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Publication Date1800
RemainderBeing an almanack for the year of our redemption, 1800, The Fourth after Bissextile, or Leap-Year; And from the Creation of the World, according to the best History, 5747, And the 111th of our Deliverance by K. William From Popery and Arbitrary Government; But the 105th from the Horrid, Popish, Jacobite Plot. Wherein are contained all Things fitting and useful for such a Work; as an Ephemeris of the daily Motions of the Planets, with their various Configurations, Aspects, Conjunctions, Lunations, Eclipses, Astronomical, Astrological, Meteorological Observations, the Rising and Setting of the Sun, Moon, Planets, and fixed Stars, illustrated with Tables of the Tides, Terms, and daily Equation of Clocks, Length and Break, Increase and Decrease of Days, Semidiurnal and Seminocturnal Arches for several Latitudes, a Chronology, Remarks on the Divisions of the Heavens, with Judgments of the Eclipses and Seasons, handled according to the Rules of the Ptolomean Astrology, with many other Things relating to the Truth of Astrology. And will equally serve also for either Parker's or Saunders's Almanack, as it contains most of the useful Parts of those other two Works, and White's Ephemeris contains the rest. Calculated for the Meridian of London. By John Partridge
Extent48p.
LocationLondon
Publisherprinted for the Company of Stationers, by William Thorne, Red Lyon Court, Fleet Street. And sold by George Greenhill, at their Hall, Ludgate Street

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