Waterman: The sea-mans almanack and prognostication for the year of our Lord god, 1655 : Being the third from bissextile or leap-year: wherein is contained the hour and minute of full sea or high-water (for every day in the year) at all the chiefest ports in and adjoyning to these three ... (the like not set forth by any other.) Excellent tables for sea-men and others, to finde the hour of the night by the stars without an instrument; with other things of good use. Calculated for the meridian of London by Andrew Waterman mariner.
- London : printed by John Field, and sold by Thomas Vere, and Nathaniel Brook, at the Angel without Newgate, and Angel in Cornhil, 1655.
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