A narrative of the proceedings relative to the discovery of the longitude at sea: by Mr. John Harrison's time-keeper: subsequent to those published in the year 1763.
By: John Harrison (Author)
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The original title of the book: A narrative of the proceedings relative to the discovery of the longitude at sea: by Mr. John Harrison's time-keeper: subsequent to those published in the year 1763.
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