TABLES INTENDED TO FACILITATE THE OPERATIONS OF NAVIGATION AND NAUTICAL ASTRONOMY BY J. R. YOUNG FORMERLY PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS IN BELFAST COLLEGE TABLES INTENDED TO FACILITATE THE OPERATIONS OF NAVIGATION AND NAUTICAL ASTRONOMY (TO ACCOMPANY THE RUDIMENTARY TREATISE ON NAVIGATION LOCKWOOD & CO., 7, STATIONERS' HALL COURT LUDGATE HILL 1873 10-2-52W TABLES FOR NAVIGATION AND NAUTICAL ASTRONOMY. EXPLANATION OF THE TABLES. THE following Tables are intended to be used conjointly with the "Mathematical Tables"-published in the series of Rudimentary Treatises-in the various computations of Navigation and Nautical Astronomy. They are eleven in number, and the purposes they serve will be readily understood from the following brief explanation: TABLES 1 AND 2. Sines, Cosines, &c., to every Quarter Point of the Compass. The first of these Tables exhibits the Natural sines, cosines, &c., of Courses to every quarter-point of the compass, and the second furnishes the Logarithmic sines, cosines, &c. of the same angles. Here are two examples of their use: 1. A ship from latitude 37° 3′ N., sails S.W. S. a distance of 148 miles; required the latitude in and the departure |