Almanacs English Poetry 17th Century : Englands monethly observations and predictions, for the yeare of our blessed Saviour, 1653 : Fore-told by those two famous astrologers of our age, Mr. William Lilly, and Mr. Culpeper. The tune is. Faire angel of England.; Lilly, William,
Almanacs English Poetry 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : Englands monethly observations and predictions, for the yeare of our blessed Saviour, 1653. : Fore-told by those two famous astrologers of our age, Mr. William Lilly, and Mr. Culpeper. The tune is. Faire angel of England.; Lilly, William,
Almanacs Irish 17th Century : Hiberniæ Merlinus for the year of our Lord 1683. Being the first from bissextil or leap year. : Containing the constitutions of the air, the rising and setting of the sun, the tides, the terms and their returns, with many other useful observations, fitted to the longitude and latitude of all places within this kingdom of Ireland, and the western parts of England. With a chronology of all the chief governours from the 1th of Henry the 2d 1172 to this present year 1682, with many other remarkable observations and useful tables, with additions. With high-ways, fairs and markets: / John Bourke philomath.; Bourke, John,
Almanacs Massachusetts Early Works To 1800 : The New-England almanack for the year of our Lord, 1686, and of the world, 5635, since the planting of Massachusets Colony in New-England, 58, since the found of Harv. Coll., 44 : whereof the golden number, epact and cycle of the sun are 13 and the dominicall letters C B being in our account the third from leap year. Kindly offering unto its country a particular prospect of the places of the planets, with the new-moons and other caelestial configurations and principall aspects, as also the moons, latitude, apogee and perigee, with the time of the rising and setting of both the luminarves and the hours and minutes of twilight ... with a brief register of severall memorable events of Providence in New-England / by S. D. Philomath.; Danforth, Samuel,
Almanacs Scottish 17th Century Humour : A prognostication for the year 1699, after a new fashion. : Wherein the reader will see (if he be not blind) many things as wisely observed, as by other star-gazers. Being the third after bissextile or leap year. Calculated for the meridian of Scotland, and may serve, without sensible error, for any other country besided, where they understand the English tongue. / By Merry Andrew a well-wisher to the mathematicks.; Merry Andrew.
Almonde Philips Van 1644 1711 : An Account of the late great victory, obtained at sea, against the French : by Their Majesties fleet, commanded in chief by Admiral Russell, and the Dutch commanded by Admiral Allemond, near the Cape of Barsteur in May, 1692.
Almshouses Early Works To 1800 : A model of government for the good of the poor, and the wealth of the nation : with such a method and inspection that frauds, corruption in officers, abuses to the poor, ill administration of materials, &c. therein may be prevented : the stock rais'd and preserved, all poor people and their children for ever comfortably provided for, all idle hands employed, all oppressed parishes eased, all beggars and vagrants for the future restrained, poor prisoners for debt relieved and malefactors reclaimed, to their own comfort, God's glory and the kingdoms wealth and honour : humbly offered to the consideration of the great wisdom of the nation, viz. His Most Excellent Majesty and both houses of Parliament / by R. Haines ...; Haines, Richard,
Almshouses Great Britain : Bread for the poor, or, Observations upon certain proposals lately offered to the Kings Majesty and both Houses of Parliament : with some additional considerations tending to inriching of the nation ... : whereby all poor people, women and children from five years old may be comfortably employ'd to get their own livings, beggars and vagrants restrain'd, the parish charges for the poor lightned, and consequently your lands improved, rents raised ... and tradesmen encouraged, and many hundred thousand pounds a year kept at home which now goes out of the kingdom to French and other forraign commodities / by Philo-Anglicus.; Philo-Anglicus.
Almshouses Law And Legislation England : An ordinance for the continuance and maintenance of the alms-houses & alms-men called Poor Knights, and other charitable and pious uses, whereof the late dean and canons of Windsor were feoffees in trust; England and Wales.