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" Look for the longitude on the equator, and bring it to the brazen meridian, then under the given degree of latitude will be the place required. Thus the place whos longitude is 30 17... "
Cornell's High School Geography: Forming Part Third of a Systematic Series ... - Page 399
by Sarah S. Cornell - 1857 - 405 pages
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The British encyclopedia, or, Dictionary of arts and sciences, Volume 3

William Nicholson - 1809 - 752 pages
...is the longitude '.'. " To find a place, having a given latitude and longitude." Find the degree of longitude on the equator, and bring it to the brass meridian ; then find the degree of latitude on the meridian, cither north or south of tho equator, as the giveo latitude...
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The British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of Arts and Sciences ..., Volume 3

William Nicholson - Natural history - 1809 - 700 pages
...is the longitude. . " To find a place, having a given latitude and longitude." Find the degree of longitude on the equator, and bring it to the brass meridian ; then find the degree of latitude on the meridian, either north or south of the equator, as the given latitude...
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A New System of Modern Geography, Or, A General Description of All the ...

Elijah Parish - Geography - 1810 - 410 pages
...and we shall find the longitude marked on the equator, and the latitude on the meridian. PROB. 3. The longitude and latitude of any place being given, to find that place on the globe. Bring the degree of longitude to the brazen meridian ; reckon upon the same meridian...
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An Easy Grammar of Geography: Intended as a Companion and Introduction to ...

J. Goldsmith - 1811 - 184 pages
...63 J7 . What is the longitude of Turin ? '18. What is the longitude of Upsal ? PROBLEM ill.— The longitude and latitude of any place being given to find that place. Rule. — Look for the longitude on the equator, and bring it to the brazen meridian, then under the given...
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American Edition of the British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of ..., Volume 6

William Nicholson - Natural history - 1819 - 394 pages
...meridian is the longitude. 2. " To find a place, having a given latitude and longitude." Fmd the degree of longitude on the equator, and bring it to the brass meridian ; then find the degree of latitude on the meridian, either north or south of the equator, as the given latitude...
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Geography: Or, A Description of the World

Geography - 1820 - 352 pages
...longitude of Archangel ?— Of Babelmandel ?— Of Gibralter ? — Of Jerusalem. PROBLEM III. — The longitude and latitude of any place being given, to find that place. Look for the longitude on the equator, and bring it to the brazen meridian, then under the given degree...
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A Grammar of General Geography: For the Use of Schools and Young Persons ...

Sir Richard Phillips - Geography - 1821 - 256 pages
...Tunis ? 1 7. What is the longitude of Turin ? 18. What is the longitude of Upsal ? PROBLEM III. — The longitude and latitude of any place being given, to find that place. Rule. — Look for the longitude on the equator, and bring it to the brazen meridian ; then, under the given...
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Elements of Geography, Ancient and Modern: With an Atlas

Joseph Emerson Worcester - Atlases - 1822 - 354 pages
...London. Thus the longitude of Madras is 80 degrees east ; of Lisbon 9 degrees west. PROBLEM III. The longitude and latitude of any place being given, to find that place. Look for the longitude on the equator, and bring it to the brazen meridian, then under the given degree...
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A New Treatise on the Use of the Globes: With Notes and Observations ...

James M'Intire - Globes - 1823 - 232 pages
...Fernandez Jaffa. PROBLEM IV. The latitude and longitude of anyplace being 'given, to find that place. Find the given longitude on the equator, and bring-...the brass meridian; then under the given latitude on the brass meridian, you will find the place required. EXAMPLES. 1. What place has ^5| degrees west...
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An Introduction to Ancient and Modern Geography: To which are Added Rules ...

Jacob Abbot Cummings - Cartography - 1825 - 216 pages
...PROB. III. The Longitude and Latitude of a place being given, to find that place. Rule. Look for the longitude on the equator, and bring it to the brass meridian, then under the given degree of latitude on the meridian will be the place required. Ex. The place whose longitude is 30...
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