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" From a▀ronaiy we have the regular difpofition of our time, in a due fucccmon of years, which are kept within their limits, as to the return of the feafons, and the motion of the fun. This is of no fmall advantage in our public, private, military, and... "
The General Magazine of Arts and Sciences: Philosophical, Philological ... - Page 54
by Benjamin Martin - 1755
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An Essay on the Usefulness of Mathematical Learning

Martin Strong, John Arbuthnot - Mathematics - 1701 - 57 pages
...fpeak afterwards. From jfftronomy we have the regular difpofition of our time, in a due fucceú fion of years, which are kept within their limits as to the return of the Seafbns, and the motion of the Sun. This is no fmall advantage for the due repetition of the fame work,...
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Syntagma mathesios: containing the resolution of equations: with a new way ...

Francis Holliday - Equations - 1745 - 312 pages
...ordinarily apply 'd. From Aftronomy, we have the regular Difpolition of our Time, in a due Succefiion of Years, which are kept within their Limits, as to the Return of the Seafons, and the Motion of the Sun. This is no fmall Advantage for the due Repetition of the fame Work,...
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The Miscellaneous Works of the Late Dr. Arbuthnot, Volume 1

John Arbuthnot - English literature - 1751
...fpeak afterwards. From Ajlronomy we have the regular difpofition of our time, in a due fucceffionof years, which are kept within their limits as to the return of the Seafons, and the motion of the Sun. This is no fmall advantage for the due repetition of the fame work,...
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General Magazine of Arts and Sciences, Philosophical, Philological ...

1755
...difpofition of our time, in a due fucceffion of years, which are kept within their limits, as to the rctiyn of the feafons, and the motion of the fun. This is...public, private, military, and country affairs. The adjufling of the moon's motion to that of the Sun is required for the celebration of the clurcb-feajl:...
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Miscellaneous Correspondence, Volume 1

1759
...their price and duty. Fioma▀roacmy we have the regular difpofition of our time, in a due fucceffion of years, which are kept within their limits, as to...of the Sun is required for the celebration of the church-fea▀s znafa▀s, according to theantient cuftom and primitive inftitution ; and likewife for...
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Miscellaneous Works of the Late Dr. Arbuthnot, Volume 1

John Arbuthnot - 1770
...fpeak afterwards, i . From j4ftronomy we have the regular difpofition of our time, in a due fucceilion of years, which are kept within their limits as to the return of the Seafons-, and the motion of the Sun. This is no fma I advantage for the due repetition of the fame...
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