White, 1656 A new almanack and prognostication for the year of our Lord God, 1656. Being bissextile, or leap-yeer. Wherein is shewed the natural inclination of the air, and judement of the weather, according to the aspects of the planets, and positions of the stars. With other rules, tables, and directions, convenient in such a work to be noted. By William White. Calculated for the meridian of Todington in Bedford shire, where the pole is elevated 52 degrees and 8 minutes.
printed by Robert White for the Company of Stationers,
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