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COLLECTION Identifier: HUC 8782.514

Mathematical theses, 1782-1839.

Projection of a Solar Eclipse, April 12, 1782, for the Meridian of Cambridge, Lat. 42° 25′ N.; Long. 4h 44′ W. Richard Codman Digital

Projection of a Solar Eclipse, April 12, 1782, for the Meridian of Cambridge, Lat. 42° 25′ N.; Long. 4h 44′ W. Richard Codman Digital Object
Projection of a Solar Eclipse, April 12, 1782, for the Meridian of Cambridge, Lat. 42° 25′ N.; Long. 4h 44′ W. Richard Codman Digital Object

The Projection of a Lunar Eclipse for September 10th, 1783, calculated for the Meridian of Boston, New England. Barnabas Hedge, Jun. Digital

The Projection of a Lunar Eclipse for September 10th, 1783, calculated for the Meridian of Boston, New England. Barnabas Hedge, Jun. Digital Object
The Projection of a Lunar Eclipse for September 10th, 1783, calculated for the Meridian of Boston, New England. Barnabas Hedge, Jun. Digital Object

Delineation of the Phaenomena at the time of the Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn, 1782. Cambridge, Long. 4h 44′ 22″ W. W. King Digital

Delineation of the Phaenomena at the time of the Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn, 1782. Cambridge, Long. 4h 44′ 22″ W. W. King Digital Object
Delineation of the Phaenomena at the time of the Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn, 1782. Cambridge, Long. 4h 44′ 22″ W. W. King Digital Object

The Transit Mercury over the sun, Nov. the 12th, 1782, delineated for the Meridian of Cambridge, N.E., Long. 4h 44′ W. from Greenwich. W. King Digital

The Transit Mercury over the sun, Nov. the 12th, 1782, delineated for the Meridian of Cambridge, N.E., Long. 4h 44′ W. from Greenwich. W. King Digital Object
The Transit Mercury over the sun, Nov. the 12th, 1782, delineated for the Meridian of Cambridge, N.E., Long. 4h 44′ W. from Greenwich. W. King Digital Object

A Projection of a Lunar Eclipse calculated for the Meridian of Cambridge, N. Lat. 42° 25′; W. Long. 70°. Tobias Lear April 9, 1783 Digital

A Projection of a Lunar Eclipse calculated for the Meridian of Cambridge, N. Lat. 42° 25′; W. Long. 70°. Tobias Lear April 9, 1783 Digital Object
A Projection of a Lunar Eclipse calculated for the Meridian of Cambridge, N. Lat. 42° 25′; W. Long. 70°. Tobias Lear April 9, 1783 Digital Object

The Projection of the Lunar Eclipse for Sept. 10, 1783, calculated for the Meridian of Boston, N. England. April, 1783 Digital

The Projection of the Lunar Eclipse for Sept. 10, 1783, calculated for the Meridian of Boston, N. England. April, 1783 Digital Object
The Projection of the Lunar Eclipse for Sept. 10, 1783, calculated for the Meridian of Boston, N. England. April, 1783 Digital Object

Projection of a Lunar Eclipse, September the 10th, 1783, calculated for the Meridian of Boston, Long. West from Greenwich 4 h 44′. William Prescott Digital

Projection of a Lunar Eclipse, September the 10th, 1783, calculated for the Meridian of Boston, Long. West from Greenwich 4 h 44′. William Prescott Digital Object
Projection of a Lunar Eclipse, September the 10th, 1783, calculated for the Meridian of Boston, Long. West from Greenwich 4 h 44′. William Prescott Digital Object

An Accurate Survey of Cambridge Common containing 20 acres, 0 R. 3 P. D. 55460, taken by E. H. Williams Sept. 1782. Digital

An Accurate Survey of Cambridge Common containing 20 acres, 0 R. 3 P. D. 55460, taken by E. H. Williams Sept. 1782. Digital Object
An Accurate Survey of Cambridge Common containing 20 acres, 0 R. 3 P. D. 55460, taken by E. H. Williams Sept. 1782. Digital Object

The Stereographic Projection of the Sphere on the Plane of the Horizon of Cambridge, Lat. 42° 23′ 30″. Charles Coffin Digital

The Stereographic Projection of the Sphere on the Plane of the Horizon of Cambridge, Lat. 42° 23′ 30″. Charles Coffin Digital Object
The Stereographic Projection of the Sphere on the Plane of the Horizon of Cambridge, Lat. 42° 23′ 30″. Charles Coffin Digital Object

Mathematical Problems and their Solutions. [Four Problems] Thomas Chandler Digital

Mathematical Problems and their Solutions. [Four Problems] Thomas Chandler Digital Object
Mathematical Problems and their Solutions. [Four Problems] Thomas Chandler Digital Object