Vox stellarum

Publication Date1729
Remainderbeing a loyal almanack for the year of humane redemption, 1729. Being the first after Bissextile, or Leap-Year. In which is contained all things fitting for such a Work; as A Table of Terms and their Returns. A Table of all the Kings and Queens Reigns, from King Egbert to this present Reign. The Fulls, Changes, and Quarters of the Moon, the Conjunctions of the Moon with the other Planets. The Southing of the Seven Stars for every Day in the Year; the Moon's Age to every Day in the Month; and a Tide-Table fitted to the same. The Rising and Setting of the Sun, Mutual Aspects, Monthly Observations; and many other things useful and pleasant. Unto which is added, Strenge and wonderful Prophecies relating to these Times; Astrological Observations and Predictions, according to the Rules of Art; with other Matters both curious and profitable. By Francis Moore, Physician
Extent[32],13,[3]p.
LocationLondon
Publisherprinted by Tho. Wood, for the Company of Stationers

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