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      History of
      the Inductive
      Sciences
      From the Earliest to the Present Timeby
      William Whewell



      Vol. 1 of 2
      Newton's
      Principia
      The Mathematical Principles of
      Natural Philosophy; To Which Is
      Added Newton's System of the World
      by
      Isaac Newton


      How to
      Identify
      the Stars
      by
      Willis I. Milham

      Astronomy
      for All
      by
      Bruno Hans Bürgel

      Astronomy,
      Determination of
      Time, Longitude,
      Latitude,
      and Azimuth
      by
      William Bowie Coast and Geodetic Survey

      Secrets of
      the Stars
      by
      Inez N. McFee

      AstronomyA Handy Manual for
      Students and Others
      by
      F. W. Dyson


      An
      Introduction
      to Astronomy
      by
      Forest Ray Moulton

      Azimuthby
      George Leonard Hosmer

      Ptolemy's
      Catalogue
      of Stars
      A Revision of the Almagestby
      Christian Heinrich Friedrich Peters


      Astronomy With
      the Naked Eye
      A New Geography of the Heavens,
      With Descriptions and Charts of
      Constellations, Stars, and Planets
      by
      Garrett Putnam Serviss


      The Astronomy
      of the Bible
      An Elementary Commentary on the
      Astronomical References of Holy Scripture
      by
      Edward Walter Maunder


      Is the
      Copernican
      System of
      Astronomy True?
      by
      W. S. Cassedy

      Keplerby
      Walter William Bryant

      The Story
      of the Stars
      New Descriptive Astronomyby
      Joel Dorman Steele


      Our CalendarThe Julian Calendar and Its Errors, How Corrected by
      Gregorian, Rules for Finding the Dominical Letter, Hebrew
      Calendar, Illustrated by Valuable Tables and Charts
      by
      George Nichols Packer


      Myths and
      Marvels of
      Astronomy
      by
      Richard A. Proctor

      The Great
      Pyramid
      Observatory,
      Tomb, and Temple
      by
      Richard A. Proctor

      History of
      Astronomy
      by
      George Forbes

      The Maori
      Division
      of Time
      by
      Elsdon Best

      Practical
      Astronomy
      by
      P. S. Michie

      NavigationIllustrated by Diagramsby
      Alfred Goldsborough Mayor


      Hindu
      Astronomy
      by
      W. Brennand

      A Text-Book
      of
      Astronomy
      by
      George C. Comstock

      Elements of
      Astronomy
      by
      Simon Newcomb

      Star-Names
      and Their
      Meanings
      by
      Richard Hinckley Allen

      The Essence
      of Astronomy
      Things Every One Should Know
      About the Sun, Moon, and Stars
      by
      Edward W. Price


      The
      Mathematics
      of Navigation
      by
      Edward Jones Willis

      Secrets of
      the Sun
      by
      Henry Raymond Rogers

      Kings
      Dethroned
      A History of the Evolution of Astronomy From the
      Time of the Roman Empire Up to the Present Day;
      Showing It to Be an Amazing Series of Blunders Founded
      Upon an Error Made in the Second Century B. C
      by
      Gerrard Hickson


      Aristarchus of
      Samos, the Ancient
      Copernicus
      A History of Greek Astronomy to Aristarchus, Together With
      Aristarchus’s Treatise on the Sizes and Distances of the Sun
      and Moon; A New Greek Text With Translation and Notes
      by
      Thomas Heath


      The Life of
      Galileo Galilei
      With Illustrations of the Advancement
      of Experimental Philosophy
      by
      Galileo Galilei


      Terra FirmaThe Earth Not a Planet, Proved
      From Scripture, Reason, and Fact
      by
      David Wardlaw Scott


      Stories of
      the Universe
      The Starsby
      George F. Chambers


      Eternity of
      the Earth
      Electricity the Universal Forceby
      Daniel Kent Tenney


      Dante and
      the Early
      Astronomers
      by
      M. A. Orr

      Astronomy for
      Schools and
      General Readers
      by
      Isaac Sharpless

      The
      Calendar
      Its History, Structure and Improvementby
      Alexander Philip


      AstronomyA Popular Handbookby
      Harold Jacoby


      One Hundred Proofs
      That the Earth
      Is Not a Globe
      Dedicated to R. A. Proctor, Esq.by
      William Carpenter


      Lunar
      Science
      Ancient and Modernby
      Timothy Harley


      Time and
      Time-Tellers
      by
      James W. Benson

      Zetetic
      Cosmogony
      Or Conclusive Evidence That the World
      Is Not a Rotating-Revolving-Globe,
      but a Stationary Plane Circle
      by
      Thomas Winship


      Astronomyby
      R. Ball

      Navigation and
      Nautical Astronomy
      With Special Table, Diagram, and Rules
      Adapted for Navigating Iron Ships
      by
      W. T. Read


      Maps and
      Map-Making
      Three Lectures Delivered Under the
      Auspices of the Royal Geographical Society
      by
      E. A. Reeves


      A Treatise on Navigation and
      Nautical Astronomy, Including
      the Theory of Compass
      Deviations, Prepared for
      Use as a Text-Book at the U. S
      Naval Academyby
      Comm W. C. P. Muir


      The
      Chemistry
      of the Sun
      by
      Norman Lockyer

      A Field Book
      of the Stars
      by
      William Tyler Olcott

      AstronomyWithout Mathematicsby
      Edmund Beckett Grimthorpe


      Astronomical
      Lore in
      Chaucer
      by
      Florence Marie Grimm

      Spherical
      Astronomy
      by
      F. Brunnow

      Zoroastrian
      Pamphlets
      by
      Behram D. Pithavala

      Astronomy Without
      a Telescope
      Being a Guide-Book to the Visible
      Heavens, With All Necessary Maps and
      Illustrations; Designed for the Use of Schools
      by
      E. Colbert


      The Life
      of Sir Isaac
      Newton
      by
      David Brewster

      Urania, or a
      Compleat View
      of the Heavens
      Containing the Antient and Modern
      Astronomy, in Form of a Dictionary,
      Illustrated With a Great Number of Figures
      by
      John Hill


      Star Lore
      of All Ages
      A Collection of Myths, Legends, and
      Facts, Concerning the Constellations
      of the Northern Hemisphere
      by
      William Tyler Olcott


      The Indian
      Calendar
      With Tables for the Conversion of Hindu and
      Muhammadan Into A. D. Dates, and Vice Versa
      by
      Robert Sewell


      The Copernicus
      of Antiquity
      (Aristarchus
      of Samos)
      by
      Thomas Little Heath

      Plutarch on
      the Face Which
      Appears on the
      Orb of the Moon
      by
      Plutarch

      The Elements
      of Practical
      Astronomy
      by
      W. W. Campbell

      Daytime and
      Evening Exercises
      in Astronomy, for
      Schools and Colleges
      by
      Sarah Frances Whiting

      A Treatise on
      the Astrolabe
      Addressed to His Son Lowys by
      Geoffrey Chauceer, A. D. 1391
      by
      Walter W. Skeat


      The Stars and
      Constellations
      How and When to Find and Tell Themby
      William Henry Rosser


      Navigation
      and Nautical
      Astronomy
      by
      Frank Cole Stebbing

      Celestial
      Motions
      A Handy Book of Astronomyby
      William Thynne Lynn


      A Text-Book
      of Geodetic
      Astronomy
      by
      John Fillmore Hayford

      Small Boat
      Navigation
      by
      Frank W. Sterling

      Memoirs of the
      Life Writings,
      and Discoveries of
      Sir Isaac Newton
      by
      David Brewster


      Vol. 1
      This Wonderful
      Universe
      A Little Book About Suns and Worlds,
      Moons and Meteors, Comets and Nebul?
      by
      Agnes Giberne


      Elementary
      Mathematical
      Astronomy
      With Examples and
      Examination Papers
      by
      C. W. C. Barlow



      Vol. 2
      Astronomy, as It
      Is Known at the
      Present Day
      by
      George G. Carey

      The Martyrs of
      Science, or the Lives
      of Galileo, Tycho
      Brahe, and Kepler
      by
      David Brewster

      Glossary of
      Navigation
      by
      J. B. Harbord

      Comet Lore
      Halley's Comet
      in History and
      Astronomy
      by
      Edwin Emerson

      Curiosities
      of the Sky
      A Popular Presentation of the Great
      Riddles and Mysteries of Astronomy
      by
      Garrett Putman Serviss


      History of
      the Planetary
      Systems From
      Thales to Kepler
      by
      John Louis Emil Dreyer

      Our Place
      Among Infinities
      A Series of Essays, Contrasting Our
      Little Abode in Space and Time
      by
      Richard A. Proctor


      Tycho BraheA Picture of Scientific Life and
      Work in the Sixteenth Century
      by
      J. L. E. Dreyer


      Solar EnergyIts Source and Mode
      Throughout the Universe
      by
      Isaac W. Heysinger


      A System of Astronomy,
      on the Principles
      of Copernicus
      Containing, Besides the Usual Astronomical
      Calculations, a Catalogue of Eclipses, Visible in
      the United States During the Present Century
      by
      John Vose


      A Manual
      of Field
      Astronomy
      by
      Andrew H. Holt

      A New
      World
      Discovered
      by
      O. F. Barcus

      Electro
      Astronomical Atlas
      Designed for Schools, Academies and
      Ladies Seminaries; With Explanatory
      Notes, Questions and Answers
      by
      J. W. Spoor


      Saturn and
      Its System
      by
      Richard A. Proctor

      StargazingPast and Presentby
      J. Norman Lockeyer


      Description of
      the Solar Compass
      Together With Directions
      for Its Adjustment and Use
      by
      William A. Burt


      The Expanse
      of Heaven
      A Series of Essays on the
      Wonders of the Firmament
      by
      Richard A. Proctor


      A Day in
      the Moon
      by
      Théophile Moreux

      The Sunby
      Charles G. Abbot

      The
      Planetarium, and
      Astronomical
      Calculator
      by
      Tobias Ostrander

      GeodesyIncluding Astronomical Observations, Gravity
      Measurements, and Method of Least Squares
      by
      George L. Hosmer


      The Planetary
      System
      A Study of Its Structure and Growthby
      Frank Bursley Taylor


      A New Star Atlas for
      the Library, the School,
      and the Observatory in
      Twelve Circular Maps
      Intended as a Companion to Webb's
      Celestial Objects for Common Telescopes
      by
      Richard A. Proctor


      How to Find the
      Time at Sea in Less
      Than a Minute
      Being New and Accurate Methods,
      With Specially Adapted Tables
      by
      Alfred Challice Johnson


      An Account of
      the Astronomical
      Discoveries of Kepler
      Including an Historical Review of
      the Systems, Which Had Successively
      Prevailed Before His Time
      by
      Robert Small


      Sir William
      Herschel
      His Life and Worksby
      Edward Singleton Holden


      An Elementary
      Astronomy for
      Academies and Schools
      Illustrated by Numerous Original
      Diagrams, and Adapted to Use Either
      With or Without the Author's Large Maps
      by
      Hiram Mattison


      Star-Gazer's
      Hand-Book
      A Brief Guide for Amateur
      Students of Astronomy
      by
      Henry W. Elson


      The
      Evolution
      of Worlds
      by
      Percival Lowell

      Self-Instruction
      in the Practice
      and Theory
      of Navigation
      by
      Windham Thomas Wyndham-Quin Dunraven


      Vol. 1 of 2
      Terrestrial Magnetism
      and Atmospheric
      Electricity
      An International Quarterly
      Journal, March December, 1911
      by
      L. A. Bauer



      Vol. 16
      The Stellar
      Heavens
      An Introduction to the Study
      of the Stars and Nebul?
      by
      J. Ellard Gore


      An Introduction to
      the Use of the Globes,
      and the Orrery
      Also, the Application of Astronomy to Chronology; In
      Which Are Contained Rules and Memorial Canons for
      Finding the Dominical Letter, Leap-Year, Epact, Easter,
      &C. According to the Gregorian Account or New Style
      by
      David Jennings


      Stars and
      Telescopes
      A Hand-Book of Popular Astronomy, Founded
      on the 9th Ed of Lynn's Celestial Motions
      by
      David P. Todd


      Elementary
      Treatise on
      Navigation and
      Nautical Astronomy
      by
      Eugene L. Richards

      The Orbs
      Around Us
      A Series of Familiar Essays on the Moon
      and Planets, Meteors and Comets,
      the Sun and Coloured Pairs of Suns
      by
      Richard A. Proctor


      A Popular Guide
      to the Heavens
      A Series of Eighty-Three Plates,
      With Explanatory Text and Index
      by
      Robert Stawell Ball


      A Treatise on
      Military Surveying
      Including Sketching in the Field, Plan-Drawing, Levelling, Military
      Reconnoissance, &C., &C., &C., Also a Particular Description of
      the Surveying Instruments, Commonly Employed by Military Men,
      With Instructions for Using and Adjusting Them; Plates and Di
      by
      Basil Jackson


      The Life
      of Sir Isaac
      Newton
      by
      David Brewster

      Kant's
      Cosmogony
      As in His Essay on the Retardation of the Rotation
      of the Earth and His Natural History and Theory
      of the Heavens; With Introduction, Appendices,
      and a Portrait of Thomas Wright of Durham
      by
      W. Hastie


      Simple Rules
      and Problems
      in Navigation
      by
      Charles Hurst Cugle

      Navigation
      and Nautical
      Astronomy
      by
      J. H. C. Coffin

      A Popular
      Inquiry Into the
      Moon's Rotation
      on Her Axis
      by
      Johannes von Gumpach

      The Genesis
      of the Law
      of Gravity
      by
      John Cutler Shedd

      Maps and
      Map Drawing
      by
      William An. Elderton

      Observations of
      Comets, From B.
      C. 611 to A. D. 640
      Extracted From the Chinese Annals, Translated, With
      Introductory Remarks, and an Appendix, Comprising
      the Tables Necessary for Reducing Chinese Time to
      European Reckoning and a Chinese Celestial Atlas
      by
      John Williams


      The StarsA Study of the Universeby
      Simon Newcomb


      Practical
      Astronomy
      by
      Hector Macpherson

      Mathematical
      Geography
      by
      Willis E. Johnson

      DraysoniaBeing an Attempt to Explain and Popularise the System of the Second
      Rotation of the Earth, as Discovered by the Late Major-General
      A. W. Drayson, F. R. A.S. For Fifteen Years Professor Royal,
      Military Academy, Woolwich, Also Giving the Probable Date and D
      by
      Algernon F. R. De Horsey


      The Earth's
      Magnetism
      Delivered in the Schools of the
      University of Oxford, May 22nd, 1913
      by
      Louis Agricola Bauer


      Catalogue of Stars
      Within One Degree
      of the North Pole
      And Optical Distortion of the Helsingfors
      Astro-Photographic Telescope
      Deduced From Photographic Measures
      by
      Caroline E. Furness


      A Manual of
      Spherical and
      Practical Astronomy
      Embracing the General Problems of Spherical Astronomy, the
      Special, Applications to Nautical Astronomy, and the Theory,
      and Use of Fixed and Portable Appendix Instruments,
      With an Appendix on the Method of Least Squares
      by
      William Chauvenet



      Vol. 1
      A New Mathematical and
      Philosophical Dictionary,
      Comprising an Explantion of the
      Terms and Principles of Pure and
      Mixed Mathematics, and Such
      Branches of Natural Philosophy as
      Are Susceptible of Mathematical
      Investigation
      by
      Peter Barlow

      A Popular
      Treatise
      on Comets
      by
      James C. Watson

      Astronomers
      of to-Day and
      Their Work
      by
      Hector Macpherson

      Short
      History of
      Astronomy
      by
      Arthur Berry

      Treatise on
      Astronomy
      For the Use of Colleges and Schoolsby
      Hugh Godfray


      Examples of
      Astronomic and
      Geodetic Calculations
      For the Use of Land Surveyors, 1878by
      E. Deville


      The
      Procession
      of Planets
      by
      Franklin H. Heald

      A Text-Book
      Plane
      Surveying
      by
      William Galt Raymond

      Pleasures of
      the Telescope
      An Illustrated Guide for Amateur Astronomers,
      and a Popular Description of the Chief,
      Wonders of the Heavens for General Readers
      by
      Garrett P. Serviss


      The Birth
      of Worlds
      and Systems
      by
      Professor A. W. Bickerton

      The SunIts Planets and Their Satellites, a Course of Lectures Upon
      the Solar System, Read in Gresham College, London, in Years
      1881 and 1882, Pursuant to the Will of Sir Thomas Gresham
      by
      Edmund Ledger


      The Modern
      Genesis
      Being an Inquiry Into the Credibility of the Nebular
      Theory, of the Origin of Planetary Bodies, the Structure
      of the Solar System, and of General Cosmical History
      by
      W. B. Slaughter


      A Key to the
      Solar Compass, and
      Surveyor's Companion
      Comprising All the Rules
      Necessary for Use in the Field
      by
      William A. Burt


      View of Sir
      Isaac Newton's
      Philosophy
      by
      Henry Pemberton

      A Philosophical
      and Mathematical
      Dictionary
      Containing an Explanation of the Terms, and an Account of the Several
      Subjects, Comprised Under the Heads Mathematics, Astronomy,
      and Philosophy Both Natural and Experimental Also Memoirs of
      the Lives and Writing of the Eminent Authors, Both Ancient and M
      by
      Charles Hutton



      Vol. 1 of 2
      Primary Phenomenal
      Astronomy for
      Teachers and
      General Readers
      How to Study, and How to Teach Itby
      Franklin Henry Bailey


      The Heavenly
      Bodies
      Their Nature and Habitabilityby
      William Miller


      A Handbook of
      Descriptive and
      Practical Astronomy
      The Starry Heavensby
      George Frederick Chambers



      Vol. 3
      How to Know the
      Starry Heavens
      An Invitation to the
      Study of Suns and Worlds
      by
      Edward Irving


      Self-Instruction
      in the Practice
      and Theory
      of Navigation
      by
      Windham Thomas Wyndham-Quin Dunraven


      Vol. 2 of 2
      Merlinus Liberatus, an Almanack
      for the Year of Our Redemption,
      1815, Being the Third After
      Bissextile, or Leap-Year
      And From the Creation of the World,
      According to the Best History, 5762, and
      the 127th of Our Deliverance by K. William
      by
      John Partridge


      Report on the Total
      Eclipse of the Sun
      Observed at Mina Bronces,
      Chile, on April 16, 1893
      by
      J. M. Schaeberle


      Tables of
      the Moon
      Constructed for the Use of the American
      Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac
      by
      Benjamin Peirce


      The Borderland
      of Science
      A Series of Familiar Dissertations on Stars, Planets,
      and Meteors; Sun and Moon; Gambling; Earthquakes;
      Flying-Machines; Coal; Coincidence; Ghosts; Etc
      by
      Richard A. Proctor


      AdmiralityManual of Navigation, 1914by
      Great Britain; Admiralty


      The Scientific Papers of
      Sir William Herschel
      Knt. Guelp., LL. D., F. R. S
      Including Early Papers Hitherto Unpublished; Collected
      and Edited Under the Direction of a Joint Committee
      of the Royal Society and the Royal Astronomical Society
      by
      William Herschel



      Vol. 1
      Key to the
      Universe
      Or a New Theory of Its Mechanism; Founded Upon a Continuous
      Orbital Propulsion, Arising From the Velocity of Gravity and
      Its Consequent Aberrations; Resisting Ethereal Medium of
      Variable Density; With Mathematical Demonstrations and Tables
      by
      Orson Pratt


      Eclipses, Past
      and Future
      With General Hints for
      Observing the Heavens
      by
      Samuel Jenkins Johnson


      The Orbs
      of Heaven
      Or, the Planetary and Stellar Worlds; A
      Popular Exposition of the Great Discoveries
      and Theories of Modern Astronomy
      by
      O. M. Mitchell


      The Herschels
      and Modern
      Astronomy
      by
      Agnes M. Clerke

      The
      Procession
      of Planets
      by
      Franklin Hermann Heald

      An Elementary
      Treatise on
      Plane Spherical
      Trigonometry
      by
      Benjamin Peirce

      Instructions in Practical
      Surveying, Topographical
      Plan Drawing, and on
      Sketching Ground
      Without Instruments
      With Plates and Woodcutsby
      George D. Burr


      The Geography
      of the Heavens
      and Class-Book
      of Astronomy
      And Class-Book of Astronomyby
      Elijah H. Burritt


      Herschelby
      Hector Macpherson

      The Astronomy
      of Milton's
      Paradise Lost
      by
      Thomas Nathaniel Orchard

      Elements of
      Astronomy, Illustrated
      With Plates
      For the Use of Schools and
      Academies, With Questions
      by
      John H. Wilkins


      Miracles
      of Science
      by
      Henry Smith Williams

      Little
      Masterpieces
      of Science
      The Skies and the Earthby
      George Iles


      The Story of
      the Heavens
      by
      Robert S. Ball

      Navigation and
      Nautical Astronomy
      The Practical Part, Containing Rules for Finding
      the Latitude, and the Variation of the Compass
      by
      H. W. Jeans


      The Study of
      Stellar Evolution
      An Account of Some Recent
      Methods of Astrophysical Research
      by
      George Ellery Hale



      Vol. 10
      Parallaxes
      of 260 Stars
      Derived From Photographs Made at
      the Leander McCormick Observatory
      by
      S. A. Mitchell


      A Catalogue of
      420 Standard Stars
      Mostly Between 31? 41? South Declination, for
      the Equinox 1905·0, From Observations Made
      at the Perth Observatory, Western Australia
      by
      William Ernest Cooke


      Astronomical
      Essays
      Historical and
      Descriptive
      by
      J. Ellard Gore

      More Worlds
      Than One
      The Creed of the Philosopher
      and the Hope of the Christian
      by
      David Brewster


      The Constellations
      and How to Find Them; 13
      Maps, Showing the Position
      of the Constellations
      in the Sky During Each
      Month of Any Year
      by
      William Peck

      Dynamical Theory of the
      Capture of Satellites
      and of the Division
      of Nebulae Under
      the Secular Action
      of a Resisting Medium
      by
      T. J. J. See

      Ulugh Beg's
      Catalogue of Stars
      Revised From All Persian Manuscripts
      Existing in Great Britain, With a
      Vocabulary of Persian and Arabic Words
      by
      Edward Ball Knobel


      The Fixed
      Stars
      Maps for Out-Door Study, First Lessons
      in Astronomy, Adapted to Use in Schools
      by
      Elias Colbert


      The Mathematical
      Principles
      of Natural
      Philosophy
      by
      Isaac Newton


      Vol. 3 of 3
      Finding the
      Error of the
      Marine Compass
      on Board Ship
      by
      B. F. Greene

      Astronomical and
      Geographical Essays
      Containing a Full and Comprehensive View, on a New Plan, of
      the General Principles of Astronomy, the Use of the Celestial and
      Terrestrial Globes, Exemplified in a Greater Variety of Problems,
      Than Are to Be Found in Any Other Work; The Description and Use
      by
      George Adams


      Compendium
      of Astronomy
      Containing the Elements of the Science, Familiarly Explained
      and Illustrated; Adapted to the Use of High Schools and
      Academies, and of the General Reader; A New and Greatly
      Improved Edition, Containing the Latest Discoveries
      by
      Denison Olmsted


      Copernicus an
      International
      Journal of
      Astronomy, 1882
      by
      Ralph Copeland


      Vol. 2
      The Geography
      of Ptolemy
      Elucidated
      by
      Thomas Glazebrook Rylands

      Magazine
      of Science
      Plainly Worded Exactly Describedby
      Richard A. Proctor



      Vol. 4
      A Key to the Time
      Allusions in the
      Divine Comedy of
      Dante Alighieri
      by
      Gustave Pradeau

      Astronomy
      for Amateurs
      by
      Camille Flammarion

      The Elements
      of Navigation
      A Short and Complete Explanation of the Standard Methods
      of Finding the Position of a Ship at Sea and the Course
      to Be Steered; Designed for the Instruction of Beginners
      by
      W. J. Henderson


      The Book
      of Stars
      Being a Simple Explanation of the Stars
      and Their Uses to Boy Life; Written to
      Conform to the Tests of the Boy Scouts
      by
      A. Frederick Collins


      The Whys and
      Wherefores
      of Navigation
      by
      Gershom Bradford

      Introduction
      to Analytical
      Mathematical
      Astronomy (A. M.A.)
      by
      J. G. A. Goedhart

      Descriptive
      Astronomy
      An Elementary Exposition of the Facts,
      Principles and Theories of Astronomical Science
      by
      Forest Ray Moulton


      Manual of
      Astronomy
      a Text-Book
      by
      Charles A. Young

      CosmosSketch of a Physical
      Description of the Universe
      by
      Alexander von Humboldt



      Vol. 3
      Once Round
      the Sun
      The Story of the International
      Geophysical Year
      by
      Ronald Fraser


      The Shape of
      the Earth
      Some Proofs for the Spherical Shape of the
      Earth Given in Astronomical and Geographical
      Text-Books Examined, and Shown to Be Unsound
      by
      Arthur V. White


      The
      Telescope
      A Familiar Sketch, Combining a
      Special Notice of Objects Coming
      Within the Range of a Small Telescope
      by
      Mrs. Ward


      The CompassA Monthly Journal for Engineers,
      Surveyors, Architects, Draughtsmen,
      and Students, 1893-1894
      by
      William Cox



      Vol. 3
      Outstanding
      Errors of
      the Nautical
      Almanac
      by
      Dodge P. Blackstone

      Practical Military
      Surveying and
      Sketching
      With the Use of the Compass and Sextant,
      Theodolite, Mountain Barometer, Etc
      by
      Drayson


      Wood's Outline
      Astronomy
      The Last of a Graded Series of Outlines, Including
      Botany, Physiology, Physics, Meteorology, and
      Astronomy; Prepared Expressly for Use in His Own School
      by
      Allen F. Wood


      The SunChanges Its Position in Space,
      Therefore Fore It Cannot Be Regarded
      as Being "in a Condition of Rest"
      by
      August Tischner


      Light Science for
      Leisure Hours,
      Second Series
      Familiar Essaysby
      Richard Anthony Proctor


      The Romance of
      Modern Astronomy
      Describing in Simple but Exact
      Language the Wonders of the Heavens
      by
      Hector Macpherson


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