The coelestial diary: or, An ephemeris for the year of Our Blessed Saviour's incarnation 1741

Publication Date1741
RemainderBeing the first after bissextile, or leap-year, and from the creation of the world, according to the best of history, 5690 years. Wherein is contained the motions, aspects, and operation of the planets; with observations on the eclipses and solar ingresses; with other remarkable passages, and the moon's southing, sun and moon's rising and setting, and monthly observations, in a poetical manner, the like not extant, &c. Calculated according to art, and referred to the meridian of the middle of Great Britain, fitting the whole monarchy without sensible error. The twenty-third impression. By Salem Pearse, student in physick and the c?lestial sciences
Extent[48]p.
LocationLondon
PublisherPrinted by J. Bettenham, for the Company of Stationers

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