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Author: Kirby, Richard, b. 1649.
Title: A diurnal speculum, for the year of our Lord God, 1684 Being the bissextile, or leap-year, with annual and Mon[thly] predictions & progn[o]stications astrologically handled. (Written and design'd for the press in Aug, 1683. but its publication prevented by the printers t[e]merity.) Wherein was fore-told, in D[e]cemb. 1683. the late and unheard of frost; with the events that may probably and suddenly ensue thereon. By Richard Kirkby, student in astrology and physick.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A diurnal speculum, for the year of our Lord God, 1684 Being the bissextile, or leap-year, with annual and Mon[thly] predictions & progn[o]stications astrologically handled. (Written and design'd for the press in Aug, 1683. but its publication prevented by the printers t[e]merity.) Wherein was fore-told, in D[e]cemb. 1683. the late and unheard of frost; with the events that may probably and suddenly ensue thereon. By Richard Kirkby, student in astrology and physick.
Kirby, Richard, b. 1649.

London: printed by John Bringhurst, at the sign of the Book and Three Black-Birds, in Leaden-Hall Mutton-Market, (who formerly lived at the Book in Grace-Church-Street), 1684.
Notes:
With a preliminary advertisement leaf.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Almanacs -- Early works to 1800.
Predictive astrology -- Early works to 1800.
Weather forecasting -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A69436.0001.001

Contents
publisher's advertisement
title page
The Preface to the Reader.
Astrological Judgments on the Year, 1684. beginning March the 9th. one Hour fifty seven minutes past Noon; at which time the Sun touches the first Scruple, or Point of that Equinoctial sign Aries, the Ascendant of Great Britain, &c.
predictions
Prognostications on JANUARY.
The Weather.
Prognostications on FEBRUARY.
The Weather.
Prognostications on MARCH.
The Weather.
Prognostications on APRIL.
The Weather.
Prognostications on MAY.
The Weather.
Prognostications one JUNE.
The Weather.
Prognostications on JULY.
The Weather.
Prognostications on AUGUST.
The Weather.
Prognostications on SEPTEMBER.
The Weather.
Prognostications on OCTOBER.
The Weather.
Prognostications on NOVEMBER.
The Weather.
Prognostications on DECEMBER.
The Weather.
publisher's note
A true Systeme of the Visible World, ex∣plained according to Copurnicus, De∣cember the 11th. 1684.
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