Navigation -- England -- Fens, The. : An answer to a book, intituled "an inquiry into facts and observations thereon, humbly submitted to the candid Examiner into the Principles of a Bill intended to be offered to Parliament, for the Preservation of the Great Level of the Fens, and the Navigation through the same, by a Tax on the Lands and a Toll on the Navigation.'' " Wherein the claim of the adventurers on the navigations, for assistance in draining and preserving the fens, is impartially inquired into; and the Conduct of the Drainers and the oppressive Designs of the Present Bill are exhibited in their true Light. Audi Alteram Partem [electronic resource].
Navigation -- England -- Hartlepool. : Report on the various improvements, [electronic resource] : civil and military, that might be made in the haven or harbour of Hartlepool: as surveyed, at the request of the Corporation, by R. Dodd, engineer.
Navigation -- England -- Lincoln -- Early works to 1800. : The case of the mayor, sheriffs, citizens, and commonalty of the city of Lincoln, and the gentlemen, clergy, and other inhabitants, merchants and traders therein, and in the towns and places adjoining thereto, against the bill for draining and preserving certain low lands called the fens, lying on both sides of the river Witham, in the county of Lincoln; and for restoring and maintaining the navigation of the said river from Brayford Meer, in the city of Lincoln, through the borough of Boston, to the sea [electronic resource].
Navigation -- England -- Maryport -- Early works to 1800. : Report on the proposed navigation between the East and West seas, [electronic resource] : In three parts (viz.) First. From Newcastle to Haydonbridge. Second. Haydonbridge to Maryport, including various branches. Third. Various practicable lines on the south side of the River Tyne, with their separate advantages. By William Chapman, engineer, M.R.I.A.
Navigation English Channel : The pilot's handbook for the English Channel : containing concise directions for entering and navigating the Channel, and for all the harbours and anchorages on the English coast, from the Scilly Islands to the North Foreland ; also questions on the pilotage of the Channel / by J.W. King.
Navigation English Channel Early Works To 1800 : British channel directions. [electronic resource] : Complete coasting directions for sailing from London through the different channels of the River Thames, the British Channel, Bristol Channel, and part of the Coast of Wales to Milford-Haven. Including the islands of Guernsey, Jersey, Alderney, &c. With particular directions for Plymouth Soud, Hamoaze, Catwater, Fowey-Harbour, Falmouth-Harbour Mount's Bay, &c. The whole from actual surveys and extensive experience, by John Chandler, of Oxford, pilot and late master in Royal Navy.
Navigation Equipment and supplies. -- See also Nautical instruments. --names of nautical instruments, e.g. Sextant, Station-pointer.
Navigation -- Equipment and supplies. : Epitome of the art of navigation [electronic resource] : or, a short, easy, and methodical way to become a complete navigator; Containing Practical Geometry, Plane and Spheric, Superficial and Solid; with its Uses in all Kinds of Mensuration. Trigonometry Plane and Spheric, both Geometric, Instrumental and Logarithmic, with its Uses in Navigation, viz. In Plane, Mercator's, and Great Circle Sailing, Geography, Astronomy, the Projection of the Sphere, &c. The Gregorian or New Calendar, Description and Use of the Plane-Chart, Mercator's-Chart, both Globes, Hemispheres, and divers other Instruments. A New Form of keeping a Sea-Reckoning, or Account of a Ship's Way. A Traverse Table; a Table of Meridional Parts; a Table of 10,000 Logarithms, and Logarithmic Sines, Tangents and Secants, carefully corrected. By James Atkinson, Senior. The whole revised and corrected, with the utmost Care, by W. Mountaine, Mathematical Examiner to the Honourable Corporation of Trinity-House of Deptford-Strond, and F.R.S.
Navigation -- Equipment and supplies -- Early works to 1800. : A description of the lines drawn on Gunter's scale, [electronic resource] : as improved By Mr. John Robertson, Late Librarian to the Royal Society; and executed By Messrs. Nairne and Blunt, Mathematical Instrument Makers, Cornhill, London. With their Use and Application to Practice, exemplified more especially in Navigation and Astronomy. By William Mountaine, Mathematical Examiner to the Honourable Corporation of Trinity-House of Deptford-Strond, and F R.S. .
Navigation -- Europe -- Tables. : The mariner's new calendar : containing the principles of arithmetic and practical geometry, with the extraction of the square and cube roots : also rules for finding the prime, epact, moon's age, time of high-water, with tables for the same ... / by Nathaniel Colson ... ; the whole revis'd, and adjusted to the new stile by William Mountaine.
Navigation -- Exhibitions. : Olympic exhibition man and the sea : 10.5.-24.9.1972 on the occasion of the Olympic yachting events in Kiel, Catalogue / edited by Hans Jürgen.
Navigation Fens The England Law And Legislation : An inquiry into facts, and observations thereon, humbly submitted to the candid examiner into the principles of a bill intended to be offered to parliament, for the preservation of the great level of the fens, and the navigation through the same, by a tax on the lands, and toll on the navigation [electronic resource].
Navigation Forth Firth Of Scotland Early Works To 1800 : The New coasting pilot for Scotland [electronic resource] : With new and exact charts, gathered from the experience and practice of able and expert navigators of our own and other nations. A new edition. To which is added, compass course directions to open the frith of forth, and avoid the cape or bell-rock. Also, compass course bearings and distances of the cape from different places; and, directions to anchor in the frith of forth.