Mechanick dyalling teaching any man, though of an ordinary capacity and unlearned in the mathematicks, to draw a true sun-dial on any given plane, however scituated [sic]: only with the help of a straight ruler and a pair of compasses, and without any arithmetical calculation. The third edition. By Joseph Moxon, Fellow of the Royal Society, and Hydrographer to the King's most Excel. Majesty

Joseph Moxon London : printed for James Moxon, at the sign of the Atlas in Warwick-Lane, 1698

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