A tutor to astrologie: or astrology made easie: being a plain introduction to the whole art of astrology: whereby the meanest apprehension may learn to erect a fugure, and by the same, to give a determinate judgement upon any question or nativity whatsoever. Also new tables of houses, calculated for the latitude of 51 degrees 32 minutes, being the latitude of London. Whereunto is added, an ephemeris for the year 1657. With all other necessary tables, that belong to the art of astrology. Also how to erect a figure, the rational way, by the tables of triangles, more methodically, than hath yet bin pub ished. [sic] Digested into this pocket volumn, for the conveniency of those that erect figures abroad. /
printed by Joseph Moxon, and sold at his shop, on Corn-hill, at the sign of Atlas.,
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|Item Description:||W.E. = William Eland.|
Date of publication from Wing.
With a separate dated title page: Tabulæ astronomicæ & astrologicæ: or an ephemeris of the cœlestial motions for the year 1657.
With a separate dated title page: Tabulæ astronomicæ & astrologicæ: or an ephemeris of the cœlestial motions for the year 1658.
The final leaf is an advertisement for books: Made and sold by Joseph Moxon, at his shop, on Corn-hill, at the sign of Atlas.
Annotation on Thomason copy: "Feb 20".
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
|Physical Description:||, 96,  p.|