3 edition of Merlinus Anglicus junior, or, An ephemeris for the year 1687 found in the catalog.
Merlinus Anglicus junior, or, An ephemeris for the year 1687
1687 by Printed by J. Macock for the Company of Stationers in London .
Written in English
|Other titles||Merlinus Anglicus junior, An ephemeris for the year 1687|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1494:8|
|Contributions||Lilly, William, 1602-1681|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||86|
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[Henry Coley; William Lilly]. Merlinus Anglicus Junior, Or, an Ephemeris for the Year According to the Method of Mr. Lilly: With (Modest) Astrological Praedictions and Monthly Observations: Also Variety of Other Furniture, Proper for Such a Work () by. English, Book edition: Merlinus Anglicus Junior: or the Starry messenger for the year of our redemption, [electronic resource]: And from the creation, according to sacred writ, being the third after bissextil, or leap-year.
Wherein is contained, (1) astronomical and meterological observations. COLEY (HENRY) Merlinus Anglicus Junior: or, An Ephemeris for the Year According to the Method of Mr. Lilly. With (modest) Astrological Prædictions, and Monthly Observations, engraved portrait of William Lilly on title [Wing A], J.
Macock, ; WILLIAM (ANDREWS) News from the Stars: or, An Ephemeris for the Yearprinted in red and black [Wing. A substantially enlarged edition appeared in as the "seventh edition", with additional material attributed to "Merlinus Anglicus Junior" (Merlinus Anglicus Junior: The English Merlin Revived was the title of a book by William Lilly).
It was printed by Knight & Lacey of London. Merlinus Anglicus Junior was an instant hit, with the first print run (typically between 1, and 1, copies) selling out within a few days; further print runs followed. Its resounding success was due to both its content and its style: Lilly's forecasts were compelling and accurate, his writing was eloquent and populist, and he had An ephemeris for the year 1687 book.
Astrodienst Ephemeris Tables for the year tropical zodiac contains Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, True Node, Moon's Node, Lilith, Chiron Programming Dieter Koch and Alois Treindl based on Swiss Ephemeris Code D5EPH Astrodienst AG, Dammstr.
23, CH Zollikon / Zürich, Internet: E File Size: KB. Get this from a library. Merlinus Anglicus junior, or, An ephemeris for the year [William Lilly]. A substantially enlarged edition appeared in as the “seventh edition”, with additional material attributed to “Merlinus Anglicus Junior” (Merlinus Anglicus Junior: The English Merlin Revived was the title of a book by William Lilly).
It was printed by Knight & Lacey of London. Astrodienst Ephemeris Tables for the year tropical zodiac contains Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, True Node, Moon's Node, Lilith, Chiron Programming Dieter Koch and Alois Treindl based on Swiss Ephemeris Code D5EPH Astrodienst AG, Dammstr.
23, CH Zollikon / Zürich, Internet: E. Merlini Anglici ephemeris, or, Astrological judgments for the year [microform] / by William Lilly; Merlini Anglici ephemeris, or, Astrological judgments for the year [microform] / by William Lilly; Merlini Anglici ephemeris, or, Astrological judgments for the year [microform] /.
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87 Christopher Heydon, A defence of judiciall astrologie in answer to a treatise lately published by Mr. John Chamber (), pp. –30; Coley, Clavis, pp. –4 (and aphorisms in ‘his’ and almanacs, Merlinus anglicus junior); Lilly, Anima, appendix, p.
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William Lilly's Merlinus Anglicus Ephemeris, In AprilLilly published his first almanac Merlinus Anglicus Junior (he produced an almanac every year thereafter until his death).
Later that year he published England's Propheticall Merline, where he makes predictions relating to the recent conjunction of Jupiter and : Barbara Dunn. The Life And Times Of William Lilly Recently took a leisurely stroll eastwards down the Strand.
I passed Somerset House and Kings College and came across a disused underground station. This is the Strand Station. It was closed in The track is still working and the station is still used as a film location. [Merlinus Anglicus junior, or, An ephemeris for the year ] Merlinvs Anglicvs junjor The English Merlin revived, or, A mathematicall prediction upon the affairs of the English Common-Wealth, and of all or most kingdoms of Christendom this present yeer, William Lilly had developed a great interest in the politics of revolutionary England.
His first almanac, Merlinus Anglicus Junior, was published in April of It was immediately popular. In it he predicted the King’s humiliating defeat at the Battle of Naseby in June (ii) Ephemeris: or, a Diary [Astronomical, Astrological, Meteorological], or Leap-Year Containing the Planets Motions and Aspects, Eclipses, Sun's Rising and Setting etc.
(iii) Merlinus Anglicus Junior: or, The Starry : £ The year ephemeris: to inclusive, computed for Greenwich Noon Hardcover – January 1, by Hugh MacCraig (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings.
See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from /5(3). The volume claimed to be the "sixth edition", but it is believed that editions one to five never existed.
A substantially enlarged edition appeared in as the "seventh edition", with additional material attributed to "Merlinus Anglicus Junior" ("Merlinus Anglicus Junior: The English Merlin Revived" was the title of a book by William.
For instance, Nicholas Culpepper's ephemeris for the yearwhich was actually published shortly before the author's death, had the term only in the astrological context.
Likewise William Andrews, who began issuing almanacs in that same year; even when he wrote: 'The heavens at this revolution intimate the destruction of Rome and Venice'.Cited by: 2. Parker's Ephemeris, Company of Stationers 5.
Merlinus Liberatus, J Roberts 6. [Greek] Or, a Diary, T W 7. Merlinus Anglicus Junior, J Read 8. Vox Stellarum, Thomas Wood 9. Great News from the Stars, A Wilde Apollo Anglicanus, A Wilde The British Tellescope, Henry Parker The Celestial Diary, J Dawks Poor Robin, W Bowyer.
Or, An Ephemeris For The Year Of Our Blessed Saviour’s Incarnation, Printed by J. Bettanham [and for second part:] Robert Brown. pp. Update of series by Salem Pearse; k) Merlinus Anglicus Junior: Or, The Starry Messenger, For The Year Of Our Redemption, Printed by R.
Reily. pp. Update of the series by Henry Coley. General Description: English armorial binding with the cipher of James II, bound by Robert Steel. Abstract. Predicting the future is an important enterprise in many traditional societies. Whether it be through tossing bones, reading the entrails of pigeons, contemplating clouds, seeing visions from drug-induced trances, or applying numerological techniques to holy words, those individuals capable of “divining” the future can influence their peers, especially during difficult times such.
Henry Coley, Merlinus Anglicus Junior: Or, the Starry Messenger for the Year of our Redemption (London, ), “Astrological Observations,” pt. Coley also referred to Holwell’s work when discussing subsequent chronologically significant events such as the turn of the century or the next Saturn-Jupiter conjunction in Cited by: 2.
Ephemeris. A list of computed positions occupied by a celestial body over successive intervals of time. About: Ephemeris. Ephemerides. An almanac listing the ephemeral or rapidly changing position which each of the solar system bodies will occupy on each day of the year: their Longitude, Latitude, Declination, and similar astronomical.
Merlinus Anglicus junior: or, the starry messenger, for the year of our redemption, Being the Second after Bessextile or Leap Year. Wherein is contained, I. Astronomical, Astrological, and Meteorological Observations.
In April he published his first almanac, which he entitled ‘Merlinus Anglicus Junior, the English Merlin Revived, or a Mathematicall Prediction upon the affairs of the English Commonwealth’ (two editions), and sold the first edition within a week (cf. Cal. State Papers, Dom. –7, p.
From this time he prepared an almanac each. In astronomy and celestial navigation, an ephemeris (plural: ephemerides) gives the trajectory of naturally occurring astronomical objects as well as artificial satellites in the sky, i.e., the position (and possibly velocity) over etymology is from Latin ephemeris, meaning 'diary' and from Greek ἐφημερίς (ephemeris), meaning 'diary, journal'.
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Another edition probably of the same year corrects the errata, adds marginal notes, and adjusts the foliation and signatures, among other more minor changes. Aelfric of Eynsham (cc) was the most prolific writer of his time and this text, a version of. Smith wrote for yet another magazine produced by the same publisher inand called Urania- or, The Astrologer's Chronicle and Mystical Magazine, edited by 'Merlinus Anglicus, Junior', yet another of Smith's pseudonyms.
Among almanacs of this class published in England, and principally by the Stationers' Company, are Leonard Digges's Prognostication Everlasting of Right Good Effect, for; &c.; William Lilly's Merlinus Anglicus Junior for&c., and other almanacs and “prognostications”; John Booker's Bloody Almanac and Bloody Irish Almanac.
Merlinus Anglicus junior: or, The starry messenger for the year of our redemption, And from the creation, according to sacred writ, bein London: Printed by John Heptinstall, for the Company of Stationers,