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Author: Jones, Thomas, 1648-1713.
Title: An astrological speculation of the late prodigy. Or A clear discovery of the approaching miseries signified by that comet, or blazing star which hath so long been visible, to several countries and nations in November, December and January; in the year 1680. Being a full account of the manner or nature of its effects, and in what countries they'l be exhibited. Also the true way of judging the effects, of all other comets, and such apparitions, carefully collected from the best experimental judgments of the choicest aphorisms, and according to their fundamental, and methodical rules; now in a seasonable time manifested in a plain and homely stile; fit for the understanding of mean capacities. By Thomas Jones a lover of learning, and student in astrology; & autodidactus.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An astrological speculation of the late prodigy. Or A clear discovery of the approaching miseries signified by that comet, or blazing star which hath so long been visible, to several countries and nations in November, December and January; in the year 1680. Being a full account of the manner or nature of its effects, and in what countries they'l be exhibited. Also the true way of judging the effects, of all other comets, and such apparitions, carefully collected from the best experimental judgments of the choicest aphorisms, and according to their fundamental, and methodical rules; now in a seasonable time manifested in a plain and homely stile; fit for the understanding of mean capacities. By Thomas Jones a lover of learning, and student in astrology; & autodidactus.
Jones, Thomas, 1648-1713.

London: printed for the author, and are sold by him, in Pauls Alley, in Redcross-Street, 1681.
Alternate titles: Astrological speculation of the late prodigy Clear discovery of the approaching miseries signified by that comet, or blazing star To know the significations or effects of comets or blazing stars by those following rules of art viz.
Notes:
Caption title on p. 1: To know the significations or effects of comets or blazing stars by those following rules of art viz. ..
With "Advertisements" for Jones's Welch almanacs on pp. 8-10.
Reproduction of the original in St. Davids University College Library, Lampeter, Wales.
Subject terms:
Astrology -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A47075.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Courteous Reader.
To his Friend the Author
The Authors Imploration of Divine Assistance in this Work.
excerpt from du Bartas
To know the significations or Effects of Comets or Blazing Stars by those following Rules of Art viz.
To know the signification or Effects of this Comet by its moving in Signs.
To know the significations or Effects of this Comet by its Colour and Complexion.
To know in what parts of the World the Effects of this Comet will be Exhibited.
A Catalogue of those Countries I shall give as followeth.
part
ADVERTISEMENTS
To all Booksellers and all other Dealers that deal or shall deal in Welch Almanacks within the Kingdom of England and the Do∣minion of Wales.
Faithful Reader,
TO all Dealers that deal or shall deal with John Braynton, or John Jackson partners and Haberdashers of small Ware, at the sign of the George in Cateaten Street, London.