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- A light to the longitude, or, The use of an instrument called the seaman's director : speedily resolving all astronomical cases and questions concerning the sun, moon, and stars : with several propositions whereby sea-men may find at what meridian and longitude they are at in all parts of the world : published for the advance of navigation
- A pocket companion for seamen : wherein is contained plain and mercator's sailing by vulgar arithmetick and tables ready calculated fitted to the meanest capacity ... : to which is added the whole art of gunnery, and gauging of vessels, measuring of board and timber, according to the best method now used
- A treatise concerning the motion of the seas and winds
- A very necessarie and profitable booke concerning navigation (1584?)
- Abrege de navigation, historique, theorique et pratique,ou l'on trouve les principes de la manuvre & ceux du pilotage, : les methodes les plus simples pour se conduire sur mer par longitudes & latitudes, avec des tables horaires pour connoitre le tems vrai par la hauteur du soleil & des estoiles dans tous les tems de l'annee, & a toutes les latitudes jusqu'a 61.
- An epitome of navigation : containing problems geometrical, the doctrine of plain and spherical triangles, and their application in plain, mercator and great circle sailing : as also in astronomy and geography, and rules for finding the variation of the compass, and correcting the course : together with the tables of the sun and stars right ascension and declination : of the latitude and longitude of places of meridional parts : likewise a traverse-table, a perpetual almanack, and other things very useful in the art of navigation : and the logarithmical sines and tangents, with the logarithms and natural numbers from 1 to 10,000, according to these exact tables formerly set forth
- An epitome of navigation : containing the doctrin of plain & spherical triangles, and their use and application in plain sailing, mercator's sailing, and great circle sailing ... : together with tables of the sun and stars ... of the latitude and longitude of places, of meridional parts : likewise a traverse-table ... and the logarithm sines and tangents ...
- An epitome of the art of navigation
- Arte del navigare
- Arte of navigation : (1561)
- Breue compendio de la sphera y de la arte de nauegar con nueuos instrumentos y reglas exemplificado con muy subtiles demonstraciones
- Certain errors in navigation
- Cordial advice: to all rash young men, who think to advance their decaying fortunes by navigation; shewing the many dangers and hardships that sailors indure [sic]. : All you whose rambling thoughts are bent to please themselves by sailing on the briny seas: how much you are mistaken, here you'll see, what dangers there, and what their hardships be: when thundring storms with testy neptune rage, seas, winds and fire, at once with ship[p]ingage [sic]: besides the small allowance ?] what stripes and labour [?] to bear: these weigh'd together and considered well, you need no more, although I worse could tell. To the tune of, I'll no more to Greenland sail, &c
- Cursus mathematicus, Mathematical sciences : in nine books ... : with the description, construction, and use of geometrical and nautical instruments, and the doctrine of triangles applied to practice in mensurations of all kinds, as in longimetria, planometria, military architecture, or taking of heights, distances, &c., surveying of land, woods, roads, &c., fortification, and in navigation, dialling, &c. ...
- Cursus mathematicus. : Mathematical sciences ... Comprehending arithmetick ... geometry ... cosmography ... astronomy ... navigation ... trigonometry ... With the description, construction, and use of geometrical and nautical instruments: and the doctrine of triangles applied to practice in mensurations of all kinds ...
- De starre-kunst : leerende de hoedanigheden der beweginge vanalle zichtbare Hemelsche Lighamen, en't berekenen haarder zichtbare plaatzen : mitsgaders, de hoedanigheden der verduistering van zon en maan, en deberekeninge van dien
- Epitome of the art of navigation, or, A short, easy, and methodical way to become a complete navigator : containing practical geometry, plane and spheric, superficial and solid, with its uses in all kinds of mensuration : trigonometry plane and spheric, both geometric, instrumental, and logarithmic, with its uses in navigation, viz., in plane, Mercator's and great circle sailing, geography, astronomy, the projection of the sphere, &c. : the Gregorian or New calendar, description and use of the plane-chart, Mercator's-chart, both globes, hemispheres, and divers other instruments : a new form of keeping a sea-reckoning, or account of a ship's way : a traverse table, a table of meridional parts, a table of 10,000 logarithms, and logarithmic sines, tangents and secants, carefully corrected
- Institutionvm astronomicarum libri dvo : quibus etiam continentur geographiae principia, nec non pleraque ad artem navigandi facientia
- L'art de naviguer : (1554)
- L'art de navigver de M. Pierre de Medine, Espagnol: : contenant toutes les reigles, secrets, & enseignemens necessaires à la bonne nauigation,
- Lilii Gregorii Gyraldi Ferrariensis, De re nautica libellus
- Longitudinis inventæ explicatio non longa, or, Fixing the volatilised, and taking time on tiptoe, briefly explain'd : by which rules are given to find the longitude at sea by, as truly and exactly as the latitude is found by the star in the tayle of Ursa Minor, call'd the Pole-star
- Mathematical elements : in III parts, the first being a discourse of practical geometry, the three parts of continued quantity, lines, planes, and solids, the second a description and use of the coelestial and terrestrial globes, the third the delineation of the globe upon the plain of any great circle, according to the stereographick or circular projection
- Mathematical institutions. : In three parts. I. Clavis, II. Janua, III, Ancilla, The key, gate, hand-maid, to the mathematical sciences, wherein the doctrine of plain and spherical triangles, is succinctly handled, geometrically demonstrated, arithmetically, geometrically, instrumentally performed, and practically apply'd to geometry, cosmography, geography, astronomy, sciographia, navigation, and theories of the planets.
- Navigation in coasting, or, The sea-mans instructer : containing severall theoreticall and practicall parts of that art, as also, some necessary points of the duty of a carefull sea-man : most pleasant and profitable for all young beginners, for whom it is designed
- Navtica mediterranea
- Nouveau traite de navigation, : contenant la theorie et la pratique du pilotage.
- Opvscvlvm perpetva memoria dignissimvm : de natvra magnetis, et eivs effectibus ...
- Practical navigation (1680)
- Practical navigation, or, An introduction to the whole art : containing many useful and geometrical definitions and problems ...
- Practical navigation, or, An introduction to the whole art : containing the doctrine of plain and spherical triangles ... as also of the plain-chart, Mercator's chart and both globes; sundry useful tables in navigation, and a table of 10,000 logarithms and of logarithm-sines, tangents and secants
- Ragionamenti sopra le varietà de i flvssi et riflvssi del mare oceano occidentale : fatti da Andrea di Noblisia, Pedotto Biscaino, & Vicenzo Sabici, Nocchiero, & Ambrosio di Goze, Ragusei
- Scientia navalis, : sev Tractatvs de constrvendis ac dirigendis navibvs ...
- Speculum nauticum : A looking-glass for sea-men : wherein they may behold how by a small instrument called the plain-scale all nautical questions and astronomical propositions are very easily and demonstratively performed
- Speculum nauticum : A looking-glass for sea-men : wherein they may behold, how by a small instrument, called the plain-scale, all nautical questions, and astronomical propositions, are very easily and demonstratively performed
- Speculum nauticum : a looking glasse for sea-men : wherein they may behold a small instrument called the plain scale whereby all questions nautical and propositions astronomical are very easily and demonstratively wrought ...
- Storia del commerzio, e della navigazione degli antichi di monsignore Huet ...
- Suite du cours de mathématiques : a l'usage des gardes du pavillon et de la marine : contenant le Traité de navigation
- Suite du cours de mathématiques, : à l'usage des gardes du pavillon et de la marine, contenant le Traité de navigation.
- Suite du cours de mathématiques, : à l'usage des gardes du pavillon et de la marine, contenant le Traité de navigation.
- Teoria compita della construzione : e del maneggio de' bastimenti ridotta ad uso di quelli che s'applicano alla navigazione
- The English pilot : describing the sea-coasts, capes, head-lands, rivers, bays, roads, havens, harbours, streights, islands, depths, rocks, shoals, sands, banks, and dangers from Hudsons-Bay to the river Amazones, with all the West-India navigation, and all the islands therein as Jamaica, Cuba, Hispaniola, Barbadoes, Porto Rico, and the rest of the Caribbes, and Bahama Islands : with a new description of New-found-land, New-England, New-York, Dellewar-Bay, Virginia, Mary-land and Carrolina, &c. : shewing the courses and distances from one place to another ..., The fourth book
- The advancement of the art of navigation : in two parts : the first shewing by a new canon of sines, tangents, and secants, how to resolve all cases of right-lined triangles, onely by looking into the tables without any calculation : particularly applied to all the three kinds of sailing : viz. by the plain chart, by Mercaters chart, by a great circle, and to the art of surveying : the second part, shewing several observations for the better odering of the log-line, and for the more exact and ready measuring, not onely of minutes, but seconds of time, with some new experiments and engines for the more constant finding of a ships way
- The advancement of the art of navigation : in two parts, the first, shewing by a new canon of sines, tangents, and secants, how to resolve all cases of right-lined triangles, only by looking into the tables, without any calculation : particularly applied to all the three kinds of sailing : viz. [brace] by the plain-chart, by mercater's chart, by a great circle : and to the art of surveying : the second part shewing several observations for the better ordering the logline, and for the more exact and ready measuring, not only minutes, but seconds of time : with some new experiments for the more constant finding of a ship's way
- The line of proportion or numbers, commonly called Gunter's line made easie : by the which may be measured all manner of superficies and solids as boards, glass, pavement, timber, stone, &c. : also, how to perform the same by a line of equal parts, drawn from the centre of a two-foot rule : whereunto is added, The use of the line of proportion improved : whereby all manner of superficies and solids may both exactly and speedily be measured, without the help of pen or compasses, by inspection, looking only upon the ruler
- The line of proportion, commonly called Gunter's line, made easie : a second part, with the addition of other lines, which may conveniently be put upon a two-foot rule and their uses exemplified
- The longitude found, or, A treatise shewing an easie and speedy way, as well by night as by day, to find the longitude, having but the latitude of the place and the inclination of the magnetical inclinatorie needle
- The longitude not found, or, An answer to a treatise written by Henry Bond, Senior, shewing a way to find the longitude by the magnetical inclinatory needle : wherein is proved that the longitude is not, nor cannot be found by the magnetical inclinatory needle
- The mariners magazine : stor'd with the following mathematical arts : the rudiments of navigation and geometry ... Also the penalties and forfeitures relating to the customs, and to navigation. With tables of logarithms, sines and tangents ...
- 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
- The mariners-compass rectified : containing tables shewing the true hour of the day, the sun being upon any point of the compass : with the true time of the rising and setting of the sun and stars, and the points of the compass that the sun and stars rise and set with : and tables of amplitude ... hereunto is added an appendix containing the description and use of those instruments most in use in the art of navigation : with a table of the latitude and longitude of places, composed after a new order
- The nature and use of Hadley's quadrant : with a preface containing the theory on which that noble and useful instrument is founded, and with a description of the nonius
- The navigator : shewing and explaining all ye chiefe principles and parts, both theorick & practick that are contayned in the famous art of navigation : with a new and admirable way of sayling by the arch of one of the greatest circles ...
- The path-way to perfect sayling : shewing briefly the six principall points or grounds of navigation
- The principles of astronomy and navigation, or, A clear, short, yet full explanation of all circles of the celestial and terrestrial globes : and of their uses : being the whole doctrine of the sphere and hypotheses to the phenomena of the primum mobile : to which is added a discovery of the secrets of nature which are found in the mercurial-weather-glass &c. : as also a new proposal for buoying up a ship of any burden from the bottom of the sea
- The safeguard of sailers, or, Great rutter : containing the courses, distances, soundings, floods, and ebbs, with the marks for the entring of sundry harbours of England, Scotland, France, Spain, Ireland, Flanders, Holland, and the sounds of Denmark, also the coast of Jutland and Norway, with other necessary rules of common navigation : collected out of the newest and largest waegoner, and confirmed by the practice and experience of many able pilots and seamen, now published for the use and benefit of all honest mariners
- The sea-man's kalender, or, An ephemerides of the sun, moon, and certain of the most notable fixed stars : as also a table of the longitude and latitude of all the most eminent places of the world
- The sea-mans grammar : containing most plain and easie directions, how to build, rigge, yard, and mast any ship whatsoever : with the plain exposition of all such terms as are used in a navie and fight at sea : whereunto is added a table of the weight, charge, shot, powder, and the dimensions of all other appurtenances belonging to all sorts of great ordnance : with divers practicall experiments in the art of gunnery : also the charge and duty of every officer in a ship and their shares : with the use of the petty tally
- The sea-mans practice : containing a fundmental probleme in navigation experimentally verified, namely, touching the compass of the earth and sea, and the quantity of a degree in our English measure : also an exact method or form of keeping a reckoning at sea ... : with certain tables and other rules useful in navigation ...
- The sea-mans practice : contayning a fvndamentall probleme in navigation experimentally verified ...
- The seaman's only delight: shewing the brave fight between the George-Aloe, the Sweepstakes and certain French men at sea. : To the tune of, the Saylor's Joy, &c. Licens'd and enter'd according to order
- The seaman's tutor, explaining geometry, cosmography, and trigonometry : with requisite tables of longitude and latitude of sea-ports, traverse tables, tables of easting and westing, meridian miles, declinarions, amplitudes, refractions, use of the compass , kalendar, measure of the earth's globe, use of instruments and charts, difference of sailing, estimation of a ship's way by the log, and log-line, currents, etc. : compiled for the use of the mathematical school in Christ's hospital-London, His Majesty Charles II, his royal foundation
- The seamans secrets : devided [sic] into two parts : wherein is taught the three kindes of sayling, horizontall, paradoxall, and sayling upon a great circle : also an horizontall tyde-table for the easie finding of the ebbing and flowing of the tydes, with a regiment newly calculated for the finding of the declination of the sunne ..
- The seamans secrets : divided into two parts : wherein is taught the three kinds of sayling, horizontal, paradoxal, and sayling upon a great circle : also as horizontal tyde-table for the easie finding of the ebbing and flowing of the tydes, with a regiment newly calculated for the finding of the declination of the sun, and many other most necessary rules and instrucments, not heretofore set forth by any : newly corrected and amended ..
- The vvhole art of navigation in five books ...
- The works of Edmund Gunter : containing the description and use of his sector, cross-staff, bow, quadrant, and other instruments : with a canon of artificial sines and tangents, to a radius of 10,00000 [sic] parts, and logarithms from an unite [sic] to 10000 with the use thereof in arithmetick, geometry, astronomy, navigation, and dialling
- The works of Edmund Gunter : containing the description and use of the sector, cross-staff, bow, quadrant, and other instruments : with a canon of artificial sines and tangents to a radius of 10.00000 parts, and the logarithms from an unite to 10000 : the uses whereof are illustrated in the practice of arithmetick, geometry, astronomy, navigation, dialling, and fortification, and some questions in navigation added by Mr. Henry Bond teacher of mathematics in Ratcliff, near London : to which is added, the description and use of another sector and quadrant, both of them invented by Mr. Sam. Foster, late professor of astronomy in Gresham Colledge, London furnished with more lines, and differing from those of Mr. Gunters both in form and manner of working
- Thermometrical navigation.
- Théorie complete de la construction et de la manuvre des vaisseaux : mise à la portée de ceux qui s'appliquent à la navigation
- Traité du navire : de sa construction, et de ses mouvemens
- Tratado del esphera y del arte del marear
- Trignometrie, or, The doctrine of triangles : divided into two books, the first shewing the mensuration of right lined triangles, the second of spherical, with the grounds and demonstrations thereof : both performed by that late and excellent invention of logarithms, ... Whereunto is annexed (chiefly for the use of seamen) a treatise of the application thereof, in the three principal kinds of sailing : with exact tables of the suns declination, newly calculated, and the tables of the right ascension and declination of some eminent stars ... Also other necessary tables used in navigation
- Trignometrie, or, The doctrine of triangles : divided into two books, the first shewing the mensuration of right lined triangles, the second of spherical, with the grounds and demonstrations thereof : both performed by that late and excellent invention of logarithms, after a more easie and compendious manner, than hath been formerly taught : whereunto is annexed (chiefly for the use of seamen) a treatise of the application thereof, in the three principal kinds of sailing : with exact tables of the suns declination, newly calculated, and tables of the right ascension and declination of some eminent fixed stars, with the true times of the coming to the meridian at four of the clock in the morning : fitted for the present season, and may serve for many years without any alteration : also other necessary tables used in navigation
- Trigonometrie, or, The doctrine of triangles : divided into two books : the first shewing the mensuration of right lined triangles, the second of sphericall, with the grounds and demonstrations thereof , both performed by that late and excellent invention of logarithmes, after a more easie and compendious manner, then [sic] hath been formerly taught : whereunto is annexed, chiefly for the use of seamen, a treatise of the application thereof in the three principal kindes of sayling : with exact tables of the suns declination, newly calculated, and tables of the right ascension and declination of some eminent fixed stars, with the true times of the coming to the meridian at 4, 12, and 8 of the clock : fitted for the present season, and may serve for many years without any alteration : also other necessary tables used in navigation
- Willebrordi Snellii a Royen. R.f. Tiphys batavvs, : sive Histiodromice, de navium cursibus, et re navali

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