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The Oxford almanack for the year of our Lord God 1677
|Other titles||The Oxford almanack|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1322:44|
|The Physical Object|
Telescopium Uranicum, or, An almanack and prognostication for the year of Christs incarnation MDCLXII being the second after bissextile or leap-year, and from the creation of the world according to the computation of the late excellent mathematician John Kepler , and of the Julian period , but after the most rational calculation of the. Courten’s early life (–) Courten’s family had seen a spectacular rise and fall in their fortunes. Courten’s grandfather, Sir William Courten (–) was a very successful merchant-trader and financier, whose fortunes were eclipsed towards the end of his life. 6 The financial problems were inherited by Sir William’s son, also named William, who had married in Cited by: 4.
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Get this from a library. The Oxford almanack for the year of our Lord God [Maurice Wheeler]. The country almanack, for the year,being bissextile, or leap-year: suited to the several capacities, humours, and occasions of gentlemen, scholars, travellers, and husband men, &c.
and accompanied with remarks in verse, upon every month in the year, pleasant, and not scurrilous: to which are subjoyned, many additionals, old and new, delightful to be read and useful to be known.
Full text of "An Almanack for the Year of our Lord" See other formats. Get this from a library. White, A new almanack, for the year of our Lord God, By Tho. White. [Thomas White]. The Oxford Almanack For the Year of our Lord God MDCCXXXV George Vertue Copper engraving Oxford, Image x mm, Sheet x mm.
An Almanack for the Year of Our Lord God (Cambridge, ) Proctor, Robert. A Critical Edition of the Private Diaries of Robert Proctor: The Life of a Librarian at the British Museum, ed. Bowman, J. (Lampeter: The Edwin Mellen Press, )Cited by: 1. Pond an almanack for the year of our Lord God Being the 3d after bissextile or leap-year, and from the worlds creation at the sprint year Cambridge: Printed by John Hayes, printer to.
92 Robert Markham's interleaved diary within Gadbury, John, Ephemeris: or, a Diary Astronomical, Astrological, Meterological, for the Year of our Lord, (London, ), BL Add MS ; “Pocket-book of Anthony Hammond,” written on the blank pages in The Ladies Diary: or, the Woman's Almanack, for the Year of our Lord, (London, The Jamaica Almanack, Or, an Astrological Diary for the Year of Our Lord God, Calculated Particularly for the Noble Island of Jamaica with an Astrological Discourse Touching the Growing Greatness of That Excellent and Fruitful Island () Ephemeris, Or, a Diary Astronomical and Astrological for the Year of Our Lord, Being.
The Oxford Almanack [for the Year of Our Lord God, MDCCXL Jesus College] Copper engraving George Vertue Image x mm, Sheet x.
Full text of "Financial reform almanack and year book" See other formats. Our Pharisaism; a sermon Parochial sermons (Sermons during the season from Advent to Whitsuntide) () —vol.
The real presence of the body and blood of our Lord Jesus Christ the doctrine of the English Church Life, by H. Almanack and pronostication. of Iaspar Laet. Of the yare, of our Lord God. In this almanacke ye shall fynde all the Epystles and Gospels of euery Sondaye and holy daye: Lake, CLement, d.
The Calendar - Primitive Almanacs. It was a custom in ancient Rome, one which came down from a very early period, to proclaim the first of the month, and affix a notice of its occurrence on a public place, that the people might be apprised of the religious festivals in which they would have to bear a part.
Speculum anni aÌ partu virginis or An almanack for the yeare of our Lord God Being the third after bissextile, or leap-yeare: and for the worlds creationcalculated properly for the famous universitie and town of Cambridge, where the pole is elevated 52 degr.
17 : () Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Pond's almanack for the yeare of our Lord Christ by Pond, Edward, d.
[S.l.]: Printed by R. Daniel, Bib Name / Number:Wing / A Copy from: British Library. An almanack and prognostication for the yeare of our Lord God by Wing, Vincent, The speech which the Speaker of the House of Commons made unto the King in the House of Lords, at his passing of the bills therein mentioned, the of August in the year of our Lord Grimston, Harbottle, Sir, /  The speech made to Sir John Greenvile by Sir Harbot.
Our King and Queen, the Lord-God blesse, The Paltzgrave, and the Lady Besse, And God blesse every living thing lord bishop of Oxford, Memorandum he predicted the great comete which appeared in anno Dominiin his almanackwhich was the last that he wrote himselfe with his owne hands; for afterwards he fell blind.
Memorandum. He has published articles on various aspects of early modern England including popular preaching, manor courts and economic distress, and a book on God, Duty and Community in English Economic Life, – ().
His current research focuses on writing practices, poor relief, petitioning and the aftermath of the Glorious by: 3. Benjamin Franklin was born on Milk Street, in Boston, Massachusetts, on Januand baptized at Old South Meeting House.
He was one of seventeen children born to Josiah Franklin, and one of ten born by Josiah's second wife, Abiah Folger; the daughter of Peter Foulger and Mary Benjamin's siblings were his older brother James and his younger sister Jane.This material may have been that incorporated into Gadbury’s later denunciation of Partridge, A Reply to that Pernicious and Scandalous Libel Lately Printed in Holland in an Almanack for Year, (London, ), 33–45, which argued that the conjunction presaged good fortune for Rome and England.
(The conjunction was in trine, a favorable Cited by: 2.else) we must; have failed the next year. But God be praised for thus much good fortune, and send us the continuance of his favour in other things! 6th. After dinner my wife and brother [John Pepys, who, being in holy orders, had lately assumed the canonical habit.
He died inat which period he held some office in the Trinity-house.