The British telescope

Publication Date1741
RemainderBeing an ephemeris of the c?lestial motions. With an almanack for the year of our Lord 1741, of the Julian period 6454. And the first after bissextile or leap-year. Containing both the heliocentrick and geocentrick motions of the planets, together with their latitudes and aspects, both mutual and lunar. Amplify'd with astrological observations upon the four quarters of the year; the eclipses of the sun, together with those of Jupiter's four satellites; and other material configurations of the planets; being furnished with diverse useful tables, too numerous to be here specified, and all other necessaries fit and commodious for such a work. Calculated according to art, and referred to the meridian of London, metropolis of Great-Britain, but to the latitude of 53 degrees, north, from new tables never yet published; which are so correct and fit for navigation, that the longitude by help thereof may be discovered to one degree. The nineteenth impression. By Edmund Weaver, licensed physician, and student in the c^D oelestial science
PublisherPrinted by T. Parker, for the Company of Stationers



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