Vox stellarum

Publication Date1702
Remainderbeing an almanack for the year of human redemption 1702, it being the Second after Bissextile or Leap Year. Wherein is contained All things fitting for such a Work As First, a Table of the Terms with their Returns; Secondly, a Table of all the Kings Reigns from King Eghert, to this present Reign. Thirdly, the Fulls, Changes and Quarters of the Moon, the Conjunctions of the Moon with the other Planets, the Rising, Setting, and Southing of the seven Stars, and other fix'd Stars of note; with the Moon's Age to every Day of the Month, and a Tide-Table fitted to the same. Fourthly, the Rising and Setting both of the Sun and Moon, the Mutual Aspects and Weather, with monthly Observations very necessary. Fifthly, a plain and easie Table both of Interest and Rebate, with a compendious Chronology of many remarkable things. Sixthly, the Eclipses of the Luminaries, and Astrological Observations on the Four Quarters of the Year: As also an Account of all the Conjunctions of Saturn and Jupiter since the Creation of the World to the Year 1802; And a plain Table thereunto belonging, and Observation on the same. Rectify'd chiefly to the Meridian of the Great Metropolitan City of England, whose Latitude is 51 Degrees, 32 Minutes North; but will serve without any sensible Error for any part of Great-Britain or Ireland. By Francis Moore, Licens'd Physician, and Student in Astrology.
Publisherprinted by T. Hodgkin for the Company of Stationers



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