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    Re: Lost book, "Line of Position Navigation"
    From: Fred Hebard
    Date: 2003 Dec 16, 00:13 -0500

    Richard,
    
    I have the paperback edition, which has a nautical chart that is grey
    on top and bottom and normal colored in the middle.  The back is grey
    on the bottom, and normal colored over the rest, but most of the back
    is taken up with a blurb, written on an almost opaque black.  There are
    small photos of two vernier-micrometer sextants on the back toward the
    bottom and a large steam-powered 3-decker flying a French flag on the
    front toward the bottom.
    
    Fred
    
    On Dec 15, 2003, at 10:32 PM, Richard wrote:
    
    > On Sun, 30 Mar 2003 06:56:32 +1000, Peter Fogg wrote:
    >
    >> ('The dog ate my homework' - the electronic gremlins have consigned my
    >> original message to some black hole, its a great mystery, so this is
    >> another attempt ..)
    >>
    > Peter, something similar may have happened to my copy of a book.  Not
    > 'The Complete On-Board Celestial Navigator', the thread where you made
    > the above comment, but the book about Sumner and Saint Hilaire.
    >
    > I need help to find it.  I've been looking hard for more than a week.
    >
    > Would someone please describe the size and color of  "Line of Position
    > Navigation: Sumner and Saint Hilaire: the Two Pillars of Modern
    > Celestial Navigation" especially the appearance of the spine.  I have
    > looked many times in my Navigation, Surveying, History and Mathematics
    > shelves as well as the "in progress" areas and under the bed.  I read
    > part of it in July, and it was misplaced before I finished.
    >
    > The last book I misshelved so thoroughly took me over six months to
    > find.
    >
    > Thank you,
    >
    >
    > --
    > Richard ...
    >
    
    
    

       
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