Kalendarium ecclesiasticum

Publication Date1699
Remainderbeing a two-fold kalendar for the year 1699. As is as useful in the foreign as English account. Being the third after bessextile [sic] or leap-year. Wherein is contained, first, a table of the kings reigns from Egbert who gave the first name to England, to this present reign. Secondly, a table of the terms with their returns, and also a tide-table very useful. Thirdly the fulls and changes of the moon, the conjunctions of the moon with the planets, with the rising and setting and southing of the 7 stars, and other fixed stars. Fourthly, table of the moons age. Fifthly, the mutual aspects and weather, with monthly observations very necessary. Sixthly, the eclipses of the luminaries. And lastly, an account of the fasts and feasts both of the Jews and Christians, with the original and end of their institutions. By Francis Moore licensed physician, and student in astrology
Extent[48] p.
Publisherprinted by E. Holt for the Company of Stationers



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