3 edition of Calendarium astrologicum, or, An almanack for the year of our Lord God 1681 found in the catalog.
Calendarium astrologicum, or, An almanack for the year of our Lord God 1681
by Printed by A. Godbid and J. Playford for the Company of Stationers in London
Written in English
|Other titles||An almanack for the year of our Lord God 1681, Calandarium astrologicum|
|Statement||by Thomas Trigge|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1322:42|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||38|
The first colonial almanac can be traced to , when a publication called the Almanack Calculated for New England, by Mr. [William] Pierce, Mariner was printed on the Harvard University Press, then just a year old. Printed in page book form, these early almanacs included a title page, information on eclipses, the annual calendar and notes. The Calendar - Primitive Almanacs. It was a custom in ancient Rome, one which came down from a very early period, to proclaim the first of the month, and affix a notice of its occurrence on a public place, that the people might be apprised of the religious festivals in which they would have to bear a part.
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Title page verso with notes by Adam Winthrop, written on behalf of John Winthrop Jr. Richard Allestree, A New Almanack, or Annuall Calender for this Yeare of Our Lord ([London], ). Massachusetts Historical Society, Winthrop Family Papers, MS N, vol. lxi. Collection of the Massachusetts Historical Society. Pond an almanack for the year of our Lord God Being the 3d after bissextile or leap-year, and from the worlds creation at the sprint year Cambridge: Printed by .
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Calendarium astrologicum, or, An almanack for the year of our Lord God it being the first after bissextile : declaring the general state of the year, with the signs each day therein, eclipses, full sea, terms and their returns, sun rising and setting, weather, monthly predictions &c.: also rules for physic and husbandry, with sundry other useful observations not common to be found.
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Kalendarium astrologicum: or, An almanack for the year of our Lord God, it being the second after bissextile, or leap year. Exhibiting, the general state of the year, with the sign each day therein: eclipses, full sea, terms and their returns; suns rising, &c.
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Calendarium Astrologicum: Or, an Almanack for the Year of Our Lord God by Thomas Trigge, Calendarium Astrologicum: Or, an Almanack for the Year of Our Lord God by Thomas Trigge. The year book of daily recreation and information: concerning remarkable men and manners, times and seasons, solemnities and merry-makings, antiquities and novelties, on the plan of the every-day book and table book, or everlasting calendar of popular amusements, sports, pastimes, ceremonies, customs, and events, incident to each of the three.
Calendarium astrologicum. London, –4: sig A2v and In one such custom the boys once a year ‘barred out’ the masters and took over their school for the day. The book will then look. For the Year' of LORD CHRIST, Being the firft4Year or LEÄP-YEAR.
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[S.l.]: Printed by R. Daniel, Bib Name / Number:Wing / A Copy from: British Library. An almanack and prognostication for the yeare of our Lord God by Wing, Vincent, Abraham Clifford’s almanac did feature some recent events, but these were mainly apolitical: an earthquake, the plague, the ‘great snow’ and the birth of Charles II 19 Abraham Clifford, An almanack and prognostication for the yeare of our Lord God.
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