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1Title:  Vox stellarum: being an almanack for the year of human redemption 1702, it being the second after bissextile or leap year. Wherein is contained all things fitting for such a work, as first, a table of the terms with their returns; secondly, a table of all the kings reigns from King Egbert, to this present reign. Thirdly, the fulls, changes and quarters of the moon, the conjunctions of the moon with the other planets, the rising, setting, and southing of the seven stars, and other fix'd stars of note; with the moon's age to every day of the month, and a tide-table fitted to the same. Fourthly, the rising and setting both of the sun and moon, the mutual aspects and weather, with monthly observations very necessary. Fifthly, a plain and easie table both of interest and rebate, with a compendious chronology of many remarkable things. Sixthly, the eclipses of the luminaries, and astrological observations on the four quarters the year: as also an account of all the conjunctions of Saturn and Jupiter since the creation of the world to the year 1802; and a plain table thereunto belonging, and observation on the same. Rectify'd chiefly to the meridian of the great metropolitan city of England, whose latitude is 51 degrees, 32 minutes north; but will serve without any sensible error for any part of Great-Britain or Ireland   
 Creator:  Moore, Francis, 1657-1714 | Hodgkin, Thomas, active 1662-1720 
 Publication:  Printed by T. Hodgkin for the Company of Stationers, London, 1702. [i.e. 1701?] 
 Notes:  Titlepage in red and black. Probably actually published and available in the latter part of 1701. Signatures: A-Cp8s. 
 Extent:  [34], 14 pages ; (8vo) 
 Subjects:  Astrology -- Early works to 1800 | Ephemerides -- Early works to 1800 | Almanacs Great Britain 18th century

 
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2Title:  Vox Uraniae: an almanack astronomical, meteorological, for the year of our Lord God, 1687: And from the world's creation, 5636. Being the third after bissextile, or leap-year. Wherein is contained lunations, monthly observations, eclipses: tables of the tides, terms, and their returns; the rising and setting of the sun and moon, together with the moon's southing and configurations to the other planets: with several useful tables, and other requisites fitting such a subject. Accommodated and referred properly to the meridian of the famous city of London, whose zenith, or vertical point, is distant from the aequator northward 51 deg. 32 min. yet it may indifferently serve any part of England, Scotland and Ireland. By Daniel Woodward, student in physick and astrology, living at the sign of the Globe in Arundel-street by St. Clements-Church in the Strand, London   
 Creator:  Woodward, Daniel, active 1682-1700 
 Publication:  printed by J[ohn]. D[arby]. for the Company of Stationers, London, 1687 
 Notes:  The words "astronomical, meteorological," are enclosed in brackets on title page Title page and calendar in red and black Printer's name from Wing CD 
 Extent:  [48] p. : tables ; 8vo 
 Subjects:  Almanacs, English -- Early works to 1800 | Astrology -- Early works to 1800 | Ephemerides -- Early works to 1800

 
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3Title:  Vox uraniae: an almanack astronomical, meteorological, for the year of our Lord God, 1686. and from the world's creation, 5635. Being the second after bissextile, or leap-year. Wherein is contained the time of the world's revolution, lunations, eclipses, monthly observations: tables of the tides, terms, and their returns; the rising and setting of the sun and moon, together with the moon's southing and configurations to the other planets: with several useful tables, and other requisites fitting such a subject. Accommodated and referred properly to the meridian of the famous city of London, whose zenith, or vertical point, is distant from the aequator norhward 51 deg. 32 min. yet it may indifferently serve any part of England, Scotland and Ireland. By Daniel Woodward, student in physick and astrology, living at the sign of the globe in Arundel-street by St. Clements-Church in the Strand, London   
 Creator:  Woodward, Daniel, active 1682-1700 
 Publication:  printed by J[ohn]. D[arby]. for the Company of Stationers, London, 1686 
 Notes:  Quires A-B in red and black Printer's name from Wing CD Signatures: A-Bp8s p2sBp8s 
 Extent:  [48] p. : tables ; 8vo 
 Subjects:  Almanacs, English -- Early works to 1800 | Ephemerides -- Early works to 1800 | Astrology -- Early works to 1800

 
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4Title:  Vox uraniae: an almanack astronomical, astrological, meteorological, for the year of our Lord God, 1688: And from the world's creation, 5637. Being the bissextile, or leap-year. Wherein is contained lunations, monthly observations, eclipses: tables of the tides, terms, and their returns; the rising and setting of the sun and moon, together with the moon's southing and configurations to the other planets: with several useful tables, and other requisites fitting such a subject. Accommodated and referred properly to the meridian of the famous city of London, whose zenith, or vertical point, is distant from the aequator northward 51 deg. 32 min. yet it may indifferently serve any part of England, Scotland and Ireland. By Daniel Woodward, student in physick and astrology, living at the sign of the Globe in Arundel-Buildings by St. Clements-Church in the Strand, London   
 Creator:  Woodward, Daniel, active 1682-1700 
 Publication:  printed by J[ohn]. D[arby]. for the Company of Stationers, London, 1688 
 Notes:  Title page and calendar in red and black The words "astronomical, ... meteorological," are enclosed in brackets on title page Printer's name from Wing CD Signatures: A-Cp8s 
 Extent:  [48] p. : tables ; 8vo 
 Subjects:  Almanacs, English -- Early works to 1800 | Ephemerides -- Early works to 1800 | Astrology -- Early works to 1800

 
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5Title:  The discovery of a vvorld in the moone. Or, A discourse tending, to prove, that 'tis probable there may be another habitable world in that planet   
 Creator:  Wilkins, John, 1614-1672 
 Publication:  Printed by E[dward] G[riffin] for Michael Sparke and Edward Forrest, London, 1638 
 Notes:  Anonymous. By John Wilkins Double-page title Printer's name from STC Running title reads: The discovery of a new world The page before second p. 208 misnumbered 107 In this edition B1r line 3 up ends: at 
 Extent:  [8], 179, 178-190, 193-208, [1], 208-209, [5] p. : ill. (woodcuts) ; (8vo) 
 Subjects:  Astronomy -- Early works to 1800 | Life on other planets -- Early works to 1800 | Plurality of worlds -- Early works to 1800 | Moon -- Early works to 1800

 
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6Title:  Måenologion; or, An ephemeris of the coelestial motions: wherein all the sun and moon are most exactly calculated from Astronomia Carolina, with the places of the other planets, for the year of our Lord MDCC. Being bissextile or leap-year. Reduced to the meridian of the famous city of London, whose latitude is 51 deg. 32 min. but generally useful for England, Scotland and Ireland. With general predictions on the year, and several other things necessary for such a work. The like not extant. By William Cookson, student in astrology and physick   
 Creator:  Cookson, William(Student in astrology) | White, Robert, 1645-1703 | Bridgewater House Library 
 Publication:  printed by T. Ilive for the Company of Stationers, London, 1700 
 Notes:  Previous editions by William Lilly First word of title in Greek characters Quires [A]-B in red and black Frontis. portrait (plate) of the author signed: R. White del et sculp 
 Extent:  [48] p., [1] leaf of plates : port., tables ; 8vo 
 Subjects:  Almanacs, English -- Early works to 1800 | Ephemerides -- Early works to 1800 | Astrology -- Early works to 1800

 
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7Title:  Måenologion; or, An ephemeris of the coelestial motions: wherein all the sun and moon are most exactly calculated from Astronomia Carolina, with the places of the other planets, for the year of our Lord MDCC. Being bissextile or leap-year. Reduced to the meridian of the famous city of London, whose latitude is 51 deg. 32 min. but generally useful for England, Scotland and Ireland. With general predictions on the year, and several other things necessary for such a work. The like not extant. By William Cookson, student in astrology and physick   
 Creator:  Cookson, William(Student in astrology) | White, Robert, 1645-1703 
 Publication:  printed by T. Ilive for the Company of Stationers, London, 1700 
 Notes:  Previous editions by William Lilly First word of title in Greek characters Quires [A]-B in red and black Frontis. portrait (plate) of the author signed: R. White del et sculp 
 Extent:  [48] p., [1] leaf of plates : port., tables ; 8vo 
 Subjects:  Almanacs, English -- Early works to 1800 | Ephemerides -- Early works to 1800 | Astrology -- Early works to 1800

 
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8Title:  The discovery of a world in the moone., or, A discourse tending to prove, that 'tis probable there may be another habitable world in that planet   
 Creator:  Wilkins, John, 1614-1672 | Griffin, Edward, -1652 | Sparke, Michael, -1645 | Sparke, Michael, -1653 | Forrest, Edward, active 17th century | Francis Bacon Library 
 Publication:  Printed by E.G. for Michael Sparke and Edward Forrest, London, 1638 
 Notes:  P. 209-211 misnumbered 107, 208-209 Signatures: Ap4s B-Op8s Pp4s Title on two leaves, with a title vignette on the first Anonymous. --By John Wilkins. --ESTC E. G. = Edward Griffin. --STC Two editions were issued in the same year with the same collation and imprint. In this edition, B1 recto line 3 up ends: "first"; in the variant, STC 25640, B1 recto line 3 up ends: "at" "Quires K-M and part of A and P are reimposed from STC 25640." --ESTC "Michael Sparkes" may be the younger, d. 1645, or Michael Sparkes, sen., d. 1653 as both men were in business at the same address until the son's death Running title: The discovery of a new world 
 Extent:  [8], 208 [i.e. 211], [5] p. : ill. (woodcut) ; 14 cm. (8vo) 
 Subjects:  Astronomy -- Early works to 1800 | Plurality of worlds -- Early works to 1800 | Life on other planets -- Early works to 1800 | Moon -- Early works to 1800 | Francis Bacon Collection | Printed waste (Binding) Great Britain

 
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9Title:  Syderum secreta, or An astronomical, astrological, meteorological diary, for the year of our Lord, 1689: Being the first after bissextile or leap-year; ... Containing an ephemeris of the planets daily motion, their mutual and lunar aspects, the state of the year deduced from the solar ingresses, eclipses and other configurations of the planets; the rising and setting of the sun and moon, with the time of high water at many principal havens; together with an elected table of days, fit for the beginning any enterprise: with divers other rules and tables, suitable to such a work, very necessary and useful for all sorts of people. By John Harrisson studio philo. astera med. Licensed, July 28th. 1688. Rob. Midgley   
 Creator:  Harrisson, John, active 1689 
 Publication:  printed for John Richardson for the Company of Stationers, London, 1689 
 Notes:  Title page and calendar in red and black The words "astronomical, .. meteorological" are enclosed in brackets on title page Signatures: A-Cp8s 
 Extent:  [48] p. ; 8vo 
 Subjects:  Almanacs, English -- Early works to 1800 | Ephemerides -- Early works to 1800 | Astrology -- Early works to 1800

 
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10Title:  The celestial diary: or, An ephemeris for the year of Our blessed Saviour's incarnation, 1730: It being the first after the bissextile, or leap year and from the creation of the world, according to the best of history, 5679 years. Wherein is contain'd the motion, aspect, and operation of the planets, with observations on the eclipses and solar ingresses with other remarkable passages, as the moon's southing, sun and moon's rising and setting, and monthly observations in a poerical manner, the like not extant, &c. Calculated according to art, and referr'd to the meridian of the midst of Great-Britain, sitting the whole monarchy without sensible error   
 Creator:  Pearse, Salem, active 1719 | Burndy Library 
 Publication:  Printed by J. Dawks, for the Company of Stationers, London, 1730 
 Notes:  Imprimatur G.C. July, 1729. Title page and main text printed in black and red. With a separate titlepage, bearing the imprint of Jane Ilive, to the second part. 
 Extent:  [48] pages; 16 cm. (8vo) 
 Subjects:  Almanacs, English -- Early works to 1800 | Ephemerides -- Early works to 1800 | Astronomy -- Early works to 1800 | Astrology -- Early works to 1800 | Burndy Library Collection at the Huntington Library

 
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11Title:  The coelestial diary: or, An ephemeris for the year of our blessed Saviour's incarnation, 1767: Being the third after leap year, and from the creation of the world, according to the best history 5712 years. Wherein is contained the motions, aspects, and operations of the planets; with observations on the eclipses and solar ingresses; with other remarkable passages, as the moon's southing, sun and moon's rising and setting and monthly observations, in a poetical manner, the like not extant, &c. Calculated according to art, and referred to the meridian of the middle of Great Britain, fitting the whole monarchy without sensible error   
 Creator:  Pearse, Salem, active 1719 | Bettenham, James, -1774 | Longo, Lawrence D. | Longo, Betty Jeanne | Stationers' Company (London, England) 
 Publication:  Printed by J. Bettenham, for the Company of Stationers, London, 1767. 
 Notes:  Author statement transposed; appears after edition statement on title page. Title page and first two gatherings printed in red and black. "Price nine-pence stitched."--Title page. Signatures: [A]p8s B-Cp8s. "Pearse, 1767. The second part of the coelestial diary ..." has a separate title page. 
 Extent:  [48] pages : illustrations ; 17 cm (8vo) 
 Subjects:  Almanacs, English -- Early works to 1800 | Almanacs, English | Almanacs Great Britain 18th century | Book prices (Publishing) Great Britain 18th century | Fore-edge paintings (Binding)

 
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12Title:  Albert R. Hibbs papers, 1884-2009   
 Creator:  Hibbs, Albert R. 
 Notes:  The Albert R. Hibbs Papers, 1884-2009 (80 boxes) document the personal life and career of Hibbs as a manager and scientist at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), the relationships between JPL, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), and the development of the solar system exploration programs. Hibbs' consulting work for television and radio programs, Biosphere 2, and Morgantown Area Rapid Transit System (MARTS) are also documented. Although the collection arrived at The Huntington in disarray, original order of the materials was maintained when possible and the arrangement reflects Hibbs' general organization by correspondent, subject, or format of materials. The collection is divided into ten series: Audio Visual Materials, Consulting Files, Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), Notebooks, Personal Files, Photographs and Negatives, Presentations and Speeches, Publications and Writings, Teaching Files, and Oversize. The bulk of collection materials date from 1931 to 1999 and consists of audio and video tapes, clippings, correspondence, memoranda, notes, photographs, publications, speeches, and writings. As the collection is arranged by both subject and format of the materials, researchers should be aware that materials are often dispersed through the series. For example, materials related to specific subjects are frequently represented in the JPL and Notebooks Series; similarly, Hibbs' friendship and collaboration with Roy L. Walford is documented in the Correspondence and Aging Research and Writings subseries of the Personal Series, in the Space Bioshpheres Ventures subseries of the Consulting series, as well as in the Audio Visual Materials Series. Correspondence is also dispersed throughout the series. 
 Extent:  80 
 Subjects:  Hibbs, Albert R. -- Archives | Feynman, Richard P. -- (Richard Phillips), -- 1918-1988 | Walford, Roy L | California Institute of Technology | California Institute of Technology. -- Division of Physics, Mathematics and Astronomy | Earthwatch (Organization) | GeoSphere Project | Jet Propulsion Laboratory (U.S.) | United States. -- Arms Control and Disarmament Agency | United States. -- National Aeronautics and Space Administration | Asteroids | Astronautical laboratories | Biosphere 2 (Project) | Comets | Explorer 1 (Artificial satellite) | Explorer 1 (Artificial satellite) -- Orbit | Kinetic art | Satellite image maps | Satellites | Solar system | Space flight | Space flight to asteroids | Space flight to Jupiter | Space flight to Mars | Space flight to Mercury | Space flight to the moon | Space flight to the moon on television | Space flight to Saturn | Space flight to Venus | Space industrialization | Outer space -- Civilian use | Outer space -- Exploration | Science -- Study and teaching (Elementary) -- United States | Science -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- United States | Science television programs | Surveyor Program (U.S.) | Viking Mars Program (U.S.) | Voyager Project | Chillicothe (Ross County, Ohio) | Pasadena (Calif.) | Audiocassettes | Audiotapes | Astrophotographs | Awards | Cellulose nitrate film | Clippings | Documents | DVDs | Ephemera | Letters (correspondence) | Lithographs | Negatives (photographic) | Photocopies | Photographic prints | Scrapbooks | Space photographs | VHS

 
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