|Author:||Lilly, William, 1602-1681.|
|Title:||A groats worth of wit for a penny, or, The interpretation of dreams ... by Mr. Lilly.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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A groats worth of wit for a penny, or, The interpretation of dreams ... by Mr. Lilly.
Lilly, William, 1602-1681.
[London]: Printed for W.T. and sold by Ionah Deacon ..., [1670?]
Imperfect: stained and tightly bound, with print show-through and loss of print.
Reproduction of original in the Huntington Library.
A Groatsworth of VVit for a PENNY.
How a Man or a Maid shall know by their Dreams whether they shall have them they love or nt.
The Signification of Moles.
Here followeth the signification of Dreams, what they Signifie always the Day follwing, that a man partly knowing of any bad frtune that will befll him, may by praye to Almghty God, & keepin himself in his Chamber for that day, he may (thouh Gods assistance) prevent the dan∣ger, whch otherwise might hve fallen on him.
Of the Fortunes and Destinies of M•n and Wo∣men born under t•e 12 Signs, •fter the Say∣ing of Ptholomeus.
Of the Four Elements, and of the Four Com∣pexions of Mn.
Of the most best and profi•ablest Days that be in the Year 10 let Blood
A Nightspell to catch Thieves.
Now will I speak something of the visible Signs of the Head.
Of the Head
Of the Forehead.
Of the Eyes.
Of the Nose.