Bowker, 1684 an almanack for the same year, being the bissextile or leap-year : containing the motions and aspects of the planets, eclipses, and inclination of the air : the time of high-water at London, and in 55 other ports and havens about England : with a chronology and computation of years, tables of interest, and for purchasing of leases or annuities, for measuring of land, gauging of wine or ale vessels, with other tables, rules and directions pertinent to the compleating of a diary or day-book, suitable to all mens occasions : also, plain and easie tables and direction to find the hour of the day, and the post roads of England and Wales, with their several branches, in a new method disposed /
Printed by Tho. James for the Company of Stationers,
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