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Author: Heath, Thomas, astronomer.
Title: A manifest and apparent confutation of an astrological discourse, lately published to the discomfort (without cause) of the weake and simple sort, as will by the sequel of that which foloweth, euidently appeare. With a briefe prognostication, or astrologicall prediction, of the coniunction of the two superiour planets, Saturn and Iupiter: which shalbe in the year of our Lord God 1583 the 29. of Aprill, at three of the clocke in the morning. VVritten the 25. of March by Thomas Heth, Master of Art.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A manifest and apparent confutation of an astrological discourse, lately published to the discomfort (without cause) of the weake and simple sort, as will by the sequel of that which foloweth, euidently appeare. With a briefe prognostication, or astrologicall prediction, of the coniunction of the two superiour planets, Saturn and Iupiter: which shalbe in the year of our Lord God 1583 the 29. of Aprill, at three of the clocke in the morning. VVritten the 25. of March by Thomas Heth, Master of Art.
Heath, Thomas, astronomer.

[London]: Printed by Robert Walde-graue, dwelling in Foster Lane, ouer against Gold-smiths Hal, at the signe of the George. By the assent of Richard VVatkins, [1583]
Alternate titles: Manifest and apparent confutation of an astrological discourse Manifest and apparent confutation of an astrological discourse, lately published to the discomfort (without cause) of the weake and simple sort, as will by the sequel of that which foloweth, evidently appeare. Confutation of an astrologicall discourse.
Notes:
A reply to: Harvey, Richard. An astrological discourse upon the great and notable conjunction of the two superiour planets, Saturne & Jupiter, which shall happen the 28. day of April, 1583.
Signatures: [A] B-E F2.
The first leaf is blank except for signature-mark "A".
Running title reads: A confutation of an astrologicall discourse.
This edition has B1r catchword: Lastly,.
Quire [A] and B1r are reimposed from STC 13255.
Identified as STC 13255 on UMI microfilm reel 345.
Reproductions of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Appears at reel 345 and at reel 1960 (same copy filmed twice).
Subject terms:
Harvey, Richard, -- 1560-1623?. -- Astrological discourse upon the great and notable conjunction of the two superiour planets, Saturne & Jupiter, which shall happen the 28. day of April, 1583 -- Controversial literature.
Astrology -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A03125.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Epistle to the Reader.
TO THE RIGHT VVORSHIPFVLL Sir George Carey, Knight, and Knight MARSHALL OF HER MAIE∣sties most Honorable houshold: THOMAS HETH vvisheth long life vvith much fe∣licitie.