Publication Date1733
RemainderA New almanack for the year of our Lord 1733; Being the first from Bissextile or Leap Year: And from the World's Creation, 5736. Wherein is contained Things fitting for such a Work; as the Terms and their Returns, the Full, Quarters, and Change of the Moon; the Rising and Setting of the Sun and Moon, Length of Days, Planets, Aspects, and Weather; the Moon's Signs, the Increase or Decrease of every Day in the Year, the Moon's Age, Eclipses, and other Matters of daily Use. Calculated properly for the Famous University and Town of Cambridge, where the North-Pole is elevated 52 Degrees 12 Min. above the Horizon: And may serve indifferently for any other Place of this Kingdom. Homo sum, humani nihil a me alienum puto. Imprimatur W. G
Publisherprinted by J. Janeway for the Company of Stationers



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