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" A Method for Determining the Geographical Longitude of Places, from the appearance of the Common Meteors called Falling Stars. "
Catalogus bibliographicus librorum in Bibliotheca Caes. Reg. et Equestris ... - Page 529
by Joseph von Sartori - 1804
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Repertorium commentationum a societatibus litterariis editorum, Volume 5

Jeremias David Reuss - Science - 1804 - 598 pages
...nouveau projet a l'occasion dee longitudes. ibid. T. .M). p. 6iZ. , - '., .' ;" M j George . George LYNN, A method for determining the geographical longitude...from the appearance of -the common meteors called fal, ling stars. Philos. Transact. Y. 1727. p. 351. Jean Paul Grandjean DE FOÜCHY, Nouvelle méthode...
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Bibliotheca Britannica; Or, A General Index to British and Foreign ..., Volume 2

Robert Watt - English literature - 1824 - 720 pages
...132. 1726. — Observations on the Lumen Boréale, or Streaming, on Cet. 8, 1726. Ib. 185. 1727. — A Method for Determining the Geographical Longitude...the appearance of the Common Meteors called Falling Stars. Ib. 207.— Some Observations of the Eclipses of Jupiter's Satellites. Ib. viii. 58. I73G —...
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Fire in the Sky: Comets and Meteors, the Decisive Centuries, in British Art ...

Roberta J. M. Olson, Jay M. Pasachoff - Art - 1999 - 412 pages
...the Comet that appeared in October 1723, made at Bombay." Phil. Trans. 34, 1726,213-214. Lynn, G."A Method for determining the Geographical Longitude...the Appearance of the common Meteors called Falling Stars." Phil. Trans. 35, 1727-8,351-353. Greenwood, l. "A new method for composing a natural history...
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