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Author: Sturmy, Samuel, 1633-1669.
Title: The mariners magazine, or, Sturmy's mathematical and practical arts containing the description and use of the scale of scales, it being a mathematical ruler, that resolves most mathematical conclusions, and likewise the making and use of the crostaff, quadrant, and the quadrat, nocturnals, and other most useful instruments for all artists and navigators : the art of navigation, resolved geometrically, instrumentally, and by calculation, and by that late excellent invention of logarithms, in the three principal kinds of sailing : with new tables of the longitude and latitude of the most eminent places ... : together with a discourse of the practick part of navigation ..., a new way of surveying land ..., the art of gauging all sorts of vessels ..., the art of dialling by a gnomical scale ... : whereunto is annexed, an abridgment of the penalties and forfeitures, by acts of parliaments appointed, relating to the customs and navigation : also a compendium of fortification, both geometrically and instrumentally / by Capt. Samuel Sturmy.
Series: Early English books online text creation partnership. Navigations series.
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Print source: The mariners magazine, or, Sturmy's mathematical and practical arts containing the description and use of the scale of scales, it being a mathematical ruler, that resolves most mathematical conclusions, and likewise the making and use of the crostaff, quadrant, and the quadrat, nocturnals, and other most useful instruments for all artists and navigators : the art of navigation, resolved geometrically, instrumentally, and by calculation, and by that late excellent invention of logarithms, in the three principal kinds of sailing : with new tables of the longitude and latitude of the most eminent places ... : together with a discourse of the practick part of navigation ..., a new way of surveying land ..., the art of gauging all sorts of vessels ..., the art of dialling by a gnomical scale ... : whereunto is annexed, an abridgment of the penalties and forfeitures, by acts of parliaments appointed, relating to the customs and navigation : also a compendium of fortification, both geometrically and instrumentally / by Capt. Samuel Sturmy.
Sturmy, Samuel, 1633-1669.

London: Printed by E. Cotes for G. Hurlock, W. Fisher, E. Thomas, and D. Page ..., 1669.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A61915.0001.001
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Contents
The Compleat MARINER, OR NAVIGATOR. The First Book.
CHAP. II. Of what is needful first to be known in the Practick Part of the Compass, and how to divide the Circles and Parts.
THE GEOMETRICAL DEFINITIONS.
Geometrical Problems.
THE Mariners Magazine; OR, STURMY's Mathematical and Practical ARTS. The Second Book.
THE Mariners Magazine; OR, STURMY'S Mathematical and Practical ARTS. The Third Book.
CHAP. II. Containing the Doctrine of the Dimensions of Right-Lined Triangles, whether Right-Angled or Oblique-Angled; and the several Cases therein resolved, both by Tables, and also by the Lines of Artificial Num∣bers, Sines, and Tangents.
book 4
THE Compleat Sea-Artist; OR THE ART OF NAVIGATION. The Fourth Book. CHAP. I. Of Sailing by the Plain Chard, and the Ʋncertainties thereof; And of Navigation.
The First Proposition. Questions of Sailing by the Plain, Ordinary Sea-Chart.
CHAP. V. How to allow for known Currents, in Estimating the Ship's Course and Distance.
CHAP. XV.
The ART of Surveying of Land By the SEA-COMPASS: The DESCRIPTION of the COMPASS, and STAFF, and CHAIN. The Fifth Book.
The ART of Gaging of Vessels. CHAP. VIII. The Ʋse of the Line of Numbers, and the Lines on the Gaging Rod or Staff, and the Rules in Arithmetick in Gaging of all sorts of Vessels, (viz.) to Gage a Cube-Vessel, to Mea∣sure any Square-Vessel, and a Cylinder-Vessel; Also, Bar∣rels, Pipes, or Hogsheads; to Measure a Vessel part out, to Measure a Brewers-Tun, or a Mash-Fat, to Measure a Cone-Vessel, to Measure a Rising or Convex Crown; and also a Convex or Falling Crown in a Brewers-Copper; also a Brewers Oval Tun.
CHAP. XII. The most Excellent Gunners Scale, Which resolves the Chief Principles of the whole Art of Gunnery, in a very brief and Compendious form, never by any set forth in the like nature before; with divers Excellent Conclusions both Arithmetical, and Geometrical, and Instrumental; and by Tables being framed both with, and without the help of Arithmetick. As also divers Artificial Fire-Works, both for Recreation, and for Sea and Land-Service.
STƲRMY'S MATHEMATICAL and PRACTICAL ARTS The Sixth Book. Wherein is contained a Definition of the Circles of the Sphere, with the manner how to Resolve all the most necessary Propositions thereunto belonging, by a Line of Chords and Signs, or by Chords and Tangents; as also by Calculation by Tables.
CHAP. III. How to Calculate the Sun's true place.
THE Art of Dialling.