|Author:||Paterson, James, mathematician, fl. 1685-1692.|
|Title:||Edinburgh's true almanack, or A new prognostication for the year of our Lord, 1690. Being the second year after bissextile or leap-year, and from the creation of the world, 5639. Exactly calculated according to art, for the meridian of the most famous city of Edinburgh, whose latitude is 55 d. 54 m.¹/₂. and longitude is 11 d. 37 m. from Pico Taniriff, according to the newest tables. / By James Paterson mathematician.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
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Edinburgh's true almanack, or A new prognostication for the year of our Lord, 1690. Being the second year after bissextile or leap-year, and from the creation of the world, 5639. Exactly calculated according to art, for the meridian of the most famous city of Edinburgh, whose latitude is 55 d. 54 m.¹/₂. and longitude is 11 d. 37 m. from Pico Taniriff, according to the newest tables. / By James Paterson mathematician.
Paterson, James, mathematician, fl. 1685-1692.
Edinburgh: Printed by the Heir of Andrew Anderson, printer to the City and Colledge, for the year, 1690.
Almanacs, Scottish -- 17th century.
Astrology -- Early works to 1800.
A succinct Computation of memorable things to this present Year, 1690.
Common or Vulgar Notes this Year, 1690.
Of the Eclipses this Year, 1690.
The Occasion and Exposition of the four Lines below the Chronology in my last Years Almanack, is as followeth.
A Common Prayer Book for all those that fain would have one, but dare not use it. Litany.
The exact Day, Hour and Minut of the New Moon, her Full and Quarters, with the daily disposition of the Weather, the whole remarkable Fairs in Scotland; with some remarkable days for the year 1690. Also the Suns rising and sett∣ing at Edinburgh, the first day of each Month.
January begins upon Wednesday, XXXI. dayes.
February begins on Saturnday, XXVIII. dayes.
March begins on Saturnday, XXXI. dayes.
April begins on Tuesday, XXX. dayes.
May begins on Thursday, XXXI. dayes.
June begins on Sunday, XXX. dayes.
July begins on Tuesday, XXXI. dayes.
August begins on Friday, XXXI. dayes.
September begins on Munday, XXX. dayes.
October begins on Wednesday, XXXI. dayes.
November begins on Saturnday, XXX. dayes.
December begins on Munday, XXXI. dayes.
An Apology for the Author and his Works.
As to the Carpers against my Arithmetick Book, I say,
Dr. Sares Pills of Health.
A Tide Table for Leith, Cor∣rected by James Paterson Mathematician.
table of age of moon
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