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Ferguson, James. Astronomy explained upon Sir Isaac Newton's principles, and made easy to those who have not studied mathematics. To which are added, a plain method of finding the distances of all the planets from the sun, by the Transit of Venus over the Sun's Disc, in the Year 1761. An account of Mr. Horrox's observation of the transit of Venus in the Year 1639: and, of the Distances of all the Planets from the sun, as deduced from Observations of the Transit in the Year 1761. By James Ferguson, F. R. S. The Tenth Edition, with some additional notes.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 24811, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/24811. Accessed 2023-12-10.

Ferguson, James. Astronomy explained upon Sir Isaac Newton's principles, and made easy to those who have not studied mathematics. To which are added, a plain method of finding the distances of all the planets from the sun, by the Transit of Venus over the Sun's Disc, in the Year 1761. An account of Mr. Horrox's observation of the transit of Venus in the Year 1639: and, of the Distances of all the Planets from the sun, as deduced from Observations of the Transit in the Year 1761. By James Ferguson, F. R. S. The Tenth Edition, with some additional notes. London: Joseph Johnson, George, George, and John Robinson, Robert Baldwin I, Francis and Charles Rivington, William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street], James Scatcherd, John Walker II [44 Paternoster Row, 1784-1814, 1818-1825], Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], John Cuthell [4 Middle Row], Thomas Norton Longman And Owen Rees, Thomas Cadell and William Davies, Thomas Hurst [Paternoster], James Wallis [46 Paternoster Row], 1799.

Ferguson , J. (1799). Astronomy explained upon sir isaac newton's principles, and made easy to those who have not studied mathematics. to which are added, a plain method of finding the distances of all the planets from the sun, by the transit of venus over the sun's disc, in the year 1761. an account of mr. horrox's observation of the transit of venus in the year 1639: and, of the distances of all the planets from the sun, as deduced from observations of the transit in the year 1761. by james ferguson, f. r. s. the tenth edition, with some additional notes. London: Joseph Johnson. George, George, and John Robinson. Robert Baldwin I. Francis and Charles Rivington. William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street] James Scatcherd. John Walker II [44 Paternoster Row, 1784-1814, 1818-1825] Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry] John Cuthell [4 Middle Row] Thomas Norton Longman And Owen Rees. Thomas Cadell and William Davies. Thomas Hurst [Paternoster] James Wallis [46 Paternoster Row]

Ferguson, James. Astronomy explained upon Sir Isaac Newton's principles, and made easy to those who have not studied mathematics. To which are added, a plain method of finding the distances of all the planets from the sun, by the Transit of Venus over the Sun's Disc, in the Year 1761. An account of Mr. Horrox's observation of the transit of Venus in the Year 1639: and, of the Distances of all the Planets from the sun, as deduced from Observations of the Transit in the Year 1761. By James Ferguson, F. R. S. The Tenth Edition, with some additional notes. London: Joseph Johnson, George, George, and John Robinson, Robert Baldwin I, Francis and Charles Rivington, William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street], James Scatcherd, John Walker II [44 Paternoster Row, 1784-1814, 1818-1825], Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], John Cuthell [4 Middle Row], Thomas Norton Longman And Owen Rees, Thomas Cadell and William Davies, Thomas Hurst [Paternoster], James Wallis [46 Paternoster Row], 1799.

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  author={Ferguson,James},
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  title={Astronomy explained upon Sir Isaac Newton's principles, and made easy to those who have not studied mathematics. To which are added, a plain method of finding the distances of all the planets from the sun, by the Transit of Venus over the Sun's Disc, in the Year 1761. An account of Mr. Horrox's observation of the transit of Venus in the Year 1639: and, of the Distances of all the Planets from the sun, as deduced from Observations of the Transit in the Year 1761. By James Ferguson, F. R. S. The Tenth Edition, with some additional notes.},
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Suggestions and Comments for Astronomy explained upon Sir Isaac Newton's principles, and made easy to those who have not studied mathematics. To which are added, a plain method of finding the distances of all the planets from the sun, by the Transit of Venus over the Sun's Disc, in the Year 1761. An account of Mr. Horrox's observation of the transit of Venus in the Year 1639: and, of the Distances of all the Planets from the sun, as deduced from Observations of the Transit in the Year 1761. By James Ferguson, F. R. S. The Tenth Edition, with some additional notes.
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