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Lilly, William [1602-1681]. Two famous prophesies and predictions of Mr. William Lilly, the most judicious and learned astrologer of the age: taken from his secret vvritings, penned by him in 1644. The former of which, exactly pointing at the times, by foretelling the mischief, danger and misery these, and other Protestant kingdoms should be exposed to, by the crafty counsels and treacheries of the Romish priests, and by what means their deliverance should be wrought. Sine notis [1688?].

In 8°, pp. 8.

Potrebbe essere opera autenticamente di William Lilly, pubblicata postuma sulla base di suoi appunti.

Esemplari: National Library of Scotland; British Library; Harvard University; Union Theological Seminary, New York.

Bibliografia: Gardner 715.