Astrolabes Early Works To 1800 : Astrolabium vranicum generale : A necessary and pleasaunt solace and recreation for nauigators in their long iorneying, containing the vse of an instrument or generall astrolabe: newly for them deuised by the author, to bring them skilfully acquainted with all the planets starres, and constellacions of the heauens ... In which, agreeable to the hipothesis of Nicolaus Copernicus, the starry firmament is appointed perpetually fixed and the earth and his horizons continually mouing from west towards the east once about euery 24 houres. Fraught also by new deuise with all such necessary supplements for iudiciall astrology, as Alkabitius & Claudius Dariottus haue deliuered by their tables. Wherevnto for their further delight he hath anexed another inuention, expressing in one face the whole globe terrestriall; with the two great english voyages lately performed round about the world. Compyled by Iohn Blagraue of Reading Gentleman, the same wellwiller to the mathematicks. Anno. 1596.; Blagrave, John,
Astrolabes Exhibitions : Early gearing : geared mechanisms in the ancient and mediaeval world / J.V. Field & M.T. Wright.; Field, Judith Veronica,
Astrologers England : The Character of a quack-astrologer, or, The spurious prognosticator anatomiz'd
Astrologers England Biography Early Works To 1800 : The nativity of Mr. Will. Lilly astrologically performed : shewing how he hath lived, and what death he may probably die. For the satisfaction of astrologers and others. Published to the world by James Blackwel, student in astrology and physick.; Blackwel, James.
Astrologers England Controversial Literature : Obsequium rationabile, or, A reasonable service performed for the celestial sign scorpio : in xx remarkable genitures of that glorious but stigmatized horoscope : against the malitious and false attempts of that grand (but fortunate) imposter, Mr. William Lilly / by John Gadbury ...; Gadbury, John,
Astrologers England Poetry Early Works To 1800 : Lilly lash't vvith his ovvn rod. : Or, an epigram on the quaint skill of that arch temporizing astrologer Mr. William Lilly. Collected out of his almanacks, from 1647, to this present year, 1660.
Astrology 17th Cenutury Early Works To 1800 : The famous Millainese astrologer his prophecies and predictions for the year 1700. : Being more esteemed of beyond sea, then Man in Scotland, Partridge in England, or Whaley in Ireland.
Astrology And Politics : Astrological predictions on the affairs of the English commonwealth & of most Kingdoms in Christendome for this present year 1659 : wherein is demonstrated the lawfulness of astrology and judgeing the power of this nation to stand firm, fixt and unshaken and from good grounds in art : also his judgement of the suns ingress into Aries and of the three eclipses : here is inserted some horary questions to declare the lawfulness of this art / by John Russel, student in astrology.; Russell, John.
Astrology Celtic : Fiery shapes [electronic resource] : celestial portents and astrology in Ireland and Wales 700-1700 / Mark Williams.; Williams, Mark.
Astrology Controversial Literature Early Works To 1800 : Astrologomania: the madnesse of astrologers. Or An examination of Sir Christopher Heydons booke, intituled A defence of iudiciarie astrologie. Written neere vpon twenty yeares ago, by G.C. And by permission of the author set forth for the vse of such as might happily be misled by the Knights booke. Published by T.V. B. of D..; Carleton, George,
Astrology English 17th Century : Lilly's strange and wonderful prophecy : being a relation of many universal accidents that will come to pass in the year 1681. According to the prognostications of the celestial bodies, as well in this our English nation, as in parts beyond the seas : with a sober caution to all by speedy repentance to avert the judgments that are impendent. As likewise a strange and wonderful discovery at a place called Leek, in Stafford-shire : by men digging in the earth for stones to pave two streets, where they found a pavement of smooth stone, several pots of ashes and mens bones ... as also an account of the great stream of light, by some termed a blazing-star, which was seen in the south-west on Saturday and Sunday the 11th and 12th of this instant December, between six and seven in the evening, with sever judicial opinions and conjectures upon the same.; Lilly, William,
Astrology Humour Periodicals Early Works To 1800 : The infallible astrologer: or, Mr. Silvester Partrige's prophesie and predictions of what shall infallibly happen in, and about the Cities of London and Westminster, for every day this week..