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The Use of a New Azimuth Compass for Finding the Variation of the Compass or Magnetic Needle at Sea, with Greater Ease and Exactness Than by Any Ever Yet Contriv'd for That Purpose;By Captain Christopher Middleton, F. R. S



The Use of a New Azimuth Compass for Finding the Variation of the Compass or Magnetic Needle at Sea, with Greater Ease and Exactness Than by Any Ever Yet Contriv'd for That Purpose;By Captain Christopher Middleton, F. R. S



Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 395-398




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DOI: 10.1098/rstl.1737.0068


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