|Title:||The antiquity & excellency of globes: what a globe is, and of the circles without the globe, what the horizon is ... moreover of the circles which are described on the superficies of the globes ... all which are proper to the celestiall and terrestiall globes, with their uses ...|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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The antiquity & excellency of globes: what a globe is, and of the circles without the globe, what the horizon is ... moreover of the circles which are described on the superficies of the globes ... all which are proper to the celestiall and terrestiall globes, with their uses ...
London: Printed, by M.S. and are to be sold by Tho. Jenner ..., 1657.
Geographie and the Principles thereof
Of the Circle of the Map and their uses.
What a Globe is.
Of the Climates.
Of the figure of the heavenly Orbes and Elements.
Of the use of the Globes.
To finde delineation of the Sun for any day given.
To finde the latitude of any place.
To finde the latitude of any place by knowing the place of the Sun or other Star, and observing the altitude of it two severall times, with the space of time betwixt the two ob∣servations.
To finde the houre of the day, Rising and setting of the Sunne.
To find out the Longitude, Latitude, and declination of any fixed Star as it is expressed in the Globe.
Of the Constellations ef the Northerne Hemisphears,
Of the Northerne Signes of the Zodiack.
Of the Constellation of the Southerne Hemispheare, and first of those in the Zodiack.
Of the Constellations of the Southerne Hemispheare which are without the Zodiack
How to make a Sun Dyall by the Globe for any latitude of place.
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