1711. Apollo Anglicanus: the English Apollo. Assisting all persons in the right understanding of this years revolutions, as also of things past, present, and to come. With necessary tables, plain and useful, a twofold kalendar, viz. Julian or English, and Gregorian or foreign computations, more plain and full than any other, with the rising and setting of the sun, the nightly rising and setting of the moon, and also her southing, exactly calculated for every day. Of general use for most men. Being third after bissextile, or leap-year To which is added the moon's application to the fixed stars: with the calculation of the eclipses: also tables for the measuring of timber: with many other things both pleasant, useful, and necessary. Calculated according to art, and fitted to the meridian of Leicester, whose latitude is 52 degrees, 41 minutes, exactly fitting all the middle countries of England, and without sensible error the whole kingdom. By Richard Saunder, student in the Physical and Mathematical Sciences.
Printed by J. Wilde for the Company of Stationers,
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|Item Description:||Titlepage in red and black.|
The title headed: 1711.
Apollo Anglicanus, the English apollo' was first published by Richard Saunders (1613-1675) and continued by Richard Saunder (d.1735 or 36).
Reproduction of original from British Library.
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|Place of Publication:||Great Britain -- England -- London.|