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Old Moore’s Almanac.
This began in 1697 as a weather prognostication almanac for farmers put out by Francis Moore. In 1700 for the year 1701, Moore shifted the emphasis to astrology under the titles Vox Stellarum: A Loyal Almanack, Old Moore: An Almanack, and Old Moore: An Ancient Almanac, Offering Astrological Forces and Determinants. Various name changes over the years but the journal was always popularly referred to by some variant of Old Moore’s. A monthly companion, Old Moore’s Monthly Messenger, was started in 1907.
|Issues:||Moores Almanac V205 1902|
|Moores Almanac V208 1905|
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