Sammelband of Fourteen British Almanacs, 1690. Octavo, including the following almanacs: 1) John Partridge's (1644-1715) Merlinus Liberatus, http://estc.bl.uk/R29094; 2) William Winstanley's (1628?-1698) The Protestant Almanack, http://estc.bl.uk/R27510; 3) Henry Coley's (1633-1695?) Nuncius Sydereus, http://estc.bl.uk/R36752; 4) Thomas Strutt's The Weavers Almanack, not in ESTC which lists a 1688 edition printed by R. Holt, this edition printed by Elizabeth Holt; 5) George Parker's (1654-1743) Mercurius Anglicanus, http://estc.bl.uk/R29088; 6) John Tanner's (fl. circa 1636-1715) Angelus Britannicus, http://estc.bl.uk/R28271; 7) Nicholas Greenwood's (fl. circa 1689) Diarium Planetarum, http://estc.bl.uk/R28985; 8) Jonathan Dove's Dove, http://estc.bl.uk/R28223; 9) John Gadbury's (1627-1704) Efemeris, or a Diary, http://estc.bl.uk/R28229; 10) Richard Saunder's (1613-1675) 1690. Apollo Anglicanus, http://estc.bl.uk/R28260; 11) William Andrews' (fl. circa 1635-1713) News from the Stars, http://estc.bl.uk/R18446; 12) John Wing's (1643-1726) Olympia Domata, http://estc.bl.uk/R28284; 13) Edward Pond's Pond an Almanack, http://estc.bl.uk/R30632; and 14) William Winstanley's (1628-1698) Poor Robin, 1690, http://estc.bl.uk/R218666; London and Cambridge imprints, all for the year 1690, many rare, most with printing in red and black, woodcuts, etc., with contemporary parchment strips used as bookmarks for each title, contemporary edge gilding, bound in modern half calf with marbled paper boards, 5 3/4 x 3 1/2 in.
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