A Treatise of Eclipses of the Sun and Moon, for Thirty-five Years, Commencing Anno 1715, Ending 1749 ...: To which are Added, the Calculations of the Times of the Transits of Venus and Mercury Over the Sun ... for Seventy-nine Years. And the Conjunctions of Jupiter and Saturn, to the Year 1821 ...

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J. Wilcox, 1731 - Eclipses - 176 pages
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