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1Title:  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-bridge, with rules to serve other places after the new theory or tides, and directions of Sir Jonas Moore. To which are added, the eclipses, with a table of equations for the regulating curious pendulum-clocks, and movements to 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 1667. and of his Majesties happy reign 29. All done with great pains, according to the rules of art, for his Majesties use, and at his command. By N. Stephenson, one of his Majesties gunners   
 Creator:  Stephenson, N. (Nicholas), active 1674-1680 | Moore, JonasSir, 1617-1679 
 Publication:  printed by A.C. for the Company of Stationers, London, 1677. 
 Notes:  Title page printed in red and black. Gathered in 6's. Signatures: A-E⁶. Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library. 
 Extent:  1 online resource ([60] p.) 
 Subjects:  Almanacs, English -- Early works to 1800 | Ephemerides -- Early works to 1800 | Astrology -- Early works to 1800 | Electronic books

 
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2Title:  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-bridge, with rules to serve other places after the new theory of tides, and directions of Sir Jonas Moor. To which are added the eclipses, tables of the suns rising, moons southing, moons rising and setting. A table of the suns right ascension in time for every day at noon, and of thirty one of the most notable fixed stars. With the moon and other the [sic] planets appulses to the fixed stars, for the meridian of London, Anno 1676. and of his Majesties happy reign 28. All done with great pains, according to the rules of art, for his Majesties use; and at his command. By N. Stephenson, one of his Majesties gunners   
 Creator:  Stephenson, N. (Nicholas), active 1674-1680 | Moore, JonasSir, 1617-1679 
 Publication:  printed for the Company of Stationers, London, 1676. 
 Notes:  Signatures: A-E⁶. Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library. 
 Extent:  1 online resource ([60] p. ) 
 Subjects:  Almanacs -- Early works to 1800 | Astrology -- Early works to 1800 | Electronic books

 
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3Title:  The royal almanack, or, A diary of the true places of the sun [figure of moon] and planets: their rising and setting, high-water at London-bridge, with rules to serve other places after the new theory of tides, and directions of Sir Jonas Moore : to which are added the eclipses, tables of the [sun's] rising, [moon's] southing, [moon's] rising and setting, with the [moon], and other the planets apulses to the fixed stars, for the meridian of London, anno 1675. and of His Majesties happy reign 27   
 Creator:  Stephenson, N. (Nicholas), active 1674-1680 | Moore, JonasSir, 1617-1679 
 Publication:  Printed for the Company of Stationers, London, 1675. 
 Notes:  On t.p. "[sun's]" and "[moon's] appear as figures of the sun and a crescent moon. Also issued as part 2 of Sir Jonas Moore's Mathematical compendium, and "so ordered, that it may be taken out, and another put in each year; which will make it a very delightful and useful companion." Cf. advertisement on p. [48]; NUC pre-1956 imprints. Reproduction of original in the Harvard University Library. 
 Extent:  1 online resource ([48] p.) 
 Subjects:  Almanacs, English | Astrology -- Early works to 1800 | Electronic books

 
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4Title:  Astronomia instaurata, or, A new compendious restauration of astronomie: in four parts : wherein is contained, 1. logistica astronomica, astronomicall arithmetick, shewing how to resolve the four species thereof in astronomical fractions, and to finde the part proportionall in any question thereunto belonging : 2. doctrina sphærica, the doctrine of the sphere, practically propounded, and applyed in all questions tending to the diurnall motion : 3. doctrina theorica, the theorie of the cœlestiall motions, representing the true face of the visible world, the proper motions of the luminaries, and other planets, and how to investigate their true places speedily, by the admirable doctrine of trigonometrie, after a new order : 4. tabulæ astronomicæ, astronomicall tables, briefly exhibiting the true motions of the sun, moon, and other planets, and their eclipses for any time, either past, present, or to come : whereunto is added, a short catalogue of all the most accurate and remarkable cœlestiall observations, that have been made by Tycho, Longomontanus, Gassendus, the Landgrave of Hassia, and others   
 Creator:  Wing, Vincent, 1619-1668 | Brahe, Tycho, 1546-1601 
 Publication:  Printed by R. and W. Leybourn, for the Company of Stationers, London, 1656. 
 Notes:  Reproduction of original in Huntington Library. Errata: p. [18] Table of contents: p. [13]-[16] 
 Extent:  1 online resource ([20], 132, 104 p. ) 
 Subjects:  Astronomy -- Early works to 1800 | Electronic books

 
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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

 
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6Title:  Vox uraniæ: 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 æquator 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-C. Reproduction of original in the Bodleian Library. 
 Extent:  1 online resource ([48] p. ) 
 Subjects:  Almanacs, English -- Early works to 1800 | Ephemerides -- Early works to 1800 | Astrology -- Early works to 1800 | Electronic books

 
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7Title:  Telescopium Uranicum, or, An almanack and prognostication for the year of Christs incarnation MDCLXII being the second after bissextile or leap-year, and from the creation of the world according to the computation of the late excellent mathematician John Kepler 5655, and of the Julian period 6375, but after the most rational calculation of the more later learned physictian and astrologian Johannes Baptista Morinus 5633: wherein is probably conjectured, not positively concluded, the state, condition, temperature and inclination thereof, from the various motions and configurations of the two great lights, sun and moon, together with the other heavenly planets and fixed stars, their effects astrologically handled, and physiologically discussed with many necessary and useful tables, observations & instructins inferred   
 Creator:  Booker, John, 1603-1667 
 Publication:  Printed for the Company of Stationers, London, 1662. 
 Notes:  "Cum priviligio & gratia Regiae Majestatis." Reproduction of original in Bodleian Library. 
 Extent:  1 online resource ([48] p.) 
 Subjects:  Almanacs, English | Electronic books

 
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8Title:  Telescopium uranicum, or, An ephemeris: : or, Celestial diary of the motions of the two great lights, the sun and moon and the other five errants or wandring planets for the year of mans redemption by Jesus Christ, 1660 : wherein their dominions, defects, aspects, and effects are physiologically discussed   
 Creator:  Booker, John, 1603-1667 
 Publication:  Printed for the company of stationers, London, 1660. 
 Notes:  Reproduction of original in the Bodleian Library. 
 Extent:  1 online resource ([47] p.) 
 Subjects:  Astrology -- Early works to 1800 | Planets -- Ephemerides | Electronic books

 
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9Title:  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:  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 is misnumbered 107. In this edition B1r line 3 up ends "first". Quires K-M and part of A and P are reimposed from STC 25640. Reproduction of the original in the British Library. 
 Extent:  1 online resource ([8], 208, [1], 208-209, [5] p. ) 
 Subjects:  Astronomy -- Early works to 1800 | Life on other planets -- Early works to 1800 | Moon -- Early works to 1800 | Plurality of worlds -- Early works to 1800 | Electronic books

 
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10Title:  The New-England almanack for the year of our Lord, 1686, and of the world, 5635, since the planting of Massachusets Colony in New-England, 58, since the found of Harv. Coll., 44: whereof the golden number, epact and cycle of the sun are 13 and the dominicall letters C B being in our account the third from leap year. Kindly offering unto its country a particular prospect of the places of the planets, with the new-moons and other caelestial configurations and principall aspects, as also the moons, latitude, apogee and perigee, with the time of the rising and setting of both the luminarves and the hours and minutes of twilight ... with a brief register of severall memorable events of Providence in New-England   
 Creator:  Danforth, Samuel, 1626-1674 
 Publication:  Printed by Samuel Green, Cambridge, 1686. 
 Notes:  Reproduction of original in: Massachusetts Historical Society Library. 
 Extent:  1 online resource ([16] p.) 
 Subjects:  Almanacs -- Massachusetts -- Early works to 1800 | Ephemerides -- Early works to 1800 | Astrology -- Early works to 1800 | Electronic books

 
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11Title:  The New-England almanack for the year of our Lord, 1686, and of the world, 5635, since the planting of Massachusets Colony in New-England, 58, since the found of Harv. Coll., 44: whereof the golden number, epact and cycle of the sun are 15 and the dominicall letters Cb being an account the third from leap year. Kindly offering unto its country a partcular prospect of the places of the planets, with the new-moons and other caelestial configurations and principall aspects, as also to the moons latitude ... with a brief register of severall memorable events of providence in New-England. / by S.D. Philomath   
 Creator:  Danforth, Samuel, 1626-1674 
 Publication:  Printed by Samuel Green, Cambridge, A. D. 1686. 
 Notes:  Reproduction of original in: Massachusetts Historical Society Library. 
 Extent:  1 online resource ([16] p.) 
 Subjects:  Almanacs, American -- Massachusetts -- Early works to 1800 | Ephemerides -- Early works to 1800 | Astrology -- Early works to 1800 | Electronic books

 
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12Title:  A discourse concerning a new world & another planet in 2 bookes   
 Alt. Title:  Discovery of a world in the moone   
 Creator:  Wilkins, John, 1614-1672 | Marshall, William, active 1617-1650 
 Publication:  Printed [by John Norton and R. Hearne] for Iohn Maynard, & are to be sold at the George, in Fleetstreet neare St. Dunstans Church, London], 1640. 
 Notes:  Attributed to John Wilkins. Cf. STC (2nd ed.). Printer's names suggested by STC (2nd ed.). The general title page is engraved and signed: W. Marshall, sculpsit. Fragment; consists of t.p. only. Engraved t.p. Reproduction of original in: British Library. 
 Extent:  1 online resource ([1]+ p. ) 
 Subjects:  Astronomy -- Early works to 1800 | Life on other planets -- Early works to 1800 | Moon -- Early works to 1800 | Plurality of worlds -- Early works to 1800 | Earth (Planet) -- Early works to 1800 | Electronic books

 
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13Title:  A discourse concerning a new world & another planet: in 2 bookes   
 Alt. Title:  Discovery of a world in the moone   
 Creator:  Wilkins, John, 1614-1672 | Marshall, William, active 1617-1650 
 Publication:  Printed [by John Norton and R. Hearne] for Iohn Maynard, & are to be sold at the George, in Fleetstreet neare St. Dunstans Church, London], 1640. 
 Notes:  By John Wilkins. An expanded edition of: The discovery of a world in the moone. The general title page is engraved and signed: W. Marshall, sculpsit. "The first book· The discovery of a new world .. The third impression. Corrected and enlarged .. Printed by Iohn Norton" and "A discourse concerning a nevv planet .. Printed by R[ichard]. H[earne]." each have separate dated letterpress title page, pagination, and register. Richard Hearne's name from STC. ² P7 is a cancel (printed as 2a8). The cancellandum lacks the engraving on the verso. The final leaves to part 1 are [1] errata and [2-3] "The propositions that are proved in this discourse", signed "R2" (some copies signed "aa") and "aa2" respectively. With a final errata leaf. Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery. 
 Extent:  1 online resource ([10], 242, [6]; [14], 246, [2] p. ) 
 Subjects:  Astronomy -- Early works to 1800 | Life on other planets -- Early works to 1800 | Moon -- Early works to 1800 | Plurality of worlds -- Early works to 1800 | Earth (Planet) -- Early works to 1800 | Electronic books

 
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14Title:  Speculum perspicuum uranicum, or, A glass wherein you may behold the revolution of the year 1651: shewing all the notable aspects of the planets with the moon ... with the true place of both sun and moon for every day in the yeare and the places of the other five planets every fifth day ... rectified to the meridian and latitude of Luton in Bedford-shire ... yet may indifferently serve throughout England   
 Creator:  Rowley, John. 
 Publication:  Printed by S.I. for the Company of Stationers, London, 1651. 
 Notes:  "Astrological calculations" has special t.p. with imprint: London, Printed by G. Dawson. Imperfect: pages stained, with print showthrough and loss of print. Reproduction of original in the Bodleian Library. 
 Extent:  1 online resource ([42] p. ) 
 Subjects:  Almanacs, English | Ephemerides | Astrology -- Early works to 1800 | Electronic books

 
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15Title:  Syderum secreta, or, An astronomical, astrological, meteorological diary, for the year of our Lord, 1689: being the first after bissextile or leap-year, and from the creation--5638 years, from Noahs flood--3982, from the building of London--2796 : 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 of any enterprise : with divers other rules and tables, suitable to such a work, very necessary and useful for all sorts of people   
 Creator:  Harrisson, John, active 1689 
 Publication:  Printed for John Richardson, for the Company of Stationers, London, 16. 
 Notes:  Reproduction of original in Cambridge University Library. 
 Extent:  1 online resource ([52] p.) 
 Subjects:  Almanacs, English | Ephemerides | Astrology -- Early works to 1800 | Electronic books

 
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16Title:  Prognostæ astralis diarium, or, An almanack for the yeare of Christ, 1655: being the third from the bissextile, or leap-yeare : in which is contained many observations, both usefull and delectable, as the places and aspects of the planets, with their rising, southing and setting, also the eclipses of the sun and moon, with other things necessary and profitable for all sorts of men   
 Creator:  Coulton, John. 
 Publication:  Printed for the Company of Stationers, London, 1655. 
 Notes:  At head of title: Coulton, 1655. In 2 pts. 2nd pt. has special t.p. and imprint: London : Printed by E. Alsop for the Company of Stationers, 1655. Reproduction of original in the Bodleian Library. 
 Extent:  1 online resource ([40] p. ) 
 Subjects:  Almanacs, English | Ephemerides | Astrology -- Early works to 1800 | Electronic books

 
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17Title:  Speculum anni, or, A glasse in which you may behold the revolution of the yeare of our Lord God MDCXLVIII: being the bissextile or leap-yeare, shewing all the notable aspects of the planets with the moon, as also among themselves, with the eclipses, and other notable conjunctions, which are to be seen in the heavens, this present yeare, 1648, also other tables astronomicall exactly calculated for the same yeare, rectified especially for the longitude and latitude of the most famous and renowned city of London and may indifferently serve for the whole kingdome of England without any notable difference   
 Creator:  Leybourn, William, 1626-1716 
 Publication:  Printed by S.I. for the Company of Stationers, London, [1648] 
 Notes:  Second part has title: Astronomicall calculations ... ; with imprint: Printed by R.L. for the Company of Stationers. Date of publication suggested by Wing (2nd ed.). Imperfect: pages tightly bound with some loss of print. Reproduction of original in: University of Chicago. Library. 
 Extent:  1 online resource ([40] p.) 
 Subjects:  Almanacs, English -- Early works to 1800 | Ephemerides -- Early works to 1800 | Astrology -- Early works to 1800 | Electronic books

 
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