3 edition of **mathematical practitioners of Hanoverian England, 1714-1840.** found in the catalog.

mathematical practitioners of Hanoverian England, 1714-1840.

Taylor, E. G. R.

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Published
**1966**
by Published] for the Institute of Navigation at the University Press in Cambridge [Eng
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- Mathematics -- History,
- Mathematics -- Bibliography

**Edition Notes**

Contributions | Institute of Navigation. |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | 502 p. |

Number of Pages | 502 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL13538444M |

OCLC/WorldCa | 16739061 |

Robert Waddington (died ) was a mathematician, astronomer and teacher of navigation. He is best known as one of the observers appointed by the Royal Society to observe the transit of Venus with Nevil Maskelyne on the island of Saint that voyage they made successful use of the lunar-distance method of establishing longitude at sea.. Waddington subsequently taught the method. BornRamsey, Huntingdonshire, England, DiedCambridge, England, 10 March Richard Dunthorne was an observer, mathematical astronomer, and surveyor. Dunthorne’s father was a gardener who sent his son to the free grammar school at Ramsey.

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