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Author: Scute, Cornelys.
Title: A pronostication [sic] for the yere of our Lord God M.CCCCC.xliiii practysed by the right expert doctour in astronomy and phisycke Maister Cornelys Scute ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A pronostication [sic] for the yere of our Lord God M.CCCCC.xliiii practysed by the right expert doctour in astronomy and phisycke Maister Cornelys Scute ...
Scute, Cornelys.

[London]: Imprinted at London in the Olde Bayly in Sayntpoulchres paryssh by Rychard Lant for Rychard Grafton, [1544?]
Notes:
"Cu[m] privilegio ad imprimendu[m] solu[m]"--P. [46].
Imprint from colophon.
Signatures: A-F3.
"Formerly STC 22129"--STC (2nd ed.).
Imperfect: signatures A3 and D4 lacking.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Almanacs, English.
Astrology -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A18545.0001.001

Contents
title page
¶ To the Reder.
text
¶ The Operation of the foure Eclypses of this yere.
eclipse 1
The second Eclyppes.
▪ Here after foloweth the thyrde Eclyppes of the Moone.
A fourth Eclyppes.
¶ Of sycknesses that shall reygne this yere.
¶ Of all growynge thynges
¶ Of the foure ceasons of the yere /
and fyrst of Wynter.
Of the Lent season.
Of the Somer.
Of the Haruest.
¶ Of the xii. monethes and their quarters.
Ianuary.
February.
Marche,
Apryll.
May.
Here after foloweth the moneth of Iune.
Iulius.
August.
Septembre.
October.
part
¶ Of Phillip the kynge of Spayne.
¶ Of thr Emperours maiestye.
Of the kyng of Englandes Maiestye.
¶ Of the Frenche Kynge,
¶ An aduertysement.
The nature of the twelue heuenly Sygnes.
Of Phlebotony or bloud lettinge
¶ An obseruation for Phisycke.
colophon