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Angelus Britannicus: an ephemeris for the year of our redemption, 1700. Being the bissextile or leap year. Since the creation of the world, 5649 the death of our saviour, 1670 the conquest of this nation, 634 the restoration of K. Char. II. 40 the last great plague, 35 the burning of London, 34 the last great frost 16 the death of K. Charles II. 15 the abdication of K. James II. 11 yea [sic]. Amplified with observations from the suns ingress into the equinoctial sign Aries, and the other cardinal points; with an account of the eclipses, conjunctions of the planets, and other configurations of the cœlestial bodies. Calculated for the meridian of the famous city of London, where the pole artick is elevated above the horizon 51 degr. 32 min. but may indifferently serve for England, Scotland, and Ireland. By John Tanner student in physick and astrology.

John Tanner, approximately 1636-1715.

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

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