Woodhouse 1625

Publication Date1625
RemainderAn almanacke, and prognostication for the yeere of our Lord God 1625. Being the first after the bissextile or leape yeere. Contayning sundry rules, notes, and directions, necessary for most sorts of men, seruing indifferently for all this kingdome of great Britaine, but more especially for the southerne parts ad latitudinis gradum, 52. Whereunto is annexed, and diarily compared, the new kalender, of the Romans, vsefull for all, whosoeuer shal haue cause to trauell, trade, or traffique into any nation, which hath receiued the same. By Iohn Woodhouse philomath
Extent[40] p.
Publisherprinted for the companie of Stationers


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