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

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Mathematical theses, 1782-1839.
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Class of 1782

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

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Class of 1783

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

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Class of 1783

### 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

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Class of 1783

### 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

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

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

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

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Class of 1785

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

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Class of 1787