|Author:||Nye, Nathaniel, b. 1624.|
|Title:||A prognostication for the year 1645 wherein is contained a description of the foure quarters of the year : and also are described the constellations and stars, not onely pleasant but profitable : calculated for the meridian of Brumicham / by Nath. Nye ...|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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A prognostication for the year 1645 wherein is contained a description of the foure quarters of the year : and also are described the constellations and stars, not onely pleasant but profitable : calculated for the meridian of Brumicham / by Nath. Nye ...
Nye, Nathaniel, b. 1624.
London: Printed by F. Neile for the Company of Stationers, 1645.
Running title: Nye 1645.
Reproduction of original in the Huntington Library.
Astrology -- Early works to 1800.
eafter followeth the Nocturnall sing and setting of the 7 Planets the first day of every Moneth through∣out this Yeer, 1645.
An exact way to find the true houre of the day a walking staffe divided into 10 equall parts.
Table to find the true houre of the day by a staffe divided into 10 equall parts.
A short description of the foure Quart of this Yeer, 1645.
Of the Spring.
Of the Sommer.
The Auges of the Planets.
Hereafter followeth certain and per Rules to find and know the names of m Celestiall Constellations, and Stars, and th true use of them being known, to find the houre of the night without any Instru∣ments. A thing most pleasant, and profit∣able to be regarded by all men.
The Use of the 2 former Tables.