Merlinus anonymus. An almanack, and no almanck [sic]. A kalendar, and no kalendar. An epemeris [sic] (between jest, and earnest) for the year 1654. Lunacious observations, monethly prognostications, and chronological annotations, pointing to a clear discovery of vvhat was, is, and shall be. With a prophylatical prediction, as well on divers dreadful eclipses, as the mutual aspects of those saturine, joviall, solar, venerious, witty, warlike, watry, (pegasian) planets, vvho govern mens bodies, and the magnetick motions of terrestial carcases. Also, a meteorogical diary fitted for the use of citizen, and countriman, ... Intended especially for the horizon of Saint Andrews Holburn, viz: Grayes-Inn-lane, vvhere the pole is elevated 1600 cubits from that of Comsmopolis, ... /
|Main Author:||Sheppard, S.|
|Corporate Author:||Early English Books Online.|
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