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Merry Andrew, 1708: or an almanack after a new fashion, for the year 1708 being bisextile or leap year. Wherein the reader may see (if he put on a pair of understanding spectacles) many things worthy of his choisest observation. Calculated by stargazical art, for the meridian of the cross of Edinburgh. By Merry Andrew, Professor of predictions by stargazing, at Tam-Tallon.

  • Merry Andrew, professor of predictions.
Date
[1708]
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Publication/Creation

Edinburgh : printed and sold by James Watson in Criag's Close at the north-side of the Cross, [1708]

Physical description

[16]p. ; 8⁰.

References note

ESTC T127027

Languages

  • English


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