The longitude found: or, A treatise shewing an easie and speedy way, as well by night as by day, to find the longitude, having but the latitude of the place, and the inclination of the magnetical inclinatorie needle. By Henry Bond Senior, teacher of navigation, and other parts of the Mathematicks, in Store-house yard in Ratcliff. Printed by the Kings Majesties special command.
Lectures de potentia restitutiva, or Of spring explaining the power of springing bodies. To which are added some collections viz. A description of Dr. Pappins wind-fountain and force-pump. Mr. Young’s observation concerning natural fountains. Some other considerations concerning that subject. Captain Sturmy’s remarks of a subterraneous cave and cistern. Mr. G.T. observations made on the Pike of Teneriff, 1674. Some reflections and conjectures occasioned thereupon. A relation of a late eruption in the Isle of Palma. By Robert Hooke. S.R.S.