2 edition of learned treatise of globes found in the catalog.
learned treatise of globes
by Printed by the assignee of T.P. for P. Stevens and C. Meredith ... in London
Written in English
|Statement||vvritten first in Latine by Mr. Robert Hues and by him so published ; afterward illustated with notes by Io. Isa. Pontanus ; and now lastly made English, for the benefit of the unlearned, by John Chilmead.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Contributions||Chilmead, Edmund, 1610-1654., Pontanus, Johannes Isacius, 1571-1639., Stephens, Philemon, d. ca. 1665, bookseller., Meredith, Christopher, d. 1653, bookseller., English Printing Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||GA7 .H92 1639|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 186 [i.e. 276],  :|
|Number of Pages||276|
|LC Control Number||10000949|
The book is the platform from which the child’s capabilities and understanding expands, creating a firm foundation for the playing and learning experience involved in each product. But what makes a Globe product truly unique is our different accessories – such as a puzzle or wooden figures – which let the child engage with the product and. "The ancient Sabbath did remain and was observed by the Christians of the Eastern Church [in the area near Palestine] above three hundred years after our Saviour's death." -A Learned Treatise of the Sabbath, p. Origen advocated Sabbath-keeping.
Several treatises were published to describe the Molyneux globes and provide guides on their use. Molyneux himself wrote a treatise, now lost, entitled The Globes Celestial and Terrestrial Set Forth in Plano, which Sanderson published in In the same year, Thomas Hood, a London-based mathematics lecturer who had written a work on the use of celestial globes, published The Vse . A learned treatise of the Sabbath, written by Mr Edward Brerewood professor in Gresham Colledge, London. To Mr Nicholas Byfield preacher in Chester. answere and Mr Brerewoods reply () [Byfield, Nicholas] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A learned treatise of the Sabbath, written by Mr Edward Brerewood professor in Gresham Colledge, : Nicholas Byfield.
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Robert Hues ( – 24 May ) was an English mathematician and attended St. Mary Hall at Oxford, and graduated in Hues became interested in geography and mathematics, and studied navigation at a school set up by Walter a trip to Newfoundland, he made observations which caused him to doubt the accepted published values for variations of the mater: St Mary Hall, Oxford (BA, ).
Get this from a library. A learned treatise of globes, both cœlestiall and terrestriall: with their several uses. [Robert Hues; Edmund Chilmead; Johannes Isacius Pontanus; Emery Molyneux]. Get this from a library. A learned treatise of globes, both cœlestiall and terrestriall: with their severall uses.
[Robert Hues; Johannes Isacius Pontanus; Edmund Chilmead]. One of Molyneux's celestial globes, which is displayed in Middle Temple Library – from the frontispiece of the Hakluyt Society's reprint of A Learned Treatise of Globes, both Cœlestiall and Terrestriall, one of the English editions of Robert Hues' Latin work Tractatus de Globis ()Died: JuneAmsterdam, Holland, Dutch Republic.
Get this from a library. A learned treatise of globes, both cœlestiall and terrestriall: with their severall uses. VVritten first in Latine, by Mr Robert Hues: and by him so published. Afterward illustrated with notes, by Io. Isa. Pontanus. And now lastly made English, for the benefit of the vnlearned.
By Iohn Chilmead Mr A. of Christ-Church in Oxon. A Compendious Treatise on the Use of Globes & Maps: Compiled from the Works of Keith, Ferguson, Adams, Hutton, Bryan, Goldsmith, and Other Eminent Authors ; Being a Plain and Comprehensive Introduction to the Practical Knowledge of Geography and Astronomy: Author: John Lathrop: Publisher: Wells, Lilly and Burditt, Original from.
A Treatise descriptive of the Globes constructed by Emery Molyneux book And published inby Robert Hues. With 'Sailing Directions for the Circumnavigation of England, and for a Voyage to the Straits of Gibraltar, from a 15th Century MS'.
The two sets of directions were originally bound together but separately paginated. The first contains the text of the English translation, A learned treatise of globes by John Chilmead (but 'usually attributed to Edmund Chilmead with apparent corrections'); the title.
Thus, the first step in using a learned treatise is to have some expert-usually your own but potentially one from the other side-testify that the book is accepted as authoritative.
An occasional stumbling block in laying the foundation concerns the question of what exactly the expert must recognize as authoritative: the textbook in general or.
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Este libro contiene varias páginas Forgotten Books es la compañía que publicó a new treatise on astronomy, and the use of globes: in two parts, vol. 1 of 2 (classic reprint) al público. Get this from a library. Tractatus de globis et eorum usu = A treatise descriptive of the globes constructed by Emery Molyneux, and published in [Robert Hues; Clements R Markham] -- The text is edited, with 'Annotated Indices and an Introduction'.
In addition to the treatise, the volume contains 'Sailing Directions for the Circumnavigation of England, and for a Voyage to the. 35 Cf. the English edition: A Learned Treatise of Globes, both celestial and terrestrial, London,re-edited by Clements Markham, Hakluyt Society, 1st series, vol.
79, London, A French edition appeared in Paris in Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. A new treatise on the use of the globes, or a philosophical view of the earth and heavens Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item.
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This edition published in by Printed by I. A New Treatise on the Use of the Globes, and Practical Astronomy; or a Comprehensive View of the System of the World by J. Wallace. The ensuing treatise has been formed entirely from the practice of Instruction, and is arranged in the fol lowing order. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.
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