An ephemeris for the year of our Lord, 1653 being the first year after leap-year, and (as is shrewdly to be feared) a sickly year, especially to London. Wherein you have the motion of Mercury, and the lunar aspects to him, both from Argol, Eichstadius, and Origanus. Also a judgment on the eclipse of the moon, and the ingress of the sun into the equinoctial and solstitial points. Together with observations on every month; and plain rules how young students may do the like. Calculated for the meridian of London. By Nich. Culpeper, gent. Student in astrology and physick.
Printed by John Macock for the Company of Stationers,
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