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Signature Maker Instruments Comments Location References
MORLAND, SAMUEL England, 1625-95, Sir Samuel Morland; invented a perpetual calendar in 1650, example at BM; invented a "Poor man's Dial" (sundial), also a variant of Napier's Rods and a calculating machine in 1666; Sutton and Knibb made examples of the calculating machines now at KEN and FLO; "Master of Mechanics to King Charles II." Bloomsbury; Vauxhall (1677); both in London. Taylor 1(219); G.L'E. Turner 24; Latham and Matthews, Vol. 9; DNB; DSB; Middleton 1; A.J. Turner 10.

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