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Context of Time's telescope universal and perpetual, fitted for all countries and capacities : containing perpetual tables, fitted to the old and new stile; shewing the movable and fixed feasts, the rising and setting of the sun and moon; and how to find the moon's place at any time proposed: also the changes and eclipses calculated for thirty years; with rules to find them for ever, according to the middle motion of the sun and moon. Also the magnitudes and distances of the planets; and a brief discourse of all kinds of meteors, or appearances in the heavens; natural prognosticks of the weather: with a general view of the four parts of the world. To the whole is added, a short description of time and how it ought to be redeem'd
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