Mercurius philastrogus, or, An almanack shewing the coelestiall motions and the state of this yeare 1653 [microform] : being the first after bissextile or leap yeare : wherein (besides the common account used in England) is set down not onely the new account used beyond the seas but also the scripture calender of dayes & months used by the apostles and primitive Christians : with the foure quarterly revolutions and the eclipses of sun and moon ... : rectified to the ... pole artick ... [and] the latitude of the famous universitie of Cambridge / by Robert Nightingale.
- [S.l.] : Printed for the Company of Stationers, 
 p. : ill.
- Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 1374:17.