| John Hamilton Moore - 1791 - 296 pagina’s
...be the Time of High Water there in the Afternoon : But if this Time ihould exceed 12, I fubtract 12 **from it, and the Remainder will be the Time of High Water** in the Morning ; and if it exceeds 24, I fubtract 24 from it, and the Remainder will be the Time of... | |
| John Hamilton Moore - 1807 - 328 pagina’s
...and the remainder will be the time of high water in the morning; and if it exceeds 24, I fubtracl 24 **from it, and the remainder will be the time of high water** in the afternoon *. <%. Suppofe that you go into an harbour, and find by your watch that it is high... | |
| John Hamilton Moore - 1807 - 328 pagina’s
...the remainder will be the time of high water in the morning ; and if it exceeds »4, I fubtraft Z4 **from it, and the remainder will be the time of high water** in the afternoon*. 9 S'jppoie that you go into an harbour, and find by your watch that it hhieh water... | |
| 1821
...from the noon of the given day. If this sum hi- greater than 12h. 24m. you must subtract 12!). 21m. **from it, and the remainder will be the time of high water** nearly, reckoning from the same noon ; or if it exceed 24h. 48m. you must subtract 2-lh. 48m. from... | |
| Thomas Kerigan - 1828 - 664 pagina’s
...the noon of the given day : should the sum exceed 12*247, or 24*48?, subtract one of those quantities **from it, and the remainder will be the time of high water** very near the truth. Example 1. • Required the time of high water at Cape Florida, America, March... | |
| Friedrich Spanheim - 1829
...into hours : if the result be less than 12 hours, it determines the time after noon : but if greater, **12 must be subtracted from it, and the remainder will be the time of** the Moon's southing in the morning. XV. EASTER-DAY. It was made known at the Council of Nice, AD 325,... | |
| Thomas Kerigan - 1838
...the noon of the given day : should the sum exceed 12*247, or 24 M8", subtract one of those quantities **from it, and the remainder will be the time of high water** very near the truth. Example 1. Required the time of high water at Cape Florida, America, March 7th,... | |
| James Griffin (teacher of navigation.) - 1839
...the sum exceeds 12h. '25m. subtract 12h. 25m. from it; or if it exceeds 24h. 50m. subtract 24h. 50m. **from it, and the remainder will be the time of high water** in the afternoon of the given day in apparent time. Note, when there are 31 days in the month, take... | |
| John William Norie - 1840
...subtract 12 hours 24 minutes from it ; or if it exceed 24 hours 48 minutes, subtract 24 hours 48 minutes **from it, and the remainder will be the time of high water** in the afternoon of the gnren day. EXAMPLE I. Required the time of high water at London, June 1 0,... | |
| Janet Taylor - 1842
...noon of the given day. But if this sum exceed 12h. 24m. or 24h. 48m. subtract those times respectively **from it, and the remainder will be the time of high water,** within a few minutes of the truth, in the afternoon of the given day, from which the time of high water... | |
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