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Lux veritatis : or, Christian judicial astrology vindicated, and demonology confuted: in answer to Nath. Homes, D.D. Wherein his allegations of the learned, reasons, divine proofs, and arguments, are particularly examined and convinced. With the legality of the art maintained and warranted by Scripture. Whereunto is annexed, a short discourse of that great eclipse of the sun, March 29. 1652. By William Ramesey Gent. student in astrologie and physick.

Ramesey, William, 1627-1675 or 1676.

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Christian judicial astrology vindicated, and demonology confuted.


London : Printed by J.B. for Nath. Brooke at the Angel in Cornhill, 1651.

Physical description

16 unnumbered pages, 138 pages, 22 unnumbered pages : illustrations


A reply to: Homes, Nathanael: Dæmonologie and theologie.
"A short discourse of the eclipse of the sunne, on Monday, Martij 23. 1652" has separate dated title page; register is continuous.
Annotations on Thomason copy E.1341[1]: "March. 11th 1650"; imprint date crossed through; on Thomason E.1351[3]: "May 2".
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.

Publications note

Wing (2nd ed.) R209.
Thomason E.1341[1].
Thomason E.1351[3].
Thomason E.1341[1*].
Thomason E.1351[4].

Reproduction note

Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1999- (Early English books online) Digital version of: (Thomason Tracts ; 177:E1341[1], 177:E1341[1*], 178:E1351[3], 178:E1351[4]) s1999 miun s



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