Harris′s Navigation

",10,2,1750,14,7,1750,"1750-2-10 (Tuesday)","1750-7-14 (Tuesday)",Classmark,F.5.35,"Original Returned Text","Harris's Navigation",,,2039,11,,Y,Young,John,Professor,,24,1748,1753,,"St Andrews",,Male,,https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1420711148

,1705348143,kbaston,55990,15904,Main,"Life dates","c. 1706-1772","St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897",https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1420711148,75,68,"University Professor",68,,Education,,,,3442,11,,,"A treatise of navigation: containing, I. The theory of navigation demonstrated; wherein it is proved, that the Nature of the thing called Departure is quite different from that which the Writers upon this Subject took it to be: That Middle-Latitude Sailing is erroneous; and that the common Method of keeping Reckonings in Meridional Distance, is grossly false. II. Nautical problems: Of a single Course, Traverse; of computing the Bearings and Distances of Places. The Use of Mercator's Chart made easy, and a new Method for finding the Bearings of Places upon Charts, without the Confusion of Rhumb-Lines. Of Currents, and how to find them several Ways: Of turning to Windward in Currents, &c. III. Astronomical promblems: Improvements made in the common Sea-Quadrant. The Description of a new Fore-Staff, which is much more accurate and commodious than the common one. The Errors of the Nocturnal shewed and demonstrated. Tables of the Sun's Place, Declination, and Right Ascention. A Table of the most eminent Fixed Stars, contrived in such a manner, as to shew by Inspection, which is the properest Star for Observation, in all Places, and at all Times of the Year. IV. Practical Navigation: Improvements made in the common Sea-Compass. The Description of a new Azimuth-Compass, which is so contrived as to be kept from being disturbed by the Motion of the Ship. How to find the Lee-Way to a great Exactness, and a new and commodious Method of keeping a Sea-Journal. To which is prefixed, by way of Introduction, A succinct Treatise of Plain Trigonometry. By Joseph Harris, Teacher of the Mathematicks.",A,13,13,http://library.st-andrews.ac.uk/record=b2509504~S1,,"1734 cat gives London 1730.

1768 cat: N.4.36 ditto.

another copy at http://library.st-andrews.ac.uk/record=b2509506~S1

",1640006109,gmckeever,Array,Classmark,"F.5.35, N.4.36",4231,3442,,,1640006109,gmckeever,174606,3442,4258,Certain,1044,"A treatise of navigation: containing, I. The theory of navigation demonstrated; wherein it is proved, that the Nature of the thing called Departure is quite different from that which the Writers upon this Subject took it to be: That Middle-Latitude Sailing is erroneous; and that the common Method of keeping Reckonings in Meridional Distance, is grossly false. II. Nautical problems: Of a single Course, Traverse; of computing the Bearings and Distances of Places. The Use of Mercator's Chart made easy, and a new Method for finding the Bearings of Places upon Charts, without the Confusion of Rhumb-Lines. Of Currents, and how to find them several Ways: Of turning to Windward in Currents, &c. III. Astronomical promblems: Improvements made in the common Sea-Quadrant. The Description of a new Fore-Staff, which is much more accurate and commodious than the common one. The Errors of the Nocturnal shewed and demonstrated. Tables of the Sun's Place, Declination, and Right Ascention. A Table of the most eminent Fixed Stars, contrived in such a manner, as to shew by Inspection, which is the properest Star for Observation, in all Places, and at all Times of the Year. IV. Practical Navigation: Improvements made in the common Sea-Compass. The Description of a new Azimuth-Compass, which is so contrived as to be kept from being disturbed by the Motion of the Ship. How to find the Lee-Way to a great Exactness, and a new and commodious Method of keeping a Sea-Journal. To which is prefixed, by way of Introduction, A succinct Treatise of Plain Trigonometry. By Joseph Harris, Teacher of the Mathematicks.",13,13,A,T113994,,,English,London,1730,N,0,N,4to,,,,,1640006109,gmckeever,1044,"Treatise of Navigation",,N,,N,,1700219832,baitken,1805,,Harris,Joseph,,1704,0,0,N,1764,0,0,N,Male,,1724934713,kbaston,389404,1044,Work, 11,st-andrews,"St Andrews University Library",8,"Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2)",1748,1753,Other,812,44,UYLY205-2_00000044,15903,,18,"Street′s Astronomy

",10,2,1750,14,7,1750,"1750-2-10 (Tuesday)","1750-7-14 (Tuesday)",Classmark,F.6.18,"Original Returned Text","Streets Astronomy",,,2039,11,,Y,Young,John,Professor,,24,1748,1753,,"St Andrews",,Male,,https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1420711148

,1705348143,kbaston,55987,15903,Main,"Life dates","c. 1706-1772","St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897",https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1420711148,75,68,"University Professor",68,,Education,,,,3441,11,,,"Astronomia Carolina. A new theorie of the celestial motions, etc. [Streete]",A,2,2,,,"1734 cat gives London 1661.

1768 cat: C.3.18 ditto.

",1616684801,gmckeever,Array,Classmark,"F.6.18, C.3.18",4230,3441,,,1616684801,gmckeever,84803,3441,4255,Certain,8638,"Astronomia Carolina. A new theorie of the celestial motions, etc.",2,2,A,,http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01003525203,,English,London,1661,N,0,N,4to,,,,,1616684801,gmckeever,8638,"Astronomia Carolina. A New Theorie of the Celestial Motions",,N,,N,,1700219862,baitken,2698,,Streete,Thomas,,1621,0,0,N,1689,0,0,N,Male,,1616684801,gmckeever,397247,8638,Work, 11,st-andrews,"St Andrews University Library",8,"Library Receipt Book 1748-1753. (UYLY205-2)",1748,1753,Other,3043,86,UYLY205-2_00000086,60889,,8,"Universal History Vol 1^{st}

https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1377863316

,1705333171,kbaston,94123,60889,Main,"Life dates",1733-1808,"St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897",https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1377863316,71,68,"University Student",68,,Education,,,,3023,11,,,"Universal History, from the Earliest Account of Time. Compiled from Original Authors; and Illustrated with Maps, Cuts, Notes, &c. With a general Index to the Whole.",U,404,247,http://library.st-andrews.ac.uk/record=b2429908~S1,,"1734 gives at K.4.14 19/20 vols London 1747.

1768 cat: M.5.1 20 vols ibid.

1779 cat M.6.1 ditto.

",1702915543,kbaston,Array,Classmark,"K.4.1, K.4.14, M.5.1, M.6.1",3812,3023,1,,1702915543,kbaston,375805,3023,3478,Certain,9199,"An Universal History, from the Earliest Account of Time. Compiled from Original Authors; and Illustrated with Maps, Cuts, Notes, &c. With a general Index to the Whole.",1453,850,A,T150199,,,English,London,1747,N,1754,N,8vo,,,,,1702915543,kbaston,9199,"Universal History, from the Earliest Account of Time to the Present",0,N,0,N,,1723566858,jkennard,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, "All data taken from this resource must be properly attributed:","Books and Borrowing: An Analysis of Scottish Borrowers' Registers, 1750-1830. 2023. University of Stirling. https://borrowing.stir.ac.uk","Data are made available through a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.","This allows users to share and adapt the materials freely with the appropriate attribution but not for commercial purposes.","Please see further details of this license here: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/"