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A New and Exact Table Collected from Several Observations Taken from the Year 1721 to 1729, in Nine Voyages to Hudson's Bay in North-America, by Captain C. Middleton; Shewing the Variation of the Compass According to the Latitudes and Longitudes Under-Mentioned, Accounting the Longitude from the Meridian of London. Communicated by Mr. Benj. Robins, F. R. S



A New and Exact Table Collected from Several Observations Taken from the Year 1721 to 1729, in Nine Voyages to Hudson's Bay in North-America, by Captain C. Middleton; Shewing the Variation of the Compass According to the Latitudes and Longitudes Under-Mentioned, Accounting the Longitude from the Meridian of London. Communicated by Mr. Benj. Robins, F. R. S



Philosophical Transactions 37: 71-75




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