Anni æræ salutis Christianæ. 1651 synopsis compendiaria. Or, A brief description of the yeer of humane redemption M.DC.LI. ... Contaiug [sic] the apparent motions of the sun and moon, together with their configurations, deduced from the ephemerides of Eichstadius, being the best now extant. Together with a full and absolute description of two eclipses of the earth hapning this yeer (though not apparent in our European world) after a new method, hitherto unpractised by any English yeerly writer. Whereto is added a short astronomical discourse, de Mercurio in sole videndo Accommodated to the horizon of London, ... By Jeremy Shakerley philomath.
printed by T.R. and E.M. for the Company of Stationers,
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