|Paper, 'Observatis eclipsis lunaris peracto Bostoniis' [Observations of the lunar eclipse observated at Boston, New England [USA] on 5 April 1707] by Thomas Brattle
|10 November 1707
|The observation took place on the morning of 12 June 1694. The location was at the college at Cambridge [possibly Harvard], about 4 miles from Boston. A brass quadrant and a telescope were used. On reverse is a note from Warrington about Dr Woodward.
Published in Philosophical Transactions as 'An account of some eclipses of the sun and moon, observed by Mr Tho. Brattle, at Cambridge, about four miles from Boston in New-England, whence the difference of longitude between Cambridge and London is determin'd, from an observation made of one of them at London'
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|Woodward; John (1665 - 1728); physician, natural historian, and antiquary
|1665 - 1728