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Author: Silvester, John, 17th cent.
Title: Astrological and theological observations and predictions for the year of our Lord 1700. Wherein are briefly shewn as well the judgements and opinions of several wise men concerning this present year and other years as his own judgment with the signification of the eclipses of this present year. With monthly observations for every month of this present year briefly containing the most remarkable events that are likely to happen in England and other places, and the most likely days for rain and change of vveather and other things worthy of observation. The lofy heavenes by their whirling motion ... behold the day star in their hearts to rise. Psal. 19.1 ... 2 Pet. 1.19. By John Silvester student in astrology.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Astrological and theological observations and predictions for the year of our Lord 1700. Wherein are briefly shewn as well the judgements and opinions of several wise men concerning this present year and other years as his own judgment with the signification of the eclipses of this present year. With monthly observations for every month of this present year briefly containing the most remarkable events that are likely to happen in England and other places, and the most likely days for rain and change of vveather and other things worthy of observation. The lofy heavenes by their whirling motion ... behold the day star in their hearts to rise. Psal. 19.1 ... 2 Pet. 1.19. By John Silvester student in astrology.
Silvester, John, 17th cent.

Bristol: printed for the author and are sold by W. Bonny near the Tolsey, [1699]
Alternate titles: Astrological observations, for the year 1700.
Notes:
Publication date from Wing.
Running title reads: Astrological observations, for the year 1700.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Astrology -- Early works to 1800.
Ephemerides -- Early works to 1800.
Prophecies -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A24777.0001.001

Contents
title page
Astrological and Theological, OBSERVATIONS AND PREDICTIONS For the Year of our LORD, 1700.
Concerning the Roman Empire
Concerning the Turkish Empire.
Of the Four Principal causes of Religious Differences.
A Short Song of the true Christians or wise Virgins.
I shall shall now proceed to give my Astrological Judgments for this present Year 1700.
Of the ECLIPSES, of this present YEAR, 1700.
Monthly Observation for every Month, this present Year 1700.
January's Observations.
February's Observation.
March's Observations.
April's Observations.
May's Observations
June's Observations.
July's Observations
August's Observations
September's Observations.
October's Observation
November's Observations.
December's Obsevations
Per Coacervationem propositionum Dialecticae.
Per cauas & Effectus
per tertam syllogismi figuram.
Per Enthynema in these following Verses.