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Author: Kirby, Richard, b. 1649.
Title: Vates astrologicus, or, England's astrological prophet, fortelling what is likely to befall Great-Britain and Ireland, particularly the great and famous city of London as also France, Holland, Spain, Germany, Poland, Italy, Sicily, Apalia, Bohemia, Turkey, and indeed all Europe, but more especially the see of Rome, for twenty years together, beginning March 10, 1683, and ending March 10, 1702 : likewise astrological judgments of the effects of that famous triple conjunction of Saturn and Jupiter, being thrice repeated in that regal sign Leo, the great dignities of the Sun and Jupiter : also some remarks upon the eclipses, and more especially upon that great and famous visible eclipse of the sun, July 2, 1684 : with twenty years predictions from some of the most eminent mutual aspects of the planets, and eclipses of the luminaries, and annual revolutions of the sun : here are also many hieroglyphicks representing the future state and changes of the world : to which is added a treatise of the pestilence, both for the prevention and cure thereof / by Richard Kirby.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Vates astrologicus, or, England's astrological prophet, fortelling what is likely to befall Great-Britain and Ireland, particularly the great and famous city of London as also France, Holland, Spain, Germany, Poland, Italy, Sicily, Apalia, Bohemia, Turkey, and indeed all Europe, but more especially the see of Rome, for twenty years together, beginning March 10, 1683, and ending March 10, 1702 : likewise astrological judgments of the effects of that famous triple conjunction of Saturn and Jupiter, being thrice repeated in that regal sign Leo, the great dignities of the Sun and Jupiter : also some remarks upon the eclipses, and more especially upon that great and famous visible eclipse of the sun, July 2, 1684 : with twenty years predictions from some of the most eminent mutual aspects of the planets, and eclipses of the luminaries, and annual revolutions of the sun : here are also many hieroglyphicks representing the future state and changes of the world : to which is added a treatise of the pestilence, both for the prevention and cure thereof / by Richard Kirby.
Kirby, Richard, b. 1649.

London: Printed for Thomas Malthus, 1683.
Notes:
Errata: p. [4].
Reproduction of original in Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Astrology -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain -- History -- Prophecies.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A47492.0001.001

Contents
frontispiece
title page
publisher's advertisement
TO THE IMPARTIAL and UNDERSTANDING READER.
ERRATA.
illustrations
England's Astrological-Prophet.
Astrological Judgments for the Year 1683.
Astrological Judgments for the Year 1684.
Astrological Judgments for the Year 1685.
Astrological Judgments for the Year 1686.
Astrological Judgments for the Year 1687.
Astrological Judgments for the Year 1688.
Astrological Judgments for the Year 1689.
Astrological Judgments for the Year 1690.
Astrological Judgments for the Year 1691.
Astrological Judgments for the Year 1692.
Astrological Judgments for the Year 1693.
Astrological Judgments for the Year 1694.
Astrological Judgments for the Year 1695.
Astrological Judgments for the Year 1696.
Astrological Judgments for the Year 1697.
Astrological Judgments for the Year 1698.
Astrological Judgments for the Year 1699.
Astrological Judgments for the Year 1700.
Astrological Judgments for the Year 1701.
Here followeth a Treatise of the Pestibence, both for Pre∣vention and Cure thereof, &c.