The British diary

Publication Date1741
RemainderBeing an ephemeris for the year of our Lord God 1741. Being the first after bissextile or leap-year the second impression. Wherein is contained the planets diurnal motions, their aspects, eclipses, lunations, length of days, the sun's rising and setting for three several latitudes. The moon's rising, southing and setting. With astrological observations on the solar ingresses, and a table of houses for the latitude of London 51 32', with many tables and things fit for such a work. Calculated for the latitude of London 51, 32'. By John Sharp, student in the c?lestial sciences
Extent[48]p.
LocationLondon
Publisher[P]rinted by T. Parker, for the Company of Stationers

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