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Author: Shakerley, Jeremy, fl. 1651.
Title: The anatomy of Urania practica: or, a short mathematicall discourse; laying open the errors and impertinencies delivered in a treatise lately published by Mr. Vincent Wing, and Mr. William Leybourne, under the title of Urania practica. By Jeremy Shakerley philomath.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The anatomy of Urania practica: or, a short mathematicall discourse; laying open the errors and impertinencies delivered in a treatise lately published by Mr. Vincent Wing, and Mr. William Leybourne, under the title of Urania practica. By Jeremy Shakerley philomath.
Shakerley, Jeremy, fl. 1651.

London: Printed by Thomas Brudenell, 1649.
Subject terms:
Astronomy
Nautical astronomy
Wing, Vincent, -- 1619-1668. -- Urania practica
Leybourn, William, -- 1626-1716
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A93028.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Honourable Major Generall LAMBERT: The Author wisheth Felicity.
To the Mathematicall READERS.
THE ANATOMIE OF ƲRANIA PRACTICA.
CHAP. I. The occasion of this Discourse.
CHAP. II. An errour in finding the Dominicall Letter and Epact in the Forraign Accompt perpetually, detected.
CHAP. III. The inequality of the Precession of the Equinoctiall points examined.
CHAP. IIII. Of the Sun and Moons Tables.
CHAP. V. Whether the second inequalitie of the Moon have de∣pendance of the Sunnes mean or true and apparent place.
CHAP. VI. A demonstrative examination of our Authors Tables of Eclipses.
CHAP. VII. Of the aequation of Naturall Dayes.
CHAP. VIII. Our Authors determination of the distance of Cae∣lestiall bodies from the earth examined.
CHAP. IX. A brief summary of some other Defects and Imper∣fections.
Domino Vincentio Wing in Ma∣thematicis studioso.
A Postscript to the Reader.
THE CONTENTS.