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1Title:  The new planet no planet, or, The earth no wandring star, except in the wandring heads of Galileans: here out of the principles of divinity, philosophy, astronomy, reason, and sense, the earth's immobility is asserted : the true sense of Scripture in this point, cleared : the fathers and philosophers vindicated : divers theologicall and philosophicall points handled, and Copernicus his opinion, as erroneous, ridiculous, and impious, fully refuted   
 Creator:  Ross, Alexander, 1591-1654 
 Publication:  Printed by J. Young and are to be sold by Mercy Meighen and Gabriel Bedell, London, 1646. 
 Notes:  Reproduction of original in Cambridge University Library. 
 Extent:  1 online resource ([8], 118 p.) 
 Subjects:  Astronomy -- England -- Early works to 1800 | Electronic books

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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2Title:  Astronomia Britannica: in qua per novam, concinnioremq[ue] methodum, hi quinq[ue] tractatus traduntur. I. Logistica astronomica, quae continet doctrinam fractionum astronomicarum integram, táum in numeris naturalibus, táum artificialibus. II. Trigonometria, seu doctrina triangulorum, (analytica & practica) ... III. Doctrina sphaerica, quae exhibet longitudines, ... IV. Theoria planetarum, quae novãa, accuratãaq[ue] ... V. Tabulae novae astronomicae, ... Congruentes cum observationibus accuratissimis nobilis Tychonis Brahaei. Cui accessit observationum astronomicarum synopsis compendiaria, ex quãa astronomiae britannicae certitudo affatim elucescit. Opus exoptatum, non modáo astronomis, astrologis, sed & theologis, historiographis, nautis, medicis & poetis, perutile & jucundum. Cui additur postscriptum de refractione. Authore Vincentio Wing, mathem   
 Creator:  Wing, Vincent, 1619-1668 | Brahe, Tycho, 1546-1601 | Cross, Thomas, active 1632-1682 
 Publication:  typis Johannis Macock, impensis Georgii Sawbridge, prostantq[um] venales apud locum vulgáo Clerenwel-Green, Londini, 1669 
 Notes:  Frontis. portrait (pi1v) of the author signed: T. Cross sculpsit "Logistica astronomica", "Trigonometria", "Doctrina sphµrica", "Canonum astronimicorum", and "Observationum astronomicarum synopsis compendiaria" each have separate title page, dated 1668, on leaves B1r, C3r, H2r, p2sM3r, and p2s2M1r "Theoria planetarum nova" and "Tabulµ novµ astronomicµ" each have separate dated title page on leaves Q1r and 2D4r "Tabula logarithmorum logisticorum" (caption title) begins new pagination with quire B 
 Extent:  [20], 244, [2], 192, [2], 193-369, [1] p. : diagrams, tables ; (fol.) 
 Subjects:  Astronomy -- Early works to 1800 | Astronomy -- England -- Early works to 1800

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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3Title:  Astronomia Britannica: in qua per novam, concinnioremq[ue] methodum hi quinq[ue] tractatus traduntur   
 Creator:  Wing, Vincent, 1619-1668 | Brahe, Tycho, 1546-1601 
 Publication:  Typis Johannis Macock, Impensis Georgii Sawbridge, Londini, 1669. 
 Notes:  Reproduction of original in Huntington Library "Cui accessit observationum astronomicarum synopsis compendiaria, ex quâ astronomiæ Britannicæ certitudo affatim elucescit. Opus exoptatum non modò astronomis, astrologis, sed & theologis, historiographis, nautis, medicis & poetis, perutile & jucundum. Cui additur postscriptum De refractione." Divided into five books, each with separate t.p.; books 1-3 dated 1668, books 4-5 dated 1669. "De refractione postscriptum Roberti Markham Baronetti" [2] p. following p. 244. 
 Extent:  1 online resource ([18], 244, [2], 369 [i.e. 371] p. ) 
 Subjects:  Astronomy -- Early works to 1800 | Astronomy -- England -- Early works to 1800 | Electronic books

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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4Title:  The new planet no planet: or, The earth no wandring star except in the wandring heads of Galileans: Here out of the principles of divinity, philosophy, astronomy, reason, and sense, the earth's immobility is asserted; the true sense of Scripture in this point, cleared; the fathers and philosophers vindicated; divers theologicall and philosophicall points handled, and Copernicus his opinion, as erroneous, ridiculous, and impious, fully refuted   
 Creator:  Ross, Alexander, 1591-1654 
 Publication:  Printed by J. Young and are to be sold by Mercy Meighen, and Gabriel Bedell, next to the middle-Temple-gate, London, 1646. 
 Notes:  Title page printed in red and black. The final leaf is blank. Annotation on Thomason copy: "feb: 2d" [1647]. Reproduction of the original in the British Library. 
 Extent:  1 online resource ([8], 118, [2] p.) 
 Subjects:  Astronomy -- England -- Early works to 1800 | Earth (Planet) -- Rotation -- Early works to 1800 | Solar system -- Early works to 1800 | Biblical cosmology | Electronic books

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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5Title:  The royal almanack, or, A diary of the true places of the sun, moon, and planets, their rising, southing, and setting: high-water at London-Bridg [sic], with rules to serve other places after the new theory of tides, and directions of Sir Jonas Moore. To which is added, the eclipses, with a table of equations for the regulating curious pendulum-clocks, and movements of the sun. A table of the suns right ascension in time for every day at noon, and thirty of the most notable fixed stars. With the moon and other the planets appulses to the fixed stars, for the meridian of London, anno 1678. and of His Majesties happy reign 30. All done with great pains, according to the rules of art, for His Majesties use, and at his command   
 Creator:  Stephenson, N. (Nicholas), active 1674-1680 | Moore, JonasSir, 1617-1679 
 Publication:  Printed by A.C. for the Company of Stationers, London, 1678. 
 Notes:  Signatures: B⁶ b⁶ C-E⁶. Reproduction of originals in the University of Toronto Library (2902:11) and Folger Shakespeare Library (2932:14). 
 Extent:  1 online resource ([60] p. ) 
 Subjects:  Almanacs, English -- England -- Early works to 1800 | Astronomy -- England -- Early works to 1800 | Astrology -- Early works to 1800 | Ephemerides -- Early works to 1800 | Electronic books

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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6Title:  The new planet no planet: or, The earth no wandring star; except in the wandring heads of Galileans: Here out of the principles of divinity, philosophy, astronomy, reason, and sense, the earth's immobility is asserted; the true sense of Scripture in this point, cleared; the fathers and philosophers vindicated; divers theologicall and philosophicall points handled, and Copernicus his opinion, as erroneous, ridiculous, and impious, fully refuted   
 Creator:  Ross, Alexander, 1591-1654 
 Publication:  Printed by J. Young, and are to be sold by Mercy Meighen, and Gabriel Bedell, next to the middle-Temple-gate, London, 1646. [i.e. 1647] 
 Notes:  Actual date of publication from Wing. A fragment; title page only. Reproduction of original in the British Library. 
 Extent:  1 online resource ([1+] p.) 
 Subjects:  Astronomy -- England -- Early works to 1800 | Earth (Planet) -- Rotation -- Early works to 1800 | Solar system -- Early works to 1800 | Electronic books | Title pages -- England -- 17th century

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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7Title:  Angelus Britannicus: an ephemeris for the year of our redemption 1688. Being the bissextile or leap year. Since [bracket] the creation of the world, 5637. The death of our saviour, 1655. The conquest of this nation, 622. The restauration of K. Ch. II, 28. The last great plague, 23. The burning of London, 22. The last great frost, 4. The death of K. Charles II, 3. [bracket] yea. Amplified with observations from the sun's ingress into the sign Aries, and the other cardinal points; with an account of the eclipses, conjunctions of the planets, and other configurations of the coelestial bodies. Calculated for the meridian of the famous city of London, where the Pole Artick is elevated above the horizon 51 degr. 52 min. but may indifferently serve for England, Scotland, and Ireland   
 Creator:  Tanner, John, approximately 1636-1715 
 Publication:  Printed by W. Horton, for the Company of Stationers, London, 1688. 
 Notes:  Reproduction of original in the University of Toronto Library. 
 Extent:  1 online resource ([48] p. ) 
 Subjects:  Almanacs, English -- England -- Early works to 1800 | Astronomy -- England -- Early works to 1800 | Astrology -- Early works to 1800 | Ephemerides -- Early works to 1800 | Electronic books

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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8Title:  Angelus Britannicus: an ephemeris for the year of our redemption 1690 : being the second after bissextile or leap-year : since [bracket] the creation of the world, 5639, the death of our Saviour, 1657, The conquest of this nation, 624, The restauration of K. C. II, 30, The last great plague, 25, The burning of London, 24, The last great frost, 6, The death of K. Charles II, 5, The departure of K. James II, 1, The restauration of our law 1 [bracket] yea. : amplified with observations from the sun's ingress into the sign Aries, and the other cardinal points : with an account of the eclipses, conjunctions of the planets, and other configurations of the coelestial bodies : calculated for the meridian of the famous city of London, where the Pole Artick is elevated above the horizon 51 degr. 32 min. but may indifferently serve for England, Scotland, and Ireland   
 Creator:  Tanner, John, approximately 1636-1715 
 Publication:  Printed by W. H[orton] for the Company of Stationers, London, 1690. 
 Notes:  Printer's name suggested by Wing (2nd ed.). Imperfect: print show-through with loss of text. Reproduction of original in: Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery. 
 Extent:  1 online resource ([48] p. ) 
 Subjects:  Almanacs, English -- Early works to 1800 | Astronomy -- England -- Early works to 1800 | Astrology -- Early works to 1800 | Ephemerides -- Early works to 1800 | Electronic books

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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9Title:  The new planet no planet: or, The earth no wandring star; except in the wandring heads of Galileans: Here out of the principles of divinity, philosophy, astronomy, reason, and sense, the earth's immobility is asserted; the true sense of Scripture in this point, cleared; the fathers and philosophers vindicated; divers theologicall and philosophicall points handled, and Copernicus his opinion, as erroneous, ridiculous, and impious, fully refuted. By Alexander Rosse. In answer to a discourse, that the earth may be a planet   
 Creator:  Ross, Alexander, 1591-1654 | Bridgewater House Library 
 Publication:  printed by J. Young, and are to be sold by Mercy Meighen, and Gabriel Bedell, next to the middle-Temple-gate, London, 1646. [i.e. 1647] 
 Notes:  Title page in red and black Actual date of publication from Wing The last leaf is blank 
 Extent:  [8], 118, [2] p. ; 4to 
 Subjects:  Astronomy -- England -- Early works to 1800 | Biblical cosmology -- Early works to 1800 | Earth (Planet) -- Rotation -- Early works to 1800 | Solar system -- Early works to 1800

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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