Product images of The Longitude Act 1714
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The Longitude Act 1714
Parliament Act of Queen Anne, 12, cap. 15 (the Longitude Act), passed on 8 July 1714, provided a large incentive for solving the longitude problem.
- Image reference: D6767
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London