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Perkins. A new almanack, for the year of our Lord God 1700. Being bissextile, or leap-year, and from the worlds creation, according to Sacred Writ, 5649 years. Composed and chiefly referred to the famous city of London; but (without sensible error) may serve for any other place in Great Brittain. Adorned with a compendious chronology of things worth remembrance, since the creation to this present year; as also, the weather, the sun & moons rising & setting, with the high-ways, &c. and many other useful things, proper for such a work. The like not extant by any other, being of general use for all men. Made and set forth by F. Perkins, student in the mathematicks.

F Perkins, (Francis)

London : printed for the Company of Stationers, 1700. Great Britain England London.

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