By astrologer John Booker.
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Booker, John, 1603-1667.
Telescopium uranicum repurgatum & limatum. Or Physical, astrological, and meteorological observations for the year of Christ’s incarnation M. DC. LXVII. being the third after bissextile or leap-year. And from the creation of the world according to the computations of John Baptista Marinus 5635 John Kepler 5660 the Julian period 6380 years. Wherein (from the suns ingresse into the four cardinal points, the eclipses of the luminaries, the conjunctions and radiations of the planets, and other cælestial appearances and phænomena’s) is probably conjectured (not positively concluded) the temperament, constitution and inclination of the air, astral predictions, and other useful and necessary tables therein inserted, calculated and composed for the late flourishing (now desolate) city of London, whose latitude is 51d. 32m. longitude 24d. 20m. with some memoires touching the late dreadful fire. By John Booker philouranos, student in astrology & physick. The seven and thirtieth impression. Et ætatis suæ 66.
Cum privilegio & gratia Regiæ Majestatis.
London : printed by E[llen]. Cotes for the Company of Stationers, 
8vo.,  p. : ill. ;
Variant Title: Physical, astrological, and meteorological observations for the year of Christ’s incarnation 1667
Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), A1353
Published annually from 1659 to 1667; the edition for 1660 is labeled 'thirtieth impression' with the subsequent years numbered sequentially.
Chart showing the number of references in each month of the diary’s entries.