Ephe?meris. Or, A diary astronomical, astrological, meteorological, for the year of grace, 1695

Publication Date1695
RemainderIt being the third year after leap-year. Attended on by I. The planets motions and aspects, eclipses: rising and setting of the sun and moon. With the calends, nones, and ide in every moneth of the year; terms,and their returns. II. The suns entrance into the cardinal points, and the weather's various alterations. III. A brief acconnt [sic] of the Copernican astrology which respects the sun as center of the visible world: declaring that he being so, doth not interfere with the doctrine of Ptolemie in the judicials of astrologie. By John Gadbury, student in physick and astrologie
Extent[48] p.
Publisherprinted by J.R. for the Company of Stationers



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