|Title:||A prognostication for the yere of Christ Jesus our Lord & Sauiour, 1566 wherein are declared dyuers notable thinges, as you shal perceaue by the readyng therof : whiche (if God so permit) ar like to come to passe ... / set forth by John Securis ...|
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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A prognostication for the yere of Christ Jesus our Lord & Sauiour, 1566 wherein are declared dyuers notable thinges, as you shal perceaue by the readyng therof : whiche (if God so permit) ar like to come to passe ... / set forth by John Securis ...
Imprinted at London: Thomas Marsh, 1566.
"Formerly STC 22147"--STC (2nd ed.).
Imperfect: contains Prognostication only (signatures A1-A8).
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Astrology -- Early works to 1800.
¶ Of the first part or reuo∣lution of this yere, 1566. con∣teyning the one half of ye Astronomical yere, being the .xi. day of Marche at noone, & so ending the .xiii. of Septēber, bout .viii. of ye clock after noon.
¶ Of the seconde part or reuolu∣tion conteinyng the other halfe of the Astronomical yere, which beginneth precisely, the. 13. day of September, at. 8. of the clock at nyght.