Vox stellarum or, the voice of the starres: being a short introduction to the judgement of eclipses, and the annuall revolutions of the world: wherein is handled astrologically, the ingresse of the sun into the tropick and æquinoctiall signes 1652. Together with the solar and two lunar eclipses in the same yeare, being a probable judgement of that years affairs in generall; whether plenty or scarcity, wars or peace, health or sicknes may be expected. By William Ramesey, gent. Student in astrology and physick.
Printed for T. H. and Jo. Collins, and are to be sold at his shop in Little Britain, neere the church,
1652 [i.e. 1651]
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