By Thomas Kerigan
London   Baldwin and Cradock
10" by 6.5" [7], vi-xiv, 603pp
A very scarce second edition of these extensive lunar observation tables, by Thomas Kerigan.
By Thomas Kerigan

1835 Moore's Navigation Improved; Being the Theory and Practice of Finding the Latitude, the Longitude, and the Variation of the Compass, by the Fixed Stars and Planets. To Which is Prefixed, the Description and Use of the New Celestial Planisphere

London   Baldwin and Cradock
10" by 6.5" [7], vi-xiv, 603pp
A very scarce second edition of these extensive lunar observation tables, by Thomas Kerigan.
£375.00
: 1.5kgs / : 728P23

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Description

Illustrated, Rebound, Very Scarce

The second edition of this work.

A very scarce work.

An improvement on the tables of John Henry Moore, innovative tables for converting lunar observations. 

In this work, Thomas Kerigan improves upon the tables, working off Moore's and updating them over sixty years after Moore's original tables were published in 1772.

Illustrated with some in-text illustrations throughout.

Written by Thomas Kerigan.

Condition

Rebound in a modern cloth binding. Externally, near fine, with just a couple of light marks. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are lightly age-toned and generally clean with some odd spots. Chip to the tail of the title page. Stamp to the tail of the title page.

Very Good Indeed

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