M. Blundeville, His Exercises Containing Eight Treatiser, the Titkes Where of Set Downe in Teh Next Printed Page, Etc

M. Blundeville, His Exercises Containing Eight Treatiser, the Titkes Where of Set Downe in Teh Next Printed Page, Etc

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1622 edition. Excerpt: ..., and thereby to knew the houre othis riting and ietting, ii yon. rightly obterne the Rules bett-Ze tanght, teaching the die otthe toeefaid Tabieea-And note that yon may "the Wooneby the Globe without the helpe ot any Eyhmeridee, l: by fach wayee as here doe follow, -find ont the place oi The uke of the Globe. x J1( in the Globe, and alle at that time, ie aboue the Doetzon, marking therewith in what part ot the ttrmament the taidflar is, and with your crolke-ftafke take the diftance betwiyt the Peine and that tkarrmThen having thefe thee' things, that io, the Altitude al' the Woonoand the Altttnde otthe (karte and alte the dilfance betwfyt the Woone the knowne (tar-re; Wooue the Globe together with the qnadeant ot-Altttode too andtrmvntilyou haue made the Woone to haue the fame Altitude-aud like place in the Globe, that you found lt to haue tn the firmameut, and there make a marke vyon the Globe. Then being the quadeant otAltitudetowards the Dtarre, that the Star may haue the like Altitude and like place in the Globe, that it had in the firmament, and therehauing cbaied the Globe that it may not mooue, take with your Compalle vpon the Equinoctiall, the ditkancebetbeirt the thoone and the Starke betoee found by the crotte-ftatke, and Keeping your Tornpafles at that wideneqe, put the firme foot ot your Tompatkes ln the fixed Starre, and ceate not to mooue the other foot together with the quadeattt of Attitttdegowarosthe marke ot the OOo-neo Altitudavntill you I make them to matt, fez _there ts the place of the Woonr. taking the t./fltitude of any Starre. circlee will cut o; treue one another butin two yointe, the one inherent te the place of the Warme, and which of thete places it fboeld be, your eye will eafity tell yone And by...
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