|Author:||Adams, Frank, fl. 1559-1601.|
|Title:||Writing tables vvith a kalender for xxiiii. yeeres, with sundry necessarye rules.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Writing tables vvith a kalender for xxiiii. yeeres, with sundry necessarye rules.
Adams, Frank, fl. 1559-1601.
Made at London: By [R. Watkins and J. Roberts for] Frauncis Adams, stationer or bookbinder, dwelling in Distaffe lane, neare olde fishstreete, at the signe of the Aqua vite still, and are there to be sold, Anno. Domi. 1594.
Actual printers' names from STC.
Gathered at the top.
Identified as STC 102 on UMI microfilm reel 450.
Reproductions of the original in Cambridge University Library.
Appears at reels 450 and 1760 (same copy filmed twice).
Mutilated. Reel 450: only quire A filmed. Reel 1760: lacking C7; creased, faded, stained, tightly bound and torn, with some loss of print.
Almanacs, English -- 16th century.
An Almanake, for .xxiiij. yeeres.
A rule to knowe the chaunge, full, and quarters of the Moone for euer, which ye may doo by heart, knowing the Epact.
An other rule for the chaunge of the Moone by the Pryme number.