|Tables, 'sines and tangents, calculated to every second of the first degree of the quadrant', by Abraham Sharp
|18th century [c.1714-1727]
|Fair copy calculations organised by column as sines, cosines, tangents and cotangents. With a decorated cover and title: 'A TABLE OF Sines and Tangents. Calculated to every Second of the first Degree of the Quadrant. BY Mr. Abraham Sharp. of Little Horton.'
Abraham Sharp (bap.1653-d.1742) mathematician and scientific instrument maker was employed at the Royal Greenwich Observatory under John Flamsteed. He resided at Little Horton, Bradford, West Yorkshire from 1694.
|On paper, in buff paper cover