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Mikropanastron, or, An astrological vade mecum briefly teaching the whole art of astrology, viz. questions, nativities, with all its parts, and the whole doctrine of elections, never so comprised, nor compiled before
Partridge, John, 1644-1715.
Title transliterated from Greek.
Special t.p. on p. : Mikropanastron, or, The vade mecum continued : teaching how to judge of all nativities and revolutions.
Special t.p. on p. : Mikropanastron, or, The vade mecum continued : briefly handling the doctrine of elections.
Page 244 has print faded in filmed copy. Pages 210-315 photographed from Bodleian Library copy and inserted at end.
, 348 p. :
London : Printed for William Bromwich …, 1679.
Wing / P620
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