A Double Ephemeris. For the Year 1701. Or, An Astronomical Treatise, Shewing the Daily Motions of the Planets, with the Rising, Setting, and Ecclipses of the Luminaries; a Compleat Tide Table of the Exact Times of Highwater at London, and Divers Other Ports; the Equation of Time, with Its Use for Regulating Clocks and Watches; Directions for Passing and Repassing the Water, with the Rates Paid to Watermen and Hackney Coach-men at London. An Account when and where the Carriers are in London, from Most Parts of the Kingdom: With Other Things Pertinent to the Work and for a Pocket-companion. Also the Validity of a Heliocentrick Direction, Made Manifest in the Nativity of the Late King of Spain

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author and W. Huns, 1701 - Ephemerides - 84 pages
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