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Author: Trigg, Stephen.
Title: Most strange and terrible astrological predictions and dreadful presages for the ensuing year, 1684. Foretelling what shall happen to several sorts of people in and about the city of London. Together with such mighty wonders that shall happen in this year, the like have not been since Noah's flood. With advice to young men how they may escape the danger. Newly written, and published for the good of all, by S. Trigg.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Most strange and terrible astrological predictions and dreadful presages for the ensuing year, 1684. Foretelling what shall happen to several sorts of people in and about the city of London. Together with such mighty wonders that shall happen in this year, the like have not been since Noah's flood. With advice to young men how they may escape the danger. Newly written, and published for the good of all, by S. Trigg.
Trigg, Stephen.

London: printed by J. Harefinch in Mountague-Court in Little Britain, for the author, 1684.
Alternate titles: Most strange and wonderful predictions for the ensuing year, 1684
Notes:
Caption title on p. 1: Most strange and wonderful predictions for the ensuing year, 1684.
Copy has print show-through.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Predictive astrology -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A63236.0001.001

Contents
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Most Strange and Wonderful PREDICTIONS For the ensuing Year, 1684.
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Of the Eclipses that shall happen this Year 1684, to the mighty terrifying and astonishing the Beholders.
Of the Eclipse of the Sun.
Of the second Eclipse of the Moon.
Now I shall speak something of Mans Inclinations and Dispositions for the whole year, &c. And first, of the Winter-Quarter, so far as by Art I can conjecture.
Of the Spring-Quarter.
Of Comets in general.
Of Conjunctions.