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The Jamaica almanack, or, An astrological diary for the year of our Lord God, 1673

The Jamaica almanack, or, An astrological diary for the year of our Lord God, 1673

calculated particularly for the noble island of Jamaica ... with an astrological discourse touching the growing greatness of that excellent, temperate and fruitful island ...

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Published by Printed by John Darby for the Company of Stationers in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Almanacs, English.,
  • Ephemerides.,
  • Astrology -- Early works to 1800.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesJamaica almanack, Astrological diary for the year of our Lord, 1673, Jamaica almanack., Astrological diary for the year of our Lord, 1673.
    Statementby John Gadbury.
    GenreEarly works to 1800.
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1471:6.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[60] p.
    Number of Pages60
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16713014M

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The Jamaica almanack, or, An astrological diary for the year of our Lord God, calculated particularly for the noble island of Jamaica with an astrological discourse touching the growing greatness of that excellent, temperate and fruitful island.

The Jamaica almanack, or, An astrological diary for the year of our Lord God, by John Gadbury 1 edition - first published in Not in Library. Gadbury's title reads, The Jamaica Almanack: or, an Astrological Diary for the Year of our Lord God Calculated Or for the Noble Island of Jamaica, But is of use to those that inhabit the Barbado's, and other adjacent Islands in the West-Indies, under or Dominion of His Majesty of Great Britain.

The Jamaica Almanack, Or, an Astrological Diary for the Year of Our Lord God, Calculated Particularly for the Noble Island of Jamaica with an Astrological Discourse Touching the Growing Greatness of That Excellent and Fruitful Island () John Gadbury. Dove speculum anni á partu virginis MDCLXVII, or, an almanack for the year of our Lord God Cambridge, Duffy, Eamon.

The Jamaica Almanack. London, Gadbury, John. The West India or Jamaica Alamanack. London, An Astrological Diary of the Seventeenth Century: Samuel Jeake of Rye, –Cited by: Buy john gadbury Books at Shop amongst our popular books, includ Nauticum astrologicum, Ephemerides of the Celestial Motions and Aspects, Eclipses of the Luminaries, &c.

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The first production (except for a broadside) of printing in British North America was an almanac for the year One of the best colonial almanacs was the Astronomical Diary and Almanack begun by Nathaniel Ames Ames, Nathaniel, –64, American almanac maker, b.

Bridgewater, Mass. An astrological diary of the seventeenth century: Samuel in A copy of a letter sent to the right reverend father in God, Edward Lord Bishop of Glocester, from a clergy-man of (), interleaving between sigs. B4–B5, Folger Shakespeare Library, V.a–20; idem, in Thomas Gallen, Almanack (), sig.

[B]r, British Library. The Almanac was prepared during the prior year, (for example the Almanac for was prepared in late ) so that the information would be available to the readers on January 1st, much like our modern calendars.

The Almanacs contained blank pages which were intended to be used as a diary during the year. English: Fleuron from book: A double ephemeris for the year of our Lord Or the heliocentrical and geocentrical motions and aspects of the planets, Exactly calculated for the Meridian of the City of London.

With a Compleat Tide-Table, shewing the Exact Times of High Water at London-Bridge, the Equation of Time for Regulating Clocks and. The country almanack, for the year,being bissextile, or leap-year: suited to the several capacities, humours, and occasions of gentlemen, scholars, travellers, and husband men, &c.

and accompanied with remarks in verse, upon every month in the year, pleasant, and not scurrilous: to which are subjoyned, many additionals, old and new, delightful to be read and useful to be known.

The year book of daily recreation and information: concerning remarkable men and manners, times and seasons, solemnities and merry-makings, antiquities and novelties, on the plan of the every-day book and table book, or everlasting calendar of popular amusements, sports, pastimes, ceremonies, customs, and events, incident to each of the three.

The moment you meet a Jamaican you will quickly discover that we are a passionate and expressive bunch, especially when we do so in the lovely Jamaican patois.

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The following are some commonly used Jamaican slang terms and their meanings. A History of Jamaica from Its Discovery by Christopher Columbus to the Year Including an Account of Its Trade and Agriculture; Sketches of the Manners, Habits, and Customs of All Classes of Its Inhabitants; and a Narrative of the Progress of Religion and Education in the Island By W.

Gardner Frank Cass, Let us give thanks for all God’s goodness and the wonderful heritage into which we have entered: Response to each petition: We give thee thanks, O God. For Jamaica, our island home, the land of our birth – RESPONSE For the majesty of our hills, the beauty of our valleys, and the flaming loveliness of our.

The technique exists, just as mundane astrology and the study of planetary cycles are there to explain world events located in space and time.

Therefore, these pages give the natal chart of "Jamaica" with the position of planets, signs and houses, as well as the graphs of the dominants and planetary distributions. An almanack of the cœlestiall motions, aspects and eclipses, etc.

for the year of our Lord God, MDCXCIV, and of the world, ; being the second after bissextile or leap year, and of the reign of their Majesties William and Mary, King and Queen of Great Brittain, France and Ireland etc.

(which began Feb. 13, ,9.) the sixth year.Other articles where Astronomical Diary and Almanack is discussed: almanac: the best of which, the Astronomical Diary and Almanack, was begun by Nathaniel Ames of Dedham, Mass., in and published until Benjamin Franklin’s brother James printed The Rhode Island Almanac inand Benjamin Franklin (under the nom de plume of Richard Saunders) began his Poor Richard’s almanacs.The Problem of Freedom: Race, Labor, and Politics in Jamaica and Britain, (Johns Hopkins Studies in Atlantic History and Culture) Thomas C.

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