A new treatise on the use of the globes, and practical astronomy; or, A comprehensive view of the system of the world. In four parts. Designed for the instruction of youth, and particularly adapted to the United States. By J. Wallace.

New York, Smith and Forman, 1812.

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Subjects Astronomy.
Description vii, 512 pages tables, diagrams 22 cm
Copyright Date 1812.
Notes Imperfect: t.p. wanting.
signatures: [a]4, A-U4, W-Z4, 2A-2U4, 2w-2Z4, 3A-3Q4.
Bound in full calf over boards; lacks front cover; spine ruled in gold; red leather title label stamped in gold. DGW LOCAL
Contents Part I. Definitions, andc. -- Part II. Problems performed by the terrestrial globe -- Part. III. Problems performed by the celestial globe -- Part IV. Of the solar system.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)4087382
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WorldCat Identities Wallace, J. -1851.
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