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  • Nine Pennyworth of Wit for A Penny, eBookOr the Most Exact and Approved Fortune Teller, ... To Which Is Added Meteorology

  • The Farmer and Gardener's Directory, eBookContaining the Most Approved Rules and Directions for Foretelling the Changes, Which Take Place in the Weather; With Observations on the Barometer, Thermometer, Hygrometer, and Rain-Guage. Third Edition

  • An Essay on the Weather, eBookWith Remarks on The Shepherd of Banbury's Rules for Judging of It's Changes; and Directions for Preserving Lives and Buildings From the Fatal Effects of Lightening. Intended Chiefly for the Use of Husbandmen. By John Mills, Esq. F. R. S. Honorary Member of the Dublin Society, of the Royal Societies of Agriculture of Paris and Rouen, of the Oeconomical Society of Berne, and of the Palatine Academy of Sciences and Belles-Lettres

    by Mills, John
  • Merlinus Anglicus Junior, eBookOr, the Starry Messenger, for the Year of Our Redemption, 1763. Being the Third After Bissextile, or Leap Year: Wherein Is Contained, I. Astronomical, Astrological, and Meteorological Observations. II. The State of the Year Deduced According to Art, From Solar Ingresses, Eclipses, Various Configurations, Aspects and Conjunctions of the Seven Planets. III. The Rising, Southing, and Setting of the Moon and Planets, and High-Water at London-Bridge. IV. Tables of the Rising, Southing, and Setting of the Seven Stars, and Other Fixed Stars of Note. A Perperual Table of the Rising and Setting of the Sun, Beginning and Ending of Twilight, and Length of the Day and Night, to Every Fifth Day Throughout the Year; With Many Other Tables Pertinent for Such A Work. All Accommodated to the Meridian of London, Whose Latitude Is 51 Degrees. 32 Minutes North, but Will Serve for Any Part of Great Britain or Ireland. The Like Not Extant. By Henry Coley, Student in the Mathematicks and the Celestial Science

    by Coley, Henry
  • Merlinus Anglicus Junior, eBookOr, the Starry Messenger, for the Year of Our Redemption, 1761. Being the First After Bissextile, or Leap Year: Wherein Is Contained, I. Astronomical, Astrological, and Meteorological Observations. II. The State of the Year Deduced According to Art, From Solar Ingresses, Eclipses, Various Configurations, Aspects and Conjunctions of the Seven Planets. III. The Rising, Southing, and Setting of the Moon and Planets, and High-Water at London-Bridge. IV. Tables of the Rising, Southing, and Setting of the Seven Stars, and Other Fixed Stars of Note. A Perpetual Table of the Rising and Setting of the Sun, Beginning and Ending of Twilight, and Length of the Day and Night; to Every Fifth Day Throughout the Year; With Many Other Tables Pertinent for Such A Work. All Accommodated to the Meridian of London, Whose Latitude Is 51 Degrees, 32 Minutes North, but Will Serve for Any Part of Great-Britain or Ireland. The Like Not Extant. By Henry Coley, Student in the Mathematicks and the Celestial Science

    by Coley, Henry