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Author: Tom, of Bedlam.
Title: News from Bedlam, or, Tom of Bedlams obervations, upon every month and feastival time in this present year, 1674. VVith his general judgment of the state thereof, and what is like to happen in several parts of the vvorld, with the grand causes thereof. Calculated chiefly for the meridian of Great Bedlam, and the cross walks in Moor-fields, where the pole is elivated many miles above sense or apprehension. By Tom of Bedlam, Knight of the Frantic Horn, and student in mathematical gimcracks, whimsies, anticks, and others rare chymera's. With allowance.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: News from Bedlam, or, Tom of Bedlams obervations, upon every month and feastival time in this present year, 1674. VVith his general judgment of the state thereof, and what is like to happen in several parts of the vvorld, with the grand causes thereof. Calculated chiefly for the meridian of Great Bedlam, and the cross walks in Moor-fields, where the pole is elivated many miles above sense or apprehension. By Tom of Bedlam, Knight of the Frantic Horn, and student in mathematical gimcracks, whimsies, anticks, and others rare chymera's. With allowance.
Tom, of Bedlam.

London: printed for B.H., 1674.
Alternate titles: Tom of Bedlam. Tom of Bedlams observations for the year, 1674. Tom of Bedlams obervations, upon every month and feastival time in this present year, 1674.
Notes:
Tom of Bedlam obviously a psuedonym.
Signatures: C.
In verse.
Woodcut illustration on p. [2] has at head: Tom of Bedlam.
Caption and running title: Tom of Bedlams observations for the year, 1674.
Imperfect: copy incomplete, p. [16] has catchword: mou.
Reproduction of the original at the Christ Church Library, Oxford.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A53124.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Explanation of the Pictur.
To the Reader.
Tom of Bedlams Observations for the Year, 1674.
Observations upon Whitsuntide.
Observations upon the four Quarter days.
His Observations upon the first Week of Christmass.
Of the four Quarters of the Year.
Of the Twelve Months, first of January.
Februaries Observation.
His Observations for March.
Aprils Observations.
Mays Obseruations.
Junes Observation.