A Plan of the Solar System Exhibiting its Relative Magnitudes and Distances. Plate I. Hartford, Published by F.J. Huntington 1835, Entered according to Act of Congress Sepr. 1st 1835 by F.J. Huntington of the State of Connecticut. Engraved by W.G. Evans N. York, under the Direction of E.H. Burritt.
Upper half of the pages shows the relative magnitudes of the planets along with a chart detailing relative diameters of the same. At the bottom left are a number of diagrams showing the comparative distances of the planets to the sun and the distances of the satellites from their planets. At the bottom right is a chart entitled, "Plan of the Solar System Exhibiting the relative Position of the Planets Orbits and their Inclination to the Plane of the Ecliptic." All uncolored.
(The constellations in) March, February, January (Pl. III), December, November, and October (Pl. II). Engraved by W.G. Evans N. York, under the Direction of E.H. Burritt. Hartford, Published by F.J. Huntington 1835. Entered according to act of Congress Septr. 1st 1835, by F.J. Huntington, of the State of Connecticut.
The pages are numbered in such a way that Plate III precedes Plate II. The constellations are in full color. The stars are different sized depending upon their magnitude. In full color.
Shows five types of ice: permanent polar pack, unnavigable sea and land-fast ice, icebreaker penetrable, navigable by heavily built vessels, and navigable by unreinforced vessels. Shows extent of ice by average extent, extremes, vicinity of icebergs and/or growlers, and exceptional positions. Scales shown by direction (north-south, east-west, and diagonal) for various latitudes.