print. engraving. The Planisphere on which the st
print. engraving. The Planisphere on which the stars visible in the latitude of 51degrees 30' N are laid down according to theeir right Ascentions & Declination for the year 1740 from the Britannic Catalogue by John Senex, FRS. This projection is also contrived by means of a moveable horizon that at the time of any star's rising, setting or coming to its meridian for every day in the year, may be readily seen at one view, London, Printed for Bowles & Carver, 69 St Paul's Church Yard, Robert Wilkinson, 125 Fenchurch Street and R H Laurie, 53 Fleet Street, 72 x 67 cm (65 x 65.5cm to plate mark), watermark W Thomas [18--] in North and South Hemispheres by Dunn, Senex, Whiston and others; and, including Thomas Wright's universal vicissitude of seasons and libration of light
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