The Seaman's Daily Assistant

The Seaman's Daily Assistant

Being A Short, Easy, and Plain Method of Keeping A Journal at Sea; In Which Are Contain'd Rules, Shewing How the Allowances for Lee-Way, Variation, Heave of the Sea, Set of Currents, &c. Are to Be Made, and to Correct the Dead - Reckoning by An Observation, in All Cases: And Also All the Tables That Are Any Ways Necessary for the Seaman's Use in Keeping A Journal. By Thomas Haselden, Late Teacher of the Mathematicks in the Royal-Navy

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Publisher: London : printed for J. Mount and T. Page on Tower-Hill, M,DCC,LXVIII. [1768]
Characteristics: [8],160p. : ill. ; 40


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