Author:Joseph Harris

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Joseph Harris
British astronomer, navigator, economist and King's Assay Master at the Royal Mint


  • A Treatise on Navigation, containing the Theory of Navigation demonstrated, Nautical Problems, Astronomical Problems, Practical Navigation. To which is prefixed a treatise of Plane Trigonometry (1730)
  • The Description and Uses of the Celestial and Terrestrial Globe and the Orrery (1734)
  • An Essay on Money and Coins in 2 parts (1756 and 1758)
  • A Treatise of Optics (1775)

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