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John Harrison

(1693—1776) horologist


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(1693–1776).

Horologist. From the 15th cent. onwards, when mariners began to make long ocean voyages, the difficulty of estimating the exact longitude at sea had cost the lives of thousands ...

Subjects: British History.


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