Woodhouse. 1649

Publication Date1649
RemainderA new almanacke and prognostication for the yeare of our Lord God 1649. Being the first after the bisextile or leape yeare. Containing sundry notes and directions for most sorts of men, serving indifferently for the kingdome of Great Britaine, but more especially for the meridian of the ancient city of Chichester, and the southern parts. Made and collected by John Woodhouse philomath
Extent[40] p.
Publisherprinted by T[homas]. W[arren]. for the Company of Stationers


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