The starry messenger; or, An interpretation of that strange apparition of three suns seene in London, 19. Novem. 1644. :
being the birth day of King Charles. : The effects of the eclips of the sun, which will be visible in England, 11. August. 1645. whose influence continues in force, from January, 1646 to Decemb. 1647. almost two whole yeares; and cannot but be the fore-runner of some extraordinary mutation in most common-wealths of Europe, but principally in England. With an answer to an astrologicall judgement. Printed at Oxford, upon His Majesties present martch [sic.] /
by William Lilly ...
|Main Creator:||Lilly, William, 1602-1681.|
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London : Printed for John Partridge and Humphry Blunden ..., 1645.
In the present edition line 10 of the title ends with "principally in" and line 11 begins with "England." In another edition line 11 begins with "in England." Cf. NUC pre-1956.
Title vignette, title within border of type ornaments, head-pieces, initials.
Page  at end a blank.
"Postscript. Since the impression of The starry messenger ..." (signed "William Lilly" but undated and with catchword "An"): p. - at front.
Physical description: , 47,  p. : ill ; 19 cm. (4to)
Citations/References: Wing, L2245
Citations/References: Wing L2245
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