Merlinus anonymus an almanack, and no almanack. A kalendar, and no kalendar. An ephemeris (between jest, and earnest) for the year 1653. Monthly observations, and chronologicall annotations, on things past, present, and to come. With a prognostication, and plenary prediction as well on the eclipses of divers, as the aspects of the planets, (Peregrine) and the motions of terestiall bodies. Also a meteorologicall diary, fitted for the use of citizen, and country-man, in a novell, but pleasing method. Intended especially for the horizon of Saint George-street Southwark, where the pole is elevated 1200 inches from that of China, but may indifferently serve for all climates, countries, and continents. By Raphael Desmus, philologist.
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