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Telescopium uranicum: or, An almanack and prognostication, physical, astrological, & meteorological, for the year of Christ's incarnation M.DC.LXIV. Being bissextile or leap-year, and from the creation of the world, according to the computation of the late excellent mathematician John Kepler, 5657. years. But after the accurate calculation of the more late learned physitian and astrologian Johannes Baptista Morinus, 5632. years. And of the Julian period, 6377. A compleat ephemerides after a new method. Wherein (from the solar ingresses into the cardinal points) the eclipses of the luminaries, the conjunctions and configurations of the planets, the rising, setting, and culmination of the fixed stars, is probably conjectured, the temperature and inclination of the air, and other astrological observations and predications, with many useful and necessary tables inserted, calculated and composed. By John Booker student in astrology and physick.

John Booker, 1603-1667.

London : printed for the Company of Stationers, 1664. Great Britain England London.

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