2 edition of compendious system of astronomy found in the catalog.
compendious system of astronomy
by Printed for the author, and sold by Leigh and Sotherby ...; and G. Kearsley ... in London
Written in English
|Statement||by Margaret Bryan. --|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxx, , 311 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||311|
A compendious system of astronomy by M. Bryan () A compendium of astronomy; containing the elements of the science, familiarly explained and illustrated by D. Olmsted () A cycle of celestial objects for the use of naval, military, and private astronomers Vol. 1 by W. H. Smyth (). A Compendious System of Astronomy. London: for the author, 4 o. Illustrated. Contemporary calf (rebacked). Provenance: J. Jeremiah (signature on title-page dated ); The North Devon Athenaeum (bookplate and library stamps); Barnstaple Literary & Scientific Institution (bookplate). FIRST EDITION. -- BURRITT, Elijah H.
The Beauty of Astronomy Books. Quite possibly the simplest and most effortless pastime known to humankind, stargazing has occupied people of all ages, across all continents, for millennia. From shooting stars to evil omens, changes in the night sky have both fascinated and disturbed kings and peasants alike. Philadelphia: Thomas Dobson, First separate American edition. 8vo. , 2 pp. Full contemporary calf, leather spine label and gilt rules. The plates are folded to fit into the text, and four have tears without loss. Some wrinkling. Previous owner's bookplate on front pastedown, other ownership signatures on front endpaper. A crisp copy, in very good condition.
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A compendious system of astronomy, in a course of familiar lectures; Also trigonometrical and celestial problems, with a key to the ephemeris, and terms of science used By Margaret Bryan. A Compendious System of Astronomy, in a Course of Familiar Lectures: In Which the Principles of That Science Are Clearly Elucidated, So as to Be Intelligible to Those Who Have Not Studied the Mathematics; Also Trigonometrical and Celestial Problems, with.
by Margaret Bryan Author: Margaret Bryan. A compendious system of astronomy, in a course of familiar lectures, In which the Principles of that Science are clearly elucidated, so as to be intelligible to those who have not studied the Mathematics: also trigonometrical and celestial problems, with a key to the ephemeris, and a vocabulary of the terms of science Used In The Lectures, Which latter are explained agreeably to their Application in them.
She taught across a huge range of topics, including optics, trigonometry and the history of astronomy. This book is a collection of ten of her lectures and was first published in Largely non-technical and written for those without a thorough knowledge of compendious system of astronomy book, the lectures explain contemporary science as simply as possible, using everyday experiments and clear n: A compendious system of astronomy, vol.
1, frontispiece Names Smith, Thomas, or (Author) M'Donald, Donald (Author) Collection. The scientific library: or, Repository of useful and polite literature; comprising astronomy, geography, mythology, ancient history, modern history, and chronology.
Dates / Origin Date Issued: Place: New York. A compendious system of astronomy, in a course of familiar lectures; in which the principles of that science are clearly elucidated, so as to be intelligible to those who have not studied the mathematics.
A Compendious System of Astronomy Bryan, Margaret; Abstract. Dedication; Preface; Subscribers; Lecture 1; Lecture 2; Lecture 3; Lecture 4; Lecture 5; Lecture 6; Lecture 7; Lecture 8; Lecture 9; Lecture 10; Elements of trigonometry; Problems of the celestial globe; Explanation of the tables in White's 'Ephemeris'; Catalogue of the constellations.
A compendious system of astronomy, in a course of familiar lectures, by Margaret Bryan London: printed for the author and sold by Leigh and Sotheby and G.
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Errata--p. A compendious system of geography, as connected with astronomy and illustrated by the use of the globes [microform]: with an appendix.
A Compendious System of Astronomy, in a Course of Familiar Lectures. London: J. Wallis, 8° ( x mm). Engraved frontispiece by W. Nutter after S. Shelly, 17 plates (most plates detached, a few brown spots, stitching weak). Contemporary boards, uncut (lacking spine, soiled). Home Astronomy – Early Works Astronomy – Early Works About this collection.
This collection brings together books from the history of astronomy that have become recognized for their seminal influence, presentation of initial discoveries, or historical significance.
This collection brings together books from the history of astronomy that. A New and Compendious System of Optics. Paperback – Ap by Benjamin Martin (Author) › Visit Amazon's Benjamin Martin Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. Benjamin Author: Benjamin Martin. A Compendious System of Astronomy [ ] Publication/Origin: London: Printed by H. Galabin, Description: Keenly aware that she was venturing into a new sphere for women, Margaret Bryan included mathematics and science in the curriculum to be taught to girls.
After August MB published her first book, A Compendious System of Astronomy, dedicated to the pupils at her school. April MB defended herself in the Critical Review against what she felt to be damaging criticism in that journal of her A Compendious System of Astronomy.
A compendious system of astronomy: in a course of familiar lectures: in which the principles of the science are clearly elucidated so as to be intelligible to those who have not studied the mathematics: also trigonometrical and celestial problems, with a key to the ephemeris, and a vocabulary of the terms of science used in the lectures which latter are explained agreeably to their.
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