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Author: Rauquil-Lieutaud.
Title: A New almanack, or prognostication, for the year of Christ 1671.: Being the third after bissextile, or leap year. Wherein are contained the moveable feasts, the eclipses, a description of the four quarters of the year, the changes of the moon, her full and quarters, with the dayly disposition of the weather. : Together with notes of husbandry & gardening, and physical observations: the dismal dayes, with the whole fairs of Scotland. : Calculated for the meridian of the honorable city of Glasgow, where the pole is elevated 55 deg. 55 min. / Set forth in Aberdene by M.D.L. professor of mathematicks.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A New almanack, or prognostication, for the year of Christ 1671.: Being the third after bissextile, or leap year. Wherein are contained the moveable feasts, the eclipses, a description of the four quarters of the year, the changes of the moon, her full and quarters, with the dayly disposition of the weather. : Together with notes of husbandry & gardening, and physical observations: the dismal dayes, with the whole fairs of Scotland. : Calculated for the meridian of the honorable city of Glasgow, where the pole is elevated 55 deg. 55 min. / Set forth in Aberdene by M.D.L. professor of mathematicks.
Rauquil-Lieutaud.

Glasgow: Printed by Robert Sanders, and are to be sold in his shop, [1671]
Subject terms:
Almanacs, Scottish.
Ephemerides.
Astrology
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A75124.0001.001

Contents
title page
A TRUE CHRONOLOGY OF Memorable things to this present Year of God 1671.
Common or vulgar Notes for this Year 1671.
Of the Eclipses this Year 1671.
Of the Year, and four Quarters.
Of the Spring.
Of Summer.
Of Harvest.
Of Winter.
THE EXACT DAY, HOUR, AND MINUT of the New Moon, her Full and Quarters: with the rising and setting of the Sun, for the first day of every Moneth: and the dayly disposition of the weather.
xxxi. Ianuary begins on Sunday.
xxviij. February begins on Wednesday.
xxxj. March begins on Wednesday.
xxx. April begins on Saturday.
xxxj. May begins on Munday.
xxx. Iune begins on Thursday.
xxxi Iuly begins on Saturday.
xxxj August begins on Tuesday.
xxx. September begins on Friday.
xxxj. October begins on Sunday.
xxx. November begins on Wednesday.
xxxj. December begins on Friday.
Erra Paters Observations for this Year 1671.
The Dismal or perillous days of the year.
Hark yet a few words, and sing if you please.
Of courtesie, you must and shal read this.
Pray, stay a little, and read before you go.