| Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths - 1802
...longer on the indulgence of our readers. A»r> ART. XI- -A Treatise on Astronomy; in which the Elements **of the Science are deduced in a natural Order, from...explained by an Application to the various Phenomena.** By Olinthus Gregory, Teacher of Mathematics, Cambridge, 8vo. pp. 550. and 9 Plates. 158. Boards. Kearsley.... | |
| 1801
...Cambridge, hasjuft complf ted a fcientiric work on Aftronomy, in which the elements of the 'fcience **are deduced in a natural order from the appearances of the -heavens to an** obiérver on the earth, demonftrated on mathematical principles and explained by an application to... | |
| 1802
...CATALOGUE. NEW PUBLICATIONS, ASTRONOMY ARTS AND SCIENCES, A TREATISE on Aftronomy; in - which the Elements **of the Science are deduced in a natural Order, from the Appearances of the Heavens to an** Obferver on the Earth ; demonstrated on mathematical Principles, and explained by an Application to... | |
| Johann Christian Hüttner - 1801
...Cadell. A treatise on Astronomy in which the elements of the science are deduced in a natural order, **demonstrated on mathematical principles and explained by an application to the various phenomena** by O. Gregory. ». içs. Kearsiy. Observations on the reports of the directors of the East India Company... | |
| 1802
...longer on the indulgence of our readers. ART. ART. XI. A Treatise on /ttlronomy; in which the Elements **of the Science are deduced in a natural Order, from...explained by an Application to the various Phenomena.** By Olinthus Gregory, Teacher of Mathematics, Cambridge. 8vo. pp. 550. and 9 Plates, ijs. Boards. Kearsley.... | |
| 1802
...Cavallo, FRS with phtes. London. Treatise on Astronomy, in which the elements of the science .1 : e **deduced, in a natural order, from the appearances...explained by an application to the various phenomena;** by Olinthus Gregory, Cambridge. Philosophical Papers, being a collection of memoirs, dissertations,... | |
| 1802
...longer on the indulgence of our readers. A«T. AK T. XI. A Treatlsi on Aetronomy ; in which the Elements **of the Science are deduced in a natural Order, from...Heavens to an Observer on the Earth ; demonstrated on** Mai thematical Principles, and explained by an Application to the various Phenomena. By Olinthus Gregory,... | |
| William Nicholson - 1802
...five folid decimeters each. — Bulletin des Se. AV, .57. BOOKS OF SCIENCE, A Treatife on Aftronomy, **in which the Elementi of the Science are deduced in a natural order from the Appearances of the** Hea-cent to an Obferver on t/ie Earth ; demonßrated on Mathematical Principles; and explained by an... | |
| Olinthus Gilbert Gregory - 1802
... 300050907R \W •*•• » A TREATISE ON ASTRONOMY, IN WHICH THE ELEMENTS **OF THE SCIENCE ARE DEDUCED IN A NATURAL ORDER, FROM THE APPEARANCES OF** TIKE HEAVENS TO AN OeSEKfER ON THE DEMONSTRATED ON MATHEMATICAL PRINCIPLES 5 AN D -Aft F I- All.' ED... | |
| 1802
...C. ASTRONOMY. A Treatise on Astronomy; in which the Elements of the Science are deduced in a mtuial **Order from the appearances of the Heavens to an Observer on the Earth** ; demonstuird on Mathematical Principles, and explained by an Application to the various Phenomena.... | |
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