Culpepper revived Being an almanack for the year of our Blessed Saviours incarnation 1689. And from the creation of the world according to the best of ecclesiastical history 5638. being the first after bissextile or leap-year. Wherein is briefly shewed, the general state of the year, the solar ingresses, eclipses, full sea at London Bridge, terms and their returns, the sun and moons rising and setting, with astrological observations, and the probable alteration of the air. Also the certain time of any mart or fair in any city or town in England, with a description of the most eminent roads therein. To which is added rules for physick and husbandry with many other usefull observations necessary for the compleating such a work. Calculated and referr'd to the meridian of the famous university and town of Cambridge; where the pole artick is elevated above the horizon 52d 17m but may serve for any other part of Great Brittain. By Nathaniel Culpepper, student in physick, and the cœlestial science.
printed by John Hayes, printer to the University,
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