Merlinus Anglicus Junior: or the Starry messenger for the year of our redemption, 1693 And from the creation, according to sacred writ, 5642. being the first after bissextil, or leap-year. Wherein is contained, (1) astronomical and meterological observations. (2) The state of the year, deduced according to art, from the solar ingresses, eclipses, various configurations, aspects and conjunctions of the planets. (3) The rising and setting of the sun, moon and stars: also her southing; together with many usefull tables pertinent for such a work, accommodated to the meridian of London, which lies in the latitude of 51 deg. 32 min. north, but may indifferently serve (without sensible error) for any other part of Great Britain. To which is added monthly observations and astrological predictions (or conjectures) upon the whole year, &c. Also an ephemeris of the diurnal motions and aspects of the planets; together with a table of houses for the aforesaid latitude, &c. the like (in all particulars) not extant. By Henry Coley, student of the mathematicks, and the cœlestial science
printed by John Heptinstall, for the Company of Stationers,
|Edition:||The two and twentieth impression.|
|Series:||Early English books online.
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