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Astrological institutions. : Being a perfect isagoge to the whole astral science; or Judgment of the nature, vertue and influence of the celestial bodies upon the terrestrial. : By which active (not compulsive) virtue, all manner of questions incident to sublunary actions, affairs and conditions, are resolved according to the position of the heavens.

Robert Turner London : Printed by J.C. for Samuel Speed, at the signe of the Printing-Press in S. Paul's Church-yard., 1658

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