Ephe?meris: or, A diary astronomical, astrological, meteorological, for the year of our Lord, 1674

Publication Date1674
RemainderExhibiting, I. The motions, and aspects of the planets, eclipses of the sun and moon, terms, tides, planetary hour, &c. together with some of the grand ague-fits that are likely to happen in the world this year; noted in the very months they will fall in II. Some general judgments grounded on the figure of the world, eclipses, &c. and of Saturns return to Aries. III. Divers astrological experiments in the nativities--- of persons dying in child-bed----- and living with stinking breaths With an enquiry into the reasons of such astonishing and loathsome accidents, unto which humane kind is subject. Together, with a defence of Scorpio in hexameter verse over the several months of the year. By John Gadbury phlomathe?ma[t]iko, student in physick and astrologie
Extent[80] p.
Publisherprinted for the Company of Stationers


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