Mercurius Cœlicus, his prognostication for the year of our Lord God 1663, : being the third after bissextile or leap-year : wherein is contained a description of the eclipses, the exact day, hour, and minute of the new moons, her full and quarters, the daily disposition of the weather : with the (whole known) fairs in Scotland, a table shewing the age of the moon every day : as also the hour and minut [sic] of full sea at Leith, and exact time of the suns rising every fifth day / exactly calculated for the latitude of 56 f. 20 m. by James Corss ...
- Edinburgh : Printed by a society of Stationers, 1663.
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