Cardines c?li: or, An appeal to the learned and experienced observers of sublunars and their vicissitudes, whether the cardinal signs of heaven are most influential upon men and things

Publication Date1685
Remainderproved by X. remarkable genitures, &c. In a reply to the learned author of Cometomanti wherein the character of Gassendus is defended; and sundry other starry truths are justified. By John Gadbury, student in physick and astrology
Extent[16], 72 p.
Publisherprinted for M.G. and sold by Daniel Brown, at the Black-Swan without Temple-Bar, Sam. Sprint, at the Bell in Little-Britain, John Guillim, within Bishops-Gate, booksellers


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