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Author: Silvester, John, 17th cent.
Title: Astrological observations and predictions for the year of our Lord 1682.: Wherein are briefly shewn, the significations of the late comet, (which appeared most manifestly to us in December 1680.) And of the two great eclipses of the moon ... : also monthly observations for every month this present year. Briefly containing the most remarkable events that are likely to happen in some nations, kingdoms, and cities / by John Silvester.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Astrological observations and predictions for the year of our Lord 1682.: Wherein are briefly shewn, the significations of the late comet, (which appeared most manifestly to us in December 1680.) And of the two great eclipses of the moon ... : also monthly observations for every month this present year. Briefly containing the most remarkable events that are likely to happen in some nations, kingdoms, and cities / by John Silvester.
Silvester, John, 17th cent.

London: Printed for the author, 1682.
Subject terms:
Almanacs, English.
Astrology
Prophecies.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A75220.0001.001

Contents
title page
For the year 1682.
Of the late Comet that was seen in December 1680.
Of the signification of the two great Eclipses of the Moon in February and August in the year 1682.
Of the Three Conjunctions of Saturn and Jupiter in the fiery sign Leo now near at hand; whereof one will happen on the 9th day of October 1682. and one, on the 30th of January following, & the last, on the 2d day of May following.
Of the Lord of the year
Monthly Observations, breifly containing the most re∣markable events and accidents that are likely to hap∣pen in every particular Month this present year 1682.
Ianuary's Observations
Febuary's Observations
March's Observations
April's Observations.
May's Observations
Iune's Observations.
Iuly's Observations.
August's Observations
September's Observations
October's Observations.
November's Observations
Decembers Observations.