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Annus mirabilis. Or, An exact and particular account of the great eclipse of the sun, on Monday the 11th of May, 1724. Beginning at 40m. past 5, the middle at 36m. after 6, and ends at half an hour past 7 in the afternoon, and if the clouds do not obstruct, the planets May, Venus, and Mercury will plainly appear, with several types of this eclipse, as it may be seen in London, York, Bath, &c. in England; sevil in Spain, and Mexico in North-America, and several other places: with an astrological judgment, foretelling for five years to come, what may happen from it, in the several affairs of Europe. To which is added an history of the eclipes and comets that have been for above 1700 years, with the effects that followed them. By W. Wilson, student in the mathematicks.
- Wilson, W., student in the mathematicks.
- MDCCXXIV.