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description with plates of the timekeeper invented by the late Mr. Thomas Mudge

description with plates of the timekeeper invented by the late Mr. Thomas Mudge

to which is prefixed a narrative, by Thomas Mudge, his son.

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Published by Turner & Devereus in association with Movements in Time, Toronto in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mudge, Thomas, -- b.1717.

  • Edition Notes

    Facsimile reprint of the ed. originally published, London, Thomas Mudge, 1799.

    ContributionsMudge, Thomas, b.1760., Mudge, Thomas, b.1717., Pennington, Robert.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19776686M

    Ap MUDGE (THOMAS) Report from the Select Committee of the House of Commons, to whom it was referred to consider of the report which was made from the Com- mittee to whom the Petition of T. Mudge was referred nth June. Svo. Lo7idon, MUDGE (THOMAS) Description of the Time-keeper in- vented by the late Mr. T. Mudge, and on the. Title. Narrative of the voyage of H. M. S. Rattlesnake, commanded by the late Captain Owen Stanley during the years To which is added Mr. E. B. Kennedy's expedition for the exploration of the Cape York Peninsula.

    At the time Mr. Jagger was writing only 9 and 10 were known to exist, I will let Mr. Jagger explain: “Barraud in part, in consort with Howells and Jamison, in setting up in opposition to the consortium of makers employed by the younger Mudge to make chronometers after his father´s pattern has already been chronicled (Chapter II, passim); but. According to the official minutes, "Mr. John Harrison pro- duced a new invented machine, in the nature of clockwork, whereby he proposes to keep time at sea with more exactness than by any other in- strument or method hitherto contrived.., and proposes to make another machine of smaller dimensions within the space of two years, whereby he will Author: Lloyd Brown.

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