CHOIR GAUR; THE GRAND ORRERY OF THE ANCIENT DRUIDS COMMONLY CALLED STONEHENGE, ON SALISBURY PLAIN, ASTRONOMICALLY EXPLAINED, AND MATHEMATICALLY PROVED TO BE A TEMPLE ERECTED IN THE EARLIEST AGES, FOR OBSERVING THE MOTIONS OF THE HEAVENLY BODIES BY JOHN SMITH (1771)

HomeCHOIR GAUR; THE GRAND ORRERY OF THE ANCIENT DRUIDS COMMONLY CALLED STONEHENGE, ON SALISBURY PLAIN, ASTRONOMICALLY EXPLAINED, AND MATHEMATICALLY PROVED TO BE A TEMPLE ERECTED IN THE EARLIEST AGES, FOR OBSERVING THE MOTIONS OF THE HEAVENLY BODIES BY JOHN SMITH (1771)