Nauticum astrologicum: or, The astrological seaman;
directing merchants, mariners, captains of ships, ensurers, &c. how (by God's blessing) they may escape divers dangers which commonly happen in the ocean. Unto which is added a diary of the weather for XXI years together, exactly observed in London, with sundry observations thereon.
Being the posthumous work of John Gadbury, late student in physick and astrology ...
|Main Author:||Gadbury, John, 1627-1704.|
London: Printed for George Sawbridge ... 1710.
> Early works to 1800.
"Something touching the Diary of the weather, by way of postscript," 5 l. at end.
Title within double line border.
Signatures: A⁴, B-R⁸.
Second edition? An edition dated 1691 is listed in Gardiner's Bibl. astrologica, but no copy is recorded in the Wing Short-title catalogue.
4 p. l., 245,  p.
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