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Panterpe; id est omne delectare: or, a pleasant almanack for the year of our Lord, 1671. And since the world's creation, 5620. being the 3. after bissextile or leap year. Herein you have the place, rising, and setting of the sun, and moon, the southing of the 7 stars, a prediction of the weather, and of the state of the world, in prose, with predictions on every month, in hexastichons, poetically framed. Also the aspects this year. The second part contains an epistle of detection to move conformity, the opinions of some of the day of judgment; a katagraphy of the eclipses, and four quarters of the year, with astrological judgments on them, tables of direction from the lunar aspects, and the [moon]s place. The manner of the motions of the planets, and fixed stars, and how to see and know them throughout the year. Calculated particularly for the Honourable city of York, where the Artick pole is elevated 54 deg. 20 min. above the horizon, but serving generally for any of his Majesties dominions. By Charles Atkinson minister of Kirkham-Merton (6 miles west of York) and practitioner.

Charles Atkinson

London : printed for the Company of Stationers, 1671. Great Britain England London.

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