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A TABLE OF THE ANGLES
which every Point & Quarter Point of the Compass makes with the Meridian.
VK 537 .544 1775
Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada, in the year
THE FIRST EDITION of this work was issued almost in the light of an experiment, and it is consequently with all the more thankfulness that I have to acknowledge the favor with which it has met. In publishing this SECOND EDITION of my MANUAL, I have endeavored to supply all the deficiencies which experience shewed existed in its predecessor and it is hoped that the large additions which have been made in consequence, will win for it the favor of the class for which it is specially designed.
Many hundreds of examples have been introduced, thus copiously illustrating every rule treated of; the answers to these exercises are also given at various stages of each problem, and the requisite elements from the Nautical Almanac and the Admiralty Tide Tables are appended, so as to make the book, as far as possible, complete in itself. I have thought it advisable to adapt both rules and examples to the Epitomes of Norie, Bowditch and Raper, the three works on Navigation