Advice from the stars or, an almanack for the year of Christ 1699. Being the third after bissextile or leap-year. And from the creation according to scripture 5648. Furnished with variety of matter befitting such a subject. Fitted to the meridian of Dublin, where the Pool [sic] Artick is elevated above the Horison 53 deg. and 20 min. but also may indifferently serve all other parts of Ireland and great Brittain. To which is added an account of all the bishops, and pretended bishops and popes of Rome, down to the year of humane redemption 1683. And some considerations upon their pretentions of right to the supremancy. As also an inquiry into certain wrongs done to astrology by way of reply to Mr. John Gadburys reflection on what in his almanack for the last year he stiles the Placidian astrology; and to a certain pamphlet last year set forth by Andrew Cumsty and other silly fellows about Christmas 1697. Intituled An answer to the almanack last year published by the author Iohn Whalley professor of physick a
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