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by Moore, John Hamilton, -1807
Newburyport [Mass.]: : Printed by Edmund M. Blunt (Proprietor) 1800. Sold by every bookseller and ship-chandler in the United States. And by Thomas Biggs, no. 85, South Front Street, Philadelphia., [1800]
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by Moore, John Hamilton, -1807
Printed at Newburyport [Mass.] : by Edmund M. Blunt (Proprietor) 1799: sold by Messrs. Thomas and Andrews, Samuel Hall, Caleb Bingham, Ebenezer Larkin, David West, James White, John Boyle, W.P. and L. Blake, John West, William T. Clap, W. Pelham, Boston; and by other booksellers and ship-chandlers throughout the Union., [1799]
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by Moore, John Hamilton, -1807
Newburyport [Mass.] : Printed by Edmund M. Blunt (Proprietor) 1800. Sold by every bookseller and ship-chandler in the United States. And by Thomas Biggs, no. 85, South Front Street, Philadelphia, [1800]
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Uniform title: The practical navigator and seaman's new daily assistant
by Moore, John Hamilton, -1807
London : printed for and sold by B. Law; G. G. and J. Robinson; and the author, 1795
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by Moore, John Hamilton, -1807
London : Printed for the proprietors, and sold by Alexander Hogg, [1780?]
 
 
Uniform title: The practical navigator and seaman's new daily assistant
by Moore, John Hamilton, -1807
London : printed by J. Crowder; for G. G. and J. Robinson, and Longman and Rees; C. Law; J. Hardy and Sons, and the author, 1800
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