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  1. The apparent projection of stars upon the bright limb of the moon at occultation, and similar phenomena at total solar eclipses, transits of Venus and Mercury, etc., etc., by George Davidson.
    By: Davidson, George,
    Publication info: San Francisco,The Academy,1900.
    Contributed by: University of California Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: Astronomy  Eclipses  Observations  Occultations  Transits  
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  2. The Christian almanack, For the year of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, 1824 : being Bissextile, or Leap Year, and the Forty-eighth of the Independence of the United States.
    By: Anderson, Alexander, - Gilbert, Reuben S., - Olbers, W. - American Tract Society. - Philadelphia Sunday and Adult School Union.
    Publication info: Philadelphia :Published by the American Tract Society, and the Philadelphia Sunday and Adult School Union. For Sale at 29 North Fourth Street,[1823]
    Contributed by: University of Pittsburgh Library System (archive.org)
    Subjects: 1740-1821  19th century  Agriculture  Almanacs  Almanacs, American  Boudinot, Elias,  Charities  Conduct of life  Courts  Eclipses  Influence on Man  Influence on weather  Moon  New York (State)  Pennsylvania  Philadelphia  Religious newspapers and periodicals  Seasons in art  Societies, etc  Themes, motives  United States  Utica  Wills  Wood-engraving  
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  3. Lectures on select subjects in mechanics, hydrostatics, pneumatics, optics, and astronomy, by James Ferguson ... A new and improved edition, adapted to the present state of science, by C.F. Partington
    By: Ferguson, James, - Partington, Charles Frederick,
    Publication info: LondonPrinted for T. Tegg; [etc.]1839
    Contributed by: Gerstein - University of Toronto (archive.org)
    Subjects: Early works to 1800  Eclipses  Globes  Mechanics  Optics  Sundials  
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