Olympia domata, or, An almanack and prognostication for the year of our Lord God, 1669. : Being the first from the bissextile, or leap-year, and from the creation of the world 5618. Wherein is contained the state of the year, the ecclipses, lunations, conjunctions, and aspects of the planets, the increase, decrease and length of the day and night, with the rising, southing and setting of of the sun, moon, planets and fixed stars throughout the year, whereby may be known the true hour of the night at all times, when either the moon or stars are seen. Calculated according to art, and referred to the horizon of the ancient and renowned borough town of Stamford, (formerly a famous university) whose longitude is 23 deg. 50 min. Latitude 52 deg. 40 min. fitting all the middle counties of England, and without sensible errour the whole kingdom. By Vincent Wing, Math

Vincent Wing London : printed by John Winter for the Company of Stationers, 1669

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