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Horological disquisitions concerning the nature of time / by John Smith.

By: Smith, John, 1647 or 1648-1727?.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Reading, Berkshire : Thames Facsimile Co., 1962Description: 92 p. ; 17 cm.Subject(s): Horology -- Early works to 1800 | Time measurements | Clock and watch making
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Book Science Museum Wroughton
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Science & Technology Studies Collection 081 SMI SMITH (Browse shelf) Available 2402481046

Facsimile ed.

Includes facsimile reproduction of t.p. of original ed., London, 1694: Horological disquitions concerning the nature of time, and the reasons why all days, from noon to noon, are not alike twenty four hours long ... by John Smith, to which is added, the best rules for the ordering and use both of the quick-silver and spirit weather-glasses, and Mr. S. Watson's rules for adjusting a clock by the fixed stars.

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