Mirror of Literature, 10 (1827), 364.
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Letter, Introduction; List
Meteorology, Prognostication, Navigation, Instruments, Magnetism, Astronomy
'The Ox-Eye, so called by seamen, is a remarkable appearance in the heavens, resembling a small lurid speck, and always precedes two particular storms, known only between the tropics. Azimuth-Compass is an instrument employed for ascertaining the sun's magnetical azimuth.'
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