John Hadley


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Hadley, John

 

Born Apr. 16, 1682, in Hartford, England; died Feb. 14, 1744, in East Barnet. English inventor and astronomer. Fellow (1717) and vice-president (1728) of the Royal Society of London.

Hadley is credited with the invention of the sextant (1730–31), which is widely used in navigation.

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There, Mrs Hadley, who married estate agent Mr John Hadley, continued to play a large role in the Conservative Party, becoming secretary and then whip.
Heading the editorial team at Florida Sportsfan in John Hadley, the chief researcher for NBC Sports football program who for 10 years was associate editor of Sporting News and is the former senior editor for Lindy's Football Annuals.
I'm really hoping it's time for the town to move on to a new building,'' Selectman John Hadley said after the vote, noting, "It's a two-part puzzle.
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Personally, I wouldn't want to take on that responsibility," Selectman john Hadley said.
Seen here are (from left) selectmen John Hadley, Christopher Rucho, Kevin McCormick, Welsh and Selectman Siobhan Bohnson.
Anywhere we (go), it would cost more for the excavation than it would to cost to buy this building,'' Selectman John Hadley said.
Using the Shepard building roof replacement as an example, Selectman John Hadley, who owns commercial property, said the cost the town paid in wages far exceeded what a private business would have paid for the same work.