Edinburgh's new almanack, or A prognostication for the year of our Lord 1712, being bissextile or leap year

Publication Date1712
RemainderWherein is contain'd a description of the ecclipses, and moveable feasts, with the exact day, hour and minute of the new moon, her full and quarters; the disposition of the weather, with the whole fairs in Scotland, corrected better than any formerly: as also, a table of the suns rising for every 5th d: of the month, with a table of the tydes at Leith, Aberdeen, Dundee and St. Andrews, and likeways a table of the moons southing, whereby may be found the moons rising and setting, and likeways the hour of the night on a sun dial. Calculated for the meridian of Edinburgh, in the north latitude of 56 deg: 00 min: by John Thomson philoma
Publisherprinted by John Moncur, and sold at his printing-house at the foot of the Bull Closs, forgainst the Trone, by John Villange forgainst the entry to the Parliament Closs, and William Dickie at his shop in the Parliament Closs, opposite to the Kings Statue, book-sellers, at Three pence per peice, with Her Majesty's stamp



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