William Godwin's Diary

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Chamberlaine (24  October  1827) Possibly:
Chamberlaine, JosephA new almanacke and prognostication for the yeare of our Lord 1649. Being the first after besextill or leape yeare. And from the worlds creation 5598. And since the correction of the Gregorian kalendar, by Lilios 67. The astronomicall calculation, being principally referred to the meridian and latitude of Bury St. Edmunds in Suffolke, where the pole articke is elevated 52 degrees, and may serve generally for all England. Made and set forth to art by Joseph Chamberlaine, chirurgion, student in the mathematicks. 1649
WG reads at the British Museum on this date. The British Library currently holds Chamberlaine's work.

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