The sea-mans 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: first calculated by John Tap. Since corrected and inlarged, with many additions. Viz. new exact tables of the north-star, new tables of 65 of the principal fixed stars; their time of coming upon the meridian every day, with their right ascension and declination, &c. With the discovery of a way to finde the long hidden secret of longitude, by Henry Bond, teacher of the mathematicks in the Bulwark near the Tower: all which are now newly calculated and corrected, and many rules and tables added, by Henry Phillippes, philo-nauticus,
printed by Will. Leybourn, fo: [sic] George Hurlock, and are to be sould at his shop at Magnus Church-corner in Thames street,
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