## A Compleat System of General Geography: Expalining the Nature and Properties of the Earth ... |

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To divide a Circle and it's

Triangle. 10. Having the Semi-diameter given, to find the

. Having ...

To divide a Circle and it's

**Periphery**into four Quadrants. S. To divide the**Periphery**of a Circle into 360 Degrees. 9. To find the Contents of a Reftangled-Triangle. 10. Having the Semi-diameter given, to find the

**Periphery**of a Circle. 11. Having ...

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T H E Diameter of a Circle is a right Line / drawn thro' the Center, and terminated

at both ends by the

Radius (a). 5. AN Arch is part of the

T H E Diameter of a Circle is a right Line / drawn thro' the Center, and terminated

at both ends by the

**Periphery**: one half of which is called the Semidiameter, orRadius (a). 5. AN Arch is part of the

**Periphery**of a Circle. A Quadrant is a fourth ... Página 18

THEREFORE to solve this Problem, divide the

take off the Semidiameter, and with it's Length cut an Arch from the

, which will be equal to 60 Degr. so there remains in the fame Quadrant 30 Degr.

THEREFORE to solve this Problem, divide the

**Periphery**into Quadrants, thentake off the Semidiameter, and with it's Length cut an Arch from the

**Periphery**(<?), which will be equal to 60 Degr. so there remains in the fame Quadrant 30 Degr.

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HAVING the Diameter or Semidiameter of a Circle, to find the

fame Measure : and converse having the

near as possible (g). The Solution of this Problem depends upon the determined

...

HAVING the Diameter or Semidiameter of a Circle, to find the

**Periphery**in thefame Measure : and converse having the

**Periphery**given, to find the Diameter asnear as possible (g). The Solution of this Problem depends upon the determined

...

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... Miles, or 5.400 German ; so that 60 of the former, and 1 5 of the later was

thought to make a Degree : but they ought to have reckoned 1 5 f of the latter,

because 32 Furlongs nearly equal a German Mile j thus the

5625.

... Miles, or 5.400 German ; so that 60 of the former, and 1 5 of the later was

thought to make a Degree : but they ought to have reckoned 1 5 f of the latter,

because 32 Furlongs nearly equal a German Mile j thus the

**Periphery**would be5625.

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Página 89 - ... even so very hard as never to wear or break in pieces ; no ordinary power being able to divide what God himself made one, in the first creation. While the particles continue entire, they may compose bodies of one and the same nature and texture in all ages ; but should they wear away or break in pieces, the nature of things depending on them would be changed.

Página 141 - And the waters prevailed exceedingly upon the earth; and all the high hills, that were under the whole heaven, were covered.

Página 89 - And therefore that nature may be lasting, the changes of corporeal things are to be placed only in the various separations and new associations and motions of these permanent particles; compound bodies being apt to break, not in the midst of solid particles, but where those particles are laid together and only touch in a few points.

Página 92 - Thou, saidst, Let the waters be gathered together into one place, and let the dry land appear, which thirsteth after Thee?

Página 149 - I walked so far before my companions up the mountain, along the side of the river of fire, that I was obliged to retire in great haste, the sulphureous stream having surprised me, and almost taken away my breath.

Página 148 - Hill, I could difcern it to be filled with red hot liquid Matter, like that in the Furnace of a Glafs-houfe...

Página 427 - Refraction of the atmosphere. 85 feet above the general level of the surrounding fluid, and therefore the weight of a column of air reaching to the top of the...

Página 148 - ... came only out of the hole to our left, while the liquid stuff in the other mouth wrought and overflowed, as hath been already described.

Página 300 - Hypothefis is more reafonable than that of thofe who (derive all Springs from the Rain-waters, which yet are perpetual and without diminution, even when no Rain falls for a long fpace.of time ; or that derive them from a Filtration or Percolation of the Sea-waters, thro' certain imaginary Tubes or Paflages within the Earth wherein they lofe their Saltnefs.

Página 245 - Phenomenon in Nature that has so much exercised and puzzled the Wits of Philosophers and learned men as this. Some have thought the Earth and Sea to be a living Creature, which, by its Respiration, causeth this ebbing and flowing. Others imagined that it proceeds, and is. provoked, from a great Whirlpool near Norway, which for six Hours absorbs the Water, and afterwards disgorges it in the same space of Time. Scaliger, and others, supposed that it is caused by the opposite Shores, especially of America,...