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Anima Astrologiae, or A Guide for Astrologers

Anima Astrologiae, or A Guide for Astrologers

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Anima Astrologiae, or A Guide for Astrologers, being the considerations of the famous Guido Bonatus faithfully rendred into English [by Henry Coley]
London, Benjamin Harris, 1676
English translation of Bonatus's "Liber astronomicus" by Henry Coley, edited by William Lilly. The choice aphorisms from Cardanus are not included in this copy. A facsimile of the edition of 1886, has been published in Washington
Anima Astrologiae, or A Guide for Astrologers, being the considerations of the famous Guido Bonatus faithfully rendred into English [by Henry Coley]
London, Benjamin Harris, 1676
English translation of Bonatus's "Liber astronomicus" by Henry Coley, edited by William Lilly. The choice aphorisms from Cardanus are not included in this copy. A facsimile of the edition of 1886, has been published in Washington

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praCtife
Art
to
diF
couer
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andnotto
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with.
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doubtnotbutthe
Lf{~it;;nate
Sons
andwcll:.willersof
Vrtlnitl
will
find
Conlidcrable
Ad'Z>'anta~l's
from
hence,
direCting
them
to
acertaintyin
giving
their
1udgments
upon
alloctil-lions)andthat
they
willfor
this'pub-Iicarion
havecaufe
tothank
theirold
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ltf~
happy
in
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than
skilfullintbe
I1Jfory
0/
AJirology,of
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1
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give
thu
one
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nJtanu
as
it
is
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'hat
eminen:
Hillorian
Fu/go[us,
L.8.C.
II.
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of
Mount-fcrrant
being
btfeigedin
tluu
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if
fl4Ch
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and
hourhe
lvouldma~'e~
S
alLy
on
theBnemi»:Ca,mp,he
/horJld
giv~
them
anjjbfolutt
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fora
themto
raif!
their
{tige
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quit
theplau,
hut
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(but
notmar..
till)
woundinthethigh,Th«
Earl
tookhisCoun~~ll)madehis
S
aUy
an
the
daJap-
pointrd,providing
bimfdf
ofall
thingr
ne~
ceffary
in
cafe
of
a
~ound,and
accfl'ding
to
th«
prediEiion
,thoug"
'Vaft
ly
inf{'riorin
numhtrs,
Qhta~n_td~mojtfi~nal
.lJna
intiY{ViHor1,
,'but

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