The sea-man's practice : containing a fundamental problem in navigation experimentally verified: namely, touching the compass of the earth and ea, and the quantity of a degree in our English measures. Also an exact method or form of keeping a reckoning at sea in any kind of manner of sailing. With certain tables and other rules used in navigation. Also the plotting and surveying of places: the latitude of the principal places in England: the finding of currents at sea, and what allowance is to be given in respect of them. /
|Author / Creator:||Norwood, Richard, 1590?-1675.|
|Imprint:||London : Printed by J.D. for W. Fisher, at the Postern near Tower-Hill; S. Passenger, at the three Bibles on London-Bridg; and E. Smith, at the Bible in Cornhill, 1689.|
|Description:||1 online resource (129,  p.) : diagrs.|
|Subject:||Navigation -- Early works to 1800.|
Navigation -- Tables -- Early works to 1800.
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11533957|
|Item Description:||Following text: Mathematical and sea-books printed for and sold by William Fisher, book-seller, at the Ancient Shop by the Postern on Tower-Hill; Sarah Passenger at the Three Bibles on London-Bridge, and Elizabeth Smith at the Bible in Cornhil near the Royal Exchange.|
Imperfect: staining with some loss of text.
Reproduction of the original in the Columbia University Library.
|Physical Description:||1 online resource (129,  p.) : diagrs.|