Atkins, Samuel.
Kalendarium Pennsilvaniense, or, America's messinger. Being an almanack for the year of grace, 1686. Wherein is contained both the english & forreign account, the motions of the planets through the signs, with the luminaries, conjunctions, aspects, eclipses; the rising, southing and setting of the moon, ... With chronologies, and many other notes, rules, and tables, very fitting for every man to know & have; all which is accomodated to the longitude of the province of Pennsilvania, and latitude of 40 degr. north, with a table of houses for the same, which may indifferently serve New-England, New York, East & West Jersy, Maryland, and most parts of Virginia. By Samuel Atkins. Student in the mathamaticks and astrology.
[Philadelphia] : Printed and sold by William Bradford at Philadelphia in Pennsilvania, 1685.
Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), A1303
Almanacs -- Early works to 1800.
Ephemerides -- Early works to 1800.
Imprint PA. Philadelphia. 1685.
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