Syzygiasticon instauratum: or, An almanack & ephemeris for the year of our Lord God, 1654. Being the second after leap year, and from the creation, 5603. Wherein is contained, the motions, and aspects of the planets related to the Sun as center of the world. With astrologicall judgements of the many wonderfull mutations likely to happen this and the ensuing year. A brief discourse of the late comet. And a demonstration of the motions of the planets. Also, probable predictions of the daily state of the weather. Calculated for the meridian of London, and may serve for every part of this Common-wealth: /
Printed for the author, and are to be sold by Henry Eversden, at the Grayhound in St. Pauls Church-yard,
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