Endymion 1663, or, The man-in-the-moon his northern weather-glass discovering most of the turnings, returnings, by-turnings, and over-turnings, that are like to happen in the world in the year 1663, being the third after bissextile, or leap-year, and from the creation 5612 : communicated to his friend Selenicus (alias Tom-a-Bedlam) and by him digested, and fitted with observations for the meridians of hell, Hull, and Haly-fax, but may indifferently serve for any place Ant-arctic, where the May-pole is elevated 52 foot, 3 inches ...
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Selenopolis (alias Beth-lehem) :
Printed for the Company of Stationers,
MDCLIII [1653, i.e. 1663]
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