|Title:||Prædictio astrologica. The great and vvonderfull prognostication, for the yeare of our Lord 1598. Written by Rodulphus Grapheus Doctor of Phisick in the Towne of Deuenter. Translated out of Dutch into English by W. P.|
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Prædictio astrologica. The great and vvonderfull prognostication, for the yeare of our Lord 1598. Written by Rodulphus Grapheus Doctor of Phisick in the Towne of Deuenter. Translated out of Dutch into English by W. P.
Grapheuis, Rodulphus., Philip, W.,
London: Imprinted by [John Windet for] Iohn Wolfe, with the assent of Rychard Watkins, 1598.
|Alternate titles:||Prædictio astrologica. English Prædictio astrologica. The great and wonderfull prognostication, for the yeare of our Lord 1598.|
In prose and verse.
W.P. = W. Philip?--STC.
Actual printer from STC.
Identified as STC 12189 on UMI reel 1272.
Formerly STC 12189.
Reproduction of the original in Emmanuel College (University of Cambridge). Library.
Almanacs, English -- Early works to 1800.
Chap. 1. Of the enterance of the Sunne in the first point of Aries, and of the Planets that are Lordes of the yeare.
Chap. 2. Of good and euil fortune, strife & contention betweene men and women, being young and louely like Venus dear∣linges, vpon whom all the world doth cast their eyes.
Chap. 3. Of the Eclipses of this yeare 1598. and of wars and con∣tentions, and other vntrue dealings among men, which the Almightie God according to his great goodnes can change and conuert as pleaseth him, and of the beginning & end∣ing of the Turkes.
Chap. 4. Of sicknesses and fruitfulnes of this yeare.
An Astronomicall Discourse of the particular effectes of the 12. Monethes of this yeare 1598. Written in verse.