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Olympia Dōmata; or, An almanack for the year of our Lord God, 1735. Being the third from Bissextile, or Leap-Year. And from the World's creation, 5738. Wherein is contained the lunations, conjunctions, aspects, and effects of the planets, the increase, decrease, and length of the days and nights; with the rising, southing, and setting of the planets and fixed stars throughout the year, whereby may be known the exact hour of the night at all times, when either the moon or stars are seen; and an equation table, for the rectifying pendulum clocks and watches. Calculated according to art, and referred to the horizon of the antient and renowned Borough town of Stamford (formerly a famous University) whose longitude is 24 deg. 20 min. and latitude 52 deg. 41 min. fitting all the middle counties of England, and without sensible error the whole kingdom. By John Wing, Philomath. Imprimatur, E. B.

Wing, John, 1643-1726.
Date
1735
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London : printed by S. Dawks, for the Company of Stationers, 1735.

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[48] p. : ill. ; 8⁰.

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ESTC T28582

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