School Atlas of Astronomy: Comprising, in Twenty-one Plates, a Complete Series of Illustrations of the Heavenly Bodies

Front Cover
William Blackwood and sons, 1869 - Astronomy - 70 pages
 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

Popular passages

Page 159 - WHITE. The Eighteen Christian Centuries. By the Rev. JAMES WHITE, Author of 'The History of France.
Page 19 - The squares of the periods of revolution of any two planets are proportional to the cubes of their mean distances from the sun.
Page 72 - Director-General of the Geological Survey of Great Britain and Ireland ; and JAMES NICOL, FRSE, FGS, Professor of Natural History in the University of Aberdeen. Constructed by ALEX. KEITH JOHNSTON, FRSE, &c., Geographer to the Queen, Author of the "Physical Atlas,
Page 159 - ELEMENTARY ARITHMETIC. By EDWARD SANG, FRSE This Treatise is intended to supply the great desideratum of an intellectual instead of a routine course of instruction in Arithmetic. Post 8vo, 5s. THE HIGHER ARITHMETIC. By the same Author. Being a Sequel to 'Elementary Arithmetic-
Page 159 - A Glossary of Navigation. Containing the Definitions and Propositions of the Science, Explanation of Terms, and Description of Instruments. By the Rev. JB HARBORD, MA, Assistant Director of Education, Admiralty. Crown 8vo. Illustrated with Diagrams, 6s. Definitions and Diagrams in Astronomy and Navigation.
Page 159 - The extent to which this little Catechism has been circulated at home- its translation into nearly every European language, and its introduction into the Schools of Germany, Holland, Flanders, Italy, Sweden, Poland, and South and North America, while it has been gratifying to the Author, has caused him to take additional pains in improving and adding to the amount of useful information, in the present edition.
Page 159 - France,' in a single volume of some 600 pages, contains every leading incident worth the telling, and abounds in word-painting whereof a paragraph has often as much active life in it as one of those inch-square etchings of the great Callot, in which may...

Bibliographic information