Woodhouse, 1693 A new almanack for the year of our Lord, 1693. Being the [first] from bissextile, or leap-year, and from the worlds creation, 5642. [Wher]ein is contained a brief description of the four quarters of the year. [Exce]llent notes of husbandry and gardening for every month in the year. [With] the names of all the principal fairs; and a description of the high-ways in England and Wales. By John Woodhouse. Philomath.
printed by R.E. for the Company of [Statio]ners,
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