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Title: A new prognostication for the year of our Lord God, 1674. Being the second after leap-year. Wherein is contained the whole estate of the year in general, together with the eclipses of the sun and moon; as also some predictions of the four seasons of the year: and by what planets the year is governed; with the changes of the moon, and daily disposition of the weather. As also, the whole fairs of Scotland; with a ready table shewing the age of the moon every day throughout this year; serving most fitly for our ancient kingdom, but more properly for the honorable city of Edinburgh. Whose longitude is 21 d. 50 m. latitude 56 d. 4 m. By A. F. philomathet.
Author: A. F.
Publication info: Edinburgh : [s.n.], printed for the year 1674.
subject: [Almanacs -- Early works to 1800]
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Title: The lighting colomne or sea-mirrour containing the sea-coasts of the northern, eastern and western navigation: setting forth in divers necessarie sea-cards all the ports, rivers, bayes, roads, depths and sands ... With the discoveries of the chief countries, and on what cours and distance they lay one from another ... As also the situation of the northernly countries, as islands, the strate Davids, the isle of Ian-Mayen, Bear-Island, Old-Greenland, Spitsbergen and Nova Zembla ... Gathered out of the experience and practice of divers pilots and lovers of the famous art of navigation. By Jan van Loon. Whereunto is added a brief instruction of the art of navigation, together vvith nevv tables of the suns declination, also an almanack extending untill the yeare 1661.
Author: Colom, Jacob Aertsz, 1599-1673.
Publication info: At Amsterdam : printed by John Johnson bookseller, dwelling upon the Water, in the Passe-card, 1654.
Series: Early English books online text creation partnership. Navigations series.
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Title: The Dutch bloudy almanack, conteyning the exact astrologicall predictions, for the yeare of our Lord 1653 divided into these particulars. 1 The predictions of the bloudy war between England and Holland, with the success and events of severall fights by sea and land, and the joyning together of the greatest part of Europe against England. 2 The breaking forth of open wars with Denmark, and the bloudy attempt of the King of Scots, and James Duke of York in prosecution of that designe. 3 Severall mutenys and insurr-ctions [sic] in England, with some astrologlcal [sic] observations thereupon. 4 Some generull calculations concerning the warres in France, Spain and Portugale, with every moneths observations of the revolutions in England.
Publication info: London : printed by John Clowes, 1653 [i.e. 1652]
subjects: [Almanacs -- Early works to 1800] [Astrology -- Early works to 1800] [Anglo-Dutch War, 1652-1654 -- Early works to 1800] [Great Britain -- History, Naval -- Stuarts, 1603-1714 -- Early works to 1800]
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Title: Postilion. Or a new almanacke and astrologicke, prophetical, prognostication. Calculated for the whole world, and all creatures, and what the issue or event will be of the English warres, and of the Roman Empire, and that aboundance of calamities is yet to come, but after that an eternall peace, and a new world, and that unheard of and never knowne wonders will be, and what will happen from henceforth untill Christs comming, and herein is also sett downe a nativity, and prognostication for every particular man.
Author: Felgenhauer, Paul.
Publication info: London; : Printed by M.S. for H: Crips and Lodo: Lloyd, and are to be sold at their shops next to the Castle in Cornhill, and in Popes-head Alley., 1655.
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Title: Astrologonaytis or, The astrological seaman directing merchants, mariners, &c. adventuring to sea, how (by God's blessing) to escape many dangers which commonly happen in the ocean. Unto which (by way of appendix) is added, A diary of the weather for XXI. years, very exactly observed in London: with sundry observations made thereon. By John Gadbury, student in physick and astrology.
Author: Gadbury, John, 1627-1704.
Publication info: London : printed by Matthew Street, MDCXCVII. [1697]
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Title: A diurnal speculum, for the year of our Lord God, 1684 Being the bissextile, or leap-year, with annual and Mon[thly] predictions & progn[o]stications astrologically handled. (Written and design'd for the press in Aug, 1683. but its publication prevented by the printers t[e]merity.) Wherein was fore-told, in D[e]cemb. 1683. the late and unheard of frost; with the events that may probably and suddenly ensue thereon. By Richard Kirkby, student in astrology and physick.
Author: Kirby, Richard, b. 1649.
Publication info: London : printed by John Bringhurst, at the sign of the Book and Three Black-Birds, in Leaden-Hall Mutton-Market, (who formerly lived at the Book in Grace-Church-Street), 1684.
subjects: [Almanacs -- Early works to 1800] [Predictive astrology -- Early works to 1800] [Weather forecasting -- Early works to 1800]
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Title: The new bloody almanack for this insuing yeare, begining March the 25. 164[4] and ending March 25 1645. In which England i [sic] directed, [t]o foreknow what shall come to passe, according to many predictions: Being a perfect abstract of the prophesies of the best approved. Out of scripture, astrologie, and prophesy. And some observations from that admired astrologer of our daye. Mr. John Booker also other prophesies by Walgrave, Merlin, and Cardan.
Publication info: London : Printed by John Hammond, 1643 [i.e. 1644]
subjects: [Almanacs -- Early works to 1800] [Prophecies -- Early works to 1800] [Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1649 -- Prophecies]
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Title: A new prognostication for the year of our blessed Lord 1677 Being the first after leap-year. Containing the moveable feasts: the eclipses the four quarters of the year: the changes of the moon, with the disposition of the weather. The dismal dayes. And the whole known fairs of Scotland. With other observations. Serving most fitly for the most part of the Kingdom of Scotland, but more especially for our city of Glasgow, where the pole is elevated 55. deg. 55. min. At Aberdene, by an expert mathematician.
Publication info: Glasgow : by Robert Sanders, printer to the ci[ty and] University, and are to be sold in his shop, 1677.
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Title: The rebels almanack: calculated for the use of all loyal subjects within these his Majesties realms and dominions. Wherein is discovered, a new nest of old monsters; with all their secret wicked, and treasonable conspiracies, horrid plots, and bloody combinations, both against King and kingdoms. Likewise, the charge, judgmemt, and impeachment, against politick Lambert, seal-keeper Lisle, Blooms-bury Martin, blind-beetle Mayne, bloody Holland, and the London-apprentices circumsizing Pennington; who for all their abominable treasons and murthers, are to receive their just reward, and wages of death, at Tower-Hill and the gallows.
Publication info: London : printed for George Horton, 1660.
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