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The astrologer's guide : Anima astrologiæ, or, A guide for astrologers : being the one hundred and forty-six considerations of the famous astrologer, Guido Bonatus, tr. from the Latin by Henry Coley, together with the choicest aphorisms of the seven segments of Jerom Cardan of Milan
- Lilly, William, 1602-1681.
A true and impartial narrative of the eminent hand of God that befell a Quaker and his family, at the town of Panton in Lincolnshire : who affirmed he was commanded of God to pronounce Ralph James preacher of the Gospel a leper from the crown of the head to the sole of the foot: the same judgment of leprosie shortly after falling upon one of his children; himself, wife, and the rest of his children, being also afflicted with a painful distemper. Attested under the hands of several credible persons, eye and ear witnesses. As by the narrative will more at large appear.
- James, Ralph, active 17th century.
A warning to Great-Britain, in a sermon preach'd at several churches in and about London, upon the spreading of the plague in France, and now publish'd for the benefit of others ... To which is added an appendix, containing an historical account of all the remarkable plagues, pestilences, and famines thro' the world ... with a large and particular description of that at Marseilles and other cities of France ... The whole is ended with Pope Gregory's sermon, preach'd at Rome in the year 590, when a pestilence destroy'd most of the citizens
- Paterson, James, active 18th century.
A surgeon (whose features resemble a monkey's) is treating the foot of an elderly man, his concerned wife observes the scene and an assistant enters the room with a bowl. Lithograph by R. Beltran after J. de Madrazo after D. Teniers the younger.
- Teniers, David, 1610-1690.
- [between 1800 and 1899]
Basil Valentine contemplates a chemical jar containing homunculi of a man and woman holding hands, and a child emanating from them (alchemical symbol of conception); he is suddenly visited by Sabine Stuart de Chevalier, who reveals that she has the key to his works and crowns him as the king of alchemists. Etching by J. Le Roy, ca. 1781, after Hostoul after Sabine Stuart de Chevalier.
- Chevalier, Sabine Stuart de, active 18th century.