Cœlestiall observations or an ephemeris of the planetary motions, their various aspects, conjunctions, and configurations, to the moon, and amongst themselves. Together with the severall eclipses of the sun and moon, the two great lights. The suns ingress in the four cardinall points. With other observations, astronomicall and astrologicall. Wherein as in a prospective-glasse may be observed the probable state and condition of the year of our redemption, 1652. Being bissextile of leap-year. Et a creatione mundi Kepleriana, 5645. Calculated for the meridian of the honorable & populon [sic] city of London, being the metropolis of Great Britain. Whose latitude longitude is 51 24 deg. 32 20 minutes. By John Booker student in astrology & physick.
|Main Author:||Booker, John, 1603-1667.|
|Corporate Authors:||Early English Books Online.|
Printed by R. Cotes, for the Company of Stationers,
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