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100 1  Foster, Samuel,|d-1652. 
245 14 The art of dialling, by a new, easie, and most speedy way.
       :|bShewing how to describe the hour lines upon all forts 
       of plains; howsoever, or in what latitude soever situated.
       Also; to find the hour of the day, and the azimuth of the 
       sun, whereby the sight of any plain is examined. Performed
       by a quadrant filled with lines necessary to that purpose.
       /|cInvented and published in Anno 1638, by Samuel Forster,
       then Professor of Astronomie in Gresham Colledge. 
246 1  Art of dialing, by a new, easy, and most speedy way 
250    The second edition /|bwith several additions and 
       variations of the authors, deduced from his own 
       manuscript. With a supplement, performing all the 
       instrumental work of the quadrant, by calculation. By help
       of the canons of sines and tangents, which of all ways is 
       the most exact. By William Leybourn Philomath. 
260    London :|bPrinted by J. R. for Francis Eglesfield at the 
       Marygold in St. Pauls Churchyard,|c1675. 
300    [8], 55, [1] p., [1] leaf of plates :|bill., charts. 
500    Reproduction of the original in the National Library of 
650  0 Time measurements|vEarly works to 1800. 
650  0 Quadrant|vEarly works to 1800. 
650  0 Latitude|vEarly works to 1800. 
700 1  Leybourn, William,|d1626-1716. 
830  0 Early English books online. 
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