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Daniel, Humphry [XVII secolo]. Daniel 1654 an almanack for the year of mans redemption, 1654: being the record after the bissextile, wherein the various habitudes, passions and configurations of the cælestial bodyes, are artificially demonstrated: also the authors judgement of the weather, according to the force, and powerful commixtion of natural causes, Composed by Humphry Daniel Mathematician for the Meridian of Great Britain Stately Metropolis The City London, where the Pole Artique is elevated 51 degree 32 minutes. Annus praeteritus cedit novo. London, Printed by T.W. for The Company of Stationers, 1654.

In 8°, cc. [22]. Titolo in cornice xilografica, stampato in rosso e nero, come il calendario.

Esemplari (non esaustivamente): Bodleian Library, Oxford.

Bibliografia: Capp p. 357 (cita almanacchi di Daniel editi negli anni 1651, 1652, 1654 e 1656).

Altre edizioni:

- 1652, London: Printed by T.W. for the Company of Stationers, in 8°, cc. [20]; in 2 parti, la seconda delle quali ha i seguenti dati editoriali: London: Printed by T. Fawcet for the Company of Stationers. Esemplare dell’University of Chicago;

- 1656, London: Printed by T.W. for the Company of Stationers, in 8°, cc. [22]; in 2 parti, la seconda delle quali ha i seguenti dati editoriali: London: Printed by T. Fawcet for the Company of Stationers. Esemplare della Bodleian Library, Oxford.