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IN TWO PARTS.
THE FIRST CONTAINING
A CLEAR AND COMPENDIOUS VIEW OF THE THEORY
A NUMBER OF PRACTICAL PROBLEMS.
TO WHICH Are added,
SOLAR, LUNAR, AND OTHER ASTRONOMICAL TABLES.
BY JOHN GUMMERE, A.M.
MEMBER OF THE AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY, AND CORRESPONDING MEMBER OF THE ACADEMY OF
REVISED AND ADAPTED TO THE PRESENT STATE OF THE SCIENCE,
BY E. OTIS KENDALL, A.M.
PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS AND ASTRONOMY IN THE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL OF PHILADELPHIA.
E. C. & J. BIDDLE, No. 39 SOUTII FOURTH STREET.
ENTERED according to Act of Congress, in the year 1854, by
E. C. & J. BIDDLE,
in the Office of the Clerk of the District Court of the United States, in and for the
NOTE BY THE PUBLISHERS.
For the Sixth Edition of Gummere's Astronomy, the work has again been carefully revised by Professor E. O. Kendall, and such alterations and additions as were called for by the advance of the science have been made.
Philadelphia, October, 1854.
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PRINTED BY T. K. AND P. G. COLLINS.
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