Ephe?meris. Or, A diary astronomical, astrological, meteorological, for the year of our Lord, 1692

Publication Date1692
RemainderIt being bissextile, or leap-year: attended on, by I. An ephemeris of the planetary motions, aspects, eclipses, terms, sun and moons rising, and setting, planetary-hour, break of day and twilight, &c. II. A demonstration of the lunar influence in more than 500 observations of its raining within the compass of triduum, every new and full moon. III. An account of some of the feasts of the Church, not vulgarly known, together with solar ingresses, &c, by John Gadbury student in physick and astrologie. Licensed, September 14th, 1691. Rob. Midgley
Extent[48] p.
Publisherprinted by J.R. for the Company of Stationers



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