1822 · Paris
The subtitle, loosely translated, explains the contents fairly well: "Memoir on Nautical Astronomy, In which Part 1, discusses methods for time and latitude of vessels; Part 2 it happens by geometrical considerations, has very simple formulas to calculate the influence of observation errors on the results concluded; Part 3 Finally, we explain the formation and use of four new tables and very convenient for the errors of the results, and also to judge the best of times;" Cotter in his "A History of Nautical Astronomy, pp 284-5" notes that M. Mazure Duhamel published in this work the prototype of "A and B correction tables" used in position-line navigation (Heath).
Less than a dozen copies in OCLC/Worldcat as of this listing. Houzeau & Lancaster 10583. Found in the Printed Catalogues of the Library of the Royal Astronomical Society (Luther, Martino:2006). (Inventory #: 23924)