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Author: Paterson, James, mathematician, fl. 1685.
Title: A geographical description of Scotland. With the faires largely insert; as also, an exact table of tides, and a table of the latitude and longitude of the most remarkable places in Scotland; with other useful notes, fit for every man to know either on sea or land. Exactly calculated and formed, for the use of all travellers, mariners, and others, who have any affairs, or merchandizing in this kingdom of Scotland. / By James Paterson, mathematician.
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Print source: A geographical description of Scotland. With the faires largely insert; as also, an exact table of tides, and a table of the latitude and longitude of the most remarkable places in Scotland; with other useful notes, fit for every man to know either on sea or land. Exactly calculated and formed, for the use of all travellers, mariners, and others, who have any affairs, or merchandizing in this kingdom of Scotland. / By James Paterson, mathematician.
Paterson, James, mathematician, fl. 1685.

Edinburgh: Printed by Joshua van Solingen and John Colmar, at the foot of Heriot's Bridge, and are to be sold by James Paterson mathematician, at the head of the Cowgate, 1685.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B04928.0001.001

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