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Author: Griffin, Anthony, Stud. in astrology.
Title: An astrological judgement touching theft wherein is demonstrated most incomparable secrets according to the best rules in art : first how to find out or discover theft or theeves ... : secondly to discover fugitives and beasts lost or strayed, &c. ... / by Anthony Griffin, stud. in astrology.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An astrological judgement touching theft wherein is demonstrated most incomparable secrets according to the best rules in art : first how to find out or discover theft or theeves ... : secondly to discover fugitives and beasts lost or strayed, &c. ... / by Anthony Griffin, stud. in astrology.
Griffin, Anthony, Stud. in astrology.

London: Printed by Peter Lillicrap, 1665.
Notes:
"A peice not before extant"
Reproduction of original in Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Astrology -- Early works to 1800.
Stealing.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A42132.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO His much Honoured Friend Mr. CHARLES CHIP, The Author wisheth all happi∣ness in this world, and Eternal fe∣licity in the world to come.
To the Judicious READER
AN Astrological Judgment Touching THEFT &c
First to know whether the Figure be ra∣dical or not.
Now I shall begin concerning Theft or any other thing lost.
Choice tokens that the Goods are not stolen.
To know in what part of the house the thing missing is in.
That the Goods are stolen.
How to find out the significator of the Thief.
A description of the Thief by Saturn in any of the 12 Signs.
Saturn in Aries.
Saturn in Taurus.
Saturn in Gemini.
Saturn in Cancer.
Saturn in Leo.
Saturn in Virgo.
Saturn in Libra.
Saturn in Scorpio.
Saturn in Sagitarius.
Saturn in Capricornus.
Saturn in Aquaries.
Saturn in Pisces.
A short description of the other Planets Jupiter, Mars, Sol Venus and Mercury.
A description of the Theif by the Moon being in any of the 12 signs.
The Marks of the Thief.
Whether the Thief be of the family of the Querent or not
Which of the house may be suspested for the Theft.
To know how many Thieves there are.
To know whether the Thief be a man or woman.
How to know the Age of the Thief.
To know whether the Thief be in town or not.
Whether the goods be with or near the Querent.
To know which way the Thief dwells from the Querent.
Tokens of the Thiefs house.
Of the distance of place.
Whether the Thief shall be known or not.
Whether the Thief hath the goods in his own keeping or to whom he hath de∣livered them.
Whether the Thief shall be taken or not?
Whether the suspected Party be guilty or not.
That the party suspected is not guilty.
Tokens that the goods lost shall be re∣covered.
The time when the goods stolen or mis∣sing shall be found.
Choice tokens that the Goods stolen shall not be recovered.
Of friendship and hatred between the querent and the thief.
Whether the Thief be beloved of his neighbours or not.
That the Querent is Thief himself.
That the Theif and querent be both in one house
Whether the Thief be married or not.
A Scheam erected concer∣ning a house Robbed in the Minories of thirty pounds-worth of Clothes the 29th of Sep∣tember 1663.
Judgment upon the foregoing figure.
Concerning the distance I thus judged.
Concerning beasts or any li∣ving thing lost or strayed.
First the beast are not stolen but strayed
That the Cattle are driven away or stolen.
Where the Beasts are.
Whether the Beasts be in the pound or no.
Whether the beast be dead or a live.
To know if the beasts be lost.
Whether the beasts shall be had again or not.
Concerning Fugitives.
How to find out the significator of a Fu∣gitive.
Whether the Fugitive will be found or come again.
Where the Fugitive is.
To know the distance between the Que∣rent and the Fugitive.
Another distance.
A Table of the Escential dignities of the Planets according to Ptolemy.
The Contents.