Inside front cover: Explanation, including a legend defining all the symbols used in the book.
Page 1: Title, Introduction, British Summer Time, publisher.
Pgs 2-25: The monthly pages.
- The left-hand (even) pages have daily Sidereal time, Sun's daily longitude & declination, the moon's longitude & declination given twice daily, along with the moon's latitude & mean node (daily). At the bottom of the left hand page, latitude & declination every third day for Mercury, Venus, Mars & Jupiter.
- The right hand pages have daily longitudes for Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune & Pluto, as well as latitude & declination every third day for Saturn, Uranus, Neptune & Pluto. On the right side of the right hand page, the moon's daily aspects. In the lower right corner, mutual (planet to planet) aspects. New moon, full moon, 1st & last quarters, eclipes, are given in the very tops & bottoms of the pages. Eclipses are marked by symbols in the aspectarian section.
After the monthly pages:
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- Pgs. 26-28: Daily motions of Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus & Mars.
- Pgs. 29-37: A complete aspectarian for 2014, using a 24 hour clock (GMT). Aspects are graded: Good, fairly good, bad, fairly bad, doubtful.
- Pgs. 38-39: Distances apart (in declination) of all conjunctions & oppositions in 2014.
- Pg. 39: Phenomena in 2014.
- Pg. 40: Local mean time of Sunrise, for all Sundays in 2014, for northern latitudes 60, 55, 50, 40, 30, 20, 10, and the equator, and for southern latitudes 10, 20, 30, 40, 50. Sunrises times for London are also included.
- Pg. 41: Local mean times for Sunset, details as with sunrise.
- Pgs. 42-43: Placidus tables of houses for London (51 degrees, 32 minutes north).
- Pgs. 44-45: Placidus tables of houses for Liverpool (53 degrees, 25 minutes north).
- Pgs. 46-47: Placidus tables of houses for New York (40 degrees, 43 minutes north).
- Pg. 48: Proportional logarithms.
- Inside back cover: Times when the sun, moon & planets enter the signs of the zodiac in 2014. Ingreses are also given in the aspectarian.