APA Citation

Moore, J. H. (1776). The practical navigator, and seaman's new daily assistant: Being a complete system of practical navigation, improved and rendered easy to the meanest capacity : wherein is shewn how to allow for variation, lee-way, heave of the sea ... : the whole exemplified in a journal kept from London to Madeira, and back again to England : to which is added, the substance of a young officer's examination respecting the management of a ship ... : method of surveying sea coasts ... : the new method of finding the longitude by the moon's distance from the sun, or a fixed star : the new method of finding the latitude by two altitudes of the sun ... : the whole constructed upon a new and methodical plan. London: Printed for B. Law [etc.].

Chicago Style Citation

Moore, John Hamilton. The Practical Navigator, and Seaman's New Daily Assistant: Being a Complete System of Practical Navigation, Improved and Rendered Easy to the Meanest Capacity : Wherein Is Shewn How to Allow for Variation, Lee-way, Heave of the Sea ... : The Whole Exemplified in a Journal Kept From London to Madeira, and Back Again to England : To Which Is Added, the Substance of a Young Officer's Examination Respecting the Management of a Ship ... : Method of Surveying Sea Coasts ... : The New Method of Finding the Longitude By the Moon's Distance From the Sun, or a Fixed Star : The New Method of Finding the Latitude By Two Altitudes of the Sun ... : The Whole Constructed Upon a New and Methodical Plan. London: Printed for B. Law [etc.], 1776.

MLA Citation

Moore, John Hamilton. The Practical Navigator, and Seaman's New Daily Assistant: Being a Complete System of Practical Navigation, Improved and Rendered Easy to the Meanest Capacity : Wherein Is Shewn How to Allow for Variation, Lee-way, Heave of the Sea ... : The Whole Exemplified in a Journal Kept From London to Madeira, and Back Again to England : To Which Is Added, the Substance of a Young Officer's Examination Respecting the Management of a Ship ... : Method of Surveying Sea Coasts ... : The New Method of Finding the Longitude By the Moon's Distance From the Sun, or a Fixed Star : The New Method of Finding the Latitude By Two Altitudes of the Sun ... : The Whole Constructed Upon a New and Methodical Plan. London: Printed for B. Law [etc.], 1776.

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