Astrologus Britannicus: or an almanack For the Year of our Redemption, 1711, (being the third after Bissextile, or Leap-Year) Amplifi'd with all Things suitable for such a Work: as, Tables of the Moon's Age, Time of High-Water at Seventy of the most principal Ports on the Coasts of England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland, Holland, France and Flanders; also the Sun's Rising and Setting, and of Kings and Queens; together with a Table of Houses. Likewise, An Ephemeris of the Caelestial Motions and Aspects of the Planets; Lunations and Eclipses, with Monthly Predictions, Verses on the French King, and an Astrological Judgement on the Four Quarters of the Year, Deduced from The Four Cardinal Ingresses Great and Visible Eclipse of the Sun. To which is added, Rules to know when Corn or other Commodities will be Dear or Cheap at any time. By Richard Gibson, Student in Astrology.
- Gibson, Richard, active 1707-1723.