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Street(e) (o Strate), Thomas [1621-1689]. A compleat ephemeris for the year of Christ 1682 containing all the heliocentrical and geocentrical places and aspects of the planets, lunations, eclipses and quarterly ingresses, most exactly calculated: with astrological observations thereon, referred to the zenith of the famous city of London, but generally useful to England, Scotland, Ireland, &c., the onely exact ephemeris extant for this year: to which is added, a most easy and perspicuous correction of the calendar, according to the middle motions of the sun and moon forever: also a demonstration of the true and natural causes of the flux and reflux of the seas. By Thomas Streete. London, printed by Hen. Hill for the Company of Stationers, 1682.

In 8° (15 cm), A-C4, cc. [24]. Vedi l’edizione del 1653, descritta nella scheda n. 7745, e quella che segue. Titolo (in cornice) stampato come il calendario in rosso e nero. Schemi astrologici incisi nel testo.

Esemplari: University of London; Manchester University; Cambridge University; British Library; Edinburgh University; Bodleian Library, Oxford; Queen’s College, Oxford; Jesus College, Oxford (3); Yale University; Harvard University; University of Illinois; American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia; Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington.

Bibliografia: Capp p. 380; Houzeau-Lancaster 15345.