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Author Sharpe, William, student in the celestial sciences
Title Panterpe; id est delectare [electronic resource] : Or, An almanack and an ephemeris of the planetary motions, for the year of our Lord God, 1724. It being bissextile or leap-year. And from the creation of the world, according to sacred writ, 5672. Wherein is contained the state of the year, the eclipces, lunations, conjunctions, and aspects of the planets; with the rising and setting of the sun; the length, increase, and decrease of the day; the southing of the seven stars; and a large chronology of things that hath happen'd ever since the creation of the world to this present year. Likewise the nightly rising, southing, and setting of the moon, with respect to her latitude. And many more useful things for such a work; wherein may be observed the propable state and condition of the year, as asforefaid. Calcualted according to art, and referred to the horison of Hinckley in Leicestershire, where the pole artick is cleavated 52 degrees, 36 minutes, and may very well serve Great Britain and Ireland, with other countries adhacent. By William Sharpe, student in the celestial sciences
Imprint London : Printed by E. Janeway, for the Company of Stationers, 1724
Descript [48]p. ; 8⁰
Note Titlepage in red and black
The divisional titlepage to Part II bears the imprint: "printed by J. March"; the register is continuous
Reproduction of original from British Library
English Short Title Catalog, T146593
Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements. s2009 miunns
Subject Almanacs, English -- Early works to 1800
Almanacs. rbgenr
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