Natura prodigiorum, or, A discourse touching the nature of prodigies
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Natura prodigiorum, or, A discourse touching the nature of prodigies together with the kindes, causes, and effects of comets (or blazing stars) eclipses and earthquakes, remarkable since the birth of Christ to this present year 1665 : with an appendix touching the imposturism of the commonly-received doctrine of prophecies, spirits, images, sigils, lamens, the Christal &c. and the propugners of such opinions by

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Published by Printed for Fr. Cosssinet ... in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Astrology -- Early works to 1800.,
  • Occultism -- Early works to 1800.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesNatura prodigiorum, Discourse touching the nature of prodigies, Natura prodigiorum., Discourse touching the nature of prodigies.
StatementJohn Gadbury ...
GenreEarly works to 1800.
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1593:26.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[14], 200 p.
Number of Pages200
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16727331M

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Natura prodigiorum, or, A discourse touching the nature of prodigies: together with the kindes, causes, and effects of comets (or blazing stars) eclipses and earthquakes, remarkable since the birth of Christ to this present year with an appendix touching the imposturism of the commonly-received doctrine of prophecies, spirits, images, sigils, lamens, the Christal &c. and the propugners Natura prodigiorum or, a discourse touching the nature of prodigies. Together with the kinds, causes and effects, of comets, eclipses, and earthquakes. With an appendix touching the imposturism of the commonly-received doctrine of prophecies, spirits, images, sigils, lamens, the christal, &c. and the propugners of such ://   work was pirated, and now dedicated the newly entitled Natura Prodigiorum: Or A Discourse Touching the Nature of Prodigies () to ʻSir George Monk, Lord General of all His Majestieʼs Forcesʼ. In it, after repeating the account of * This paper was presented at the Thirteenth International Conference of Natura prodigiorum, or, A discourse touching the nature of prodigies: together with the kindes, causes, and effects of comets (or blazing stars) eclipses and earthquakes, remarkable since the birth of Christ to this present year with an appendix touching the imposturism of the commonly-received doctrine of prophecies, spirits, images, sigils, lamens, the Christal &c. and the propugners ?q=N&pg=

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