APA Citation

Andrews, W. (1715). Great news from the stars: Or, an ephemeris for the year 1715. With Observations upon the Eclipses, Solar Ingresses and Configurations of Heaven, happening therein. Being the Third since the Bissextile or Leap-Year, according to the Julian or Old Account. And from the Creation of the World, according to the best of History, 5664 Years. Wherein You have an Account of many Things about the Heavenly Bodies, and their Portents in the same year. By William Andrews, Student in Astrology. London: printed by J. Wilde, for the Company of Stationers.

Chicago Style Citation

Andrews, William. Great News From the Stars: Or, an Ephemeris for the Year 1715. With Observations Upon the Eclipses, Solar Ingresses and Configurations of Heaven, Happening Therein. Being the Third Since the Bissextile or Leap-Year, According to the Julian or Old Account. And From the Creation of the World, According to the Best of History, 5664 Years. Wherein You Have an Account of Many Things About the Heavenly Bodies, and Their Portents in the Same Year. By William Andrews, Student in Astrology. London: printed by J. Wilde, for the Company of Stationers, 1715.

MLA Citation

Andrews, William. Great News From the Stars: Or, an Ephemeris for the Year 1715. With Observations Upon the Eclipses, Solar Ingresses and Configurations of Heaven, Happening Therein. Being the Third Since the Bissextile or Leap-Year, According to the Julian or Old Account. And From the Creation of the World, According to the Best of History, 5664 Years. Wherein You Have an Account of Many Things About the Heavenly Bodies, and Their Portents in the Same Year. By William Andrews, Student in Astrology. London: printed by J. Wilde, for the Company of Stationers, 1715.

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