Reference numberCLP/9ii/23
TitlePaper, 'A new and exact table collected from severall observations taken in four voyages to Hudsons Bay in North America from London shewing the variation of the magnetical needle or sea compass in the pathway to the said bay according to the severall lattitudes and longitudes from the years 1721 to 1725' by Christ [Christopher] Middleton
DescriptionTables showing variation of the magnetic needle at various latitudes and longitudes on various journeys to the Hudson Bay in Canada.

Subject: Magnetism / Navigation

Published in Philosophical Transactions as 'A new and exact table, collected from several observations, taken in four voyages to Hudson's Bay in North America, from London: shewing the variation of the magnetical needle, or sea compass, in the path-way to the said bay, according to the several latitudes and longitudes, from the year 1721, to 1725'.
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1726.0011
Related records in the catalogueRBO/12/24
Fellows associated with this archive
NA5183Middleton; Christopher (- 1770) - 1770
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