Ephe?meris: or, A diary astronomical, astrological, meteorological, for the year of grace 1672

Publication Date1672
RemainderIt being the bissextile, or leap-year. Wherein you may observe. I. The motions and configurations of the sun, moon and stars, eclipses, terms, tides, sunrising, length of the day, and twilight, &c. II. The scheam of the worlds revolution, and a brief judgment on the probable state of the year. With the revolution of the noble island of Jamaica. III. An hundred aphorisms relating to nativities, transferred from my Collectio geniturarum, hither, for the advantage of such as cannot go to the price of that book. IV. The truth of astrology evinced by a famous example, taken out of the great Duke of Guise's memoires. By John Gadbury, philomathe?matikos
Extent[80] p.
PublisherPrinted for the Company of Stationers


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