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Two on lunar motion by Ernest Brown  

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Two volumes on lunar motion by Ernest W. Brown

Brown, Ernest W.

Cambridge, England

At the University Press

1896 & 1908



  • An Introductory Treatise on the Lunar Theory. xvi, 292 pp. 1896.
  • The Inequalities in the Motion of the Moon Due to the Direct Action of the Planets. An essay which obtained the Adams Prize in the University of Cambridge for the year 1907. xii, 92. [1] pp. 1908.

Blue cloth, spines lettered in gilt. First Editions.

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Second is ex-library with number inked on front cover, perforated stamp to title page, a few other markings, also wear and stain at spine foot; otherwise both about very good.

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