay to make all manner of dials which shall shew the houre by a spot of light reflected from a glasse upon any cieling whether it be flat or curved, or any other way irregular. As also upon any other object whatsoever, and whether the glasse be plain, or convex, as likewise whether it lie in the plain of the horizon, or oblique unto it. Together with all necessary furniture belonging thereunto. All performed by an easie instrument fitted, with lines to that purpose. Published by Anthony Thompson.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The whole art of reflex dialling shevving the vvay to make all manner of dials which shall shew the houre by a spot of light reflected from a glasse upon any cieling whether it be flat or curved, or any other way irregular. As also upon any other object whatsoever, and whether the glasse be plain, or convex, as likewise whether it lie in the plain of the horizon, or oblique unto it. Together with all necessary furniture belonging thereunto. All performed by an easie instrument fitted, with lines to that purpose. Published by Anthony Thompson.
Thompson, Anthony, d. 1665 or 6.

London: printed for William Leybourn, M. DC. LVIII. [1658]
Notes:
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Sundials -- England -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A64580.0001.001

Contents
title page
illustrations
The Publisher to the Reader.
treatise on horological instrument
CHAP. 1, The Description of the Instrument.
CHAP. 2. Precepts for the ready Ʋse of this Instrument.
CHAP. 3.
Chap. 4.
Chap. 5. How to performe all the fore-going precepts, without any projection by the eye.
A general and most easie way, to project houre lines on all kinds of superficies without any knowledge how they are situated in respect of Declination or Inclination.