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[Ee. 1. 34.] Beattie (-) A Perpetual Time Table, to find the Day of the Month,

the Sun's Rising and Setting, &c. 12mo. Carlisle, 18--. [Gg. 5. 25.] BRINKLEY (Rev. Dr.) Two Practical Rules for reducing the observed

distance of the Moon from the Sun, or a Fixed Star. 8vo. London,

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the various Appearances of the late Comet : the History of Comets from the earliest Account of those kind of Planets, their Distance, Ve

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year 1736 ; particularly of the Comet foretold by Sir Isaac Newton.

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which will happen Sept. 7, 1820. 8vo. London, 1818. [Gg. 5. 25.]

(4.) Astronomical Observations and Tables.-Celestial

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biennale ex observationibus Tychonis Brahe. Quibus accesserunt J. Regiomontoni et B. Walteri observationes, 4to. Lug. Bat. 1618.

[D. 19. 29.] Brahe (Tychonis) Tabulæ Rudolphinæ, quibus Astronomicæ Scientiæ,

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certain of the most notable Fixed Stars ; also Tables of the Latitude and Longitude of the most eminent Places in the World. 4to. Lon

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