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E PIT O M E OF N A W I G A TI O N :
witH EveRY PARTICULAR REQUISITE for KEEP IN G A COMPLETE JOURNAL AT S E A.
The Methods of finding the Latitude by two || The Manner of Mooring, Unmooring, and Altitudes of the Sun; by the Meridian Working a Ship in all difficult Cases at Altitude of the Moon, the Planets, or Sea. With Directions for conducting her fixed Stars; and to compute the Altitudes out of Dock, and into the principal Ports of the Sun, Moon, or Stars, without an and Harbours in the British Channel. Observation.
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The Substance of that ExAMINAT.1on, every Candidate for a Commission in the Royal Navy, and Officer in the Honorable East-India Company's Service, must pass through, previous to their being appointed: This, with the Sea Terms, are particularly recommended to the Attention of all young Gentlemen designed for, or belonging to the Sea.
Revised and Corr Ect E D with such Care that they may be depended on.
The N INT H E DITION, with many ADDITIox 3.
L O N D O N : . Printed for and Sold by B. Law and Son, in Ave-MARIA-LAN E ; G. G.
J. and J. Rob I Nson, PATER-Noster-Row, and the Author, on Tow ER-HILL.
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