An ephemeris for the year 1652 being leap year, and a year of wonders. Prognosticating the ruine of monarchy throughout Europe; and a change of the law. Ministered by rational predictions: 1. from the eclipses of the moon. 2. From that most terrible eclipse of the sun. 3. By monethly observations, as seasonable warnings given to the kings of Europe, more especially to France and Portugal. By Nich: Culpeper, gent. student astrol.
Printed for T. Vere and N. Brook, and are to be sold in the Old Bayly, and at the Angel in Cornhil,
1652 [i.e. 1651]
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