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Experiments towards the Construction of New Forms of Instruments for the Correction of Compass Errors due to the Presence of Iron in Ships; with Investigations on the Nature of the Attraction of Iron on the Poles of Magnets. [Abstract]



Experiments towards the Construction of New Forms of Instruments for the Correction of Compass Errors due to the Presence of Iron in Ships; with Investigations on the Nature of the Attraction of Iron on the Poles of Magnets. [Abstract]



Abstracts of the Papers Communicated to the Royal Society of London 6: 212-214




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