Item #4806 The Astrologer's Magazine; and Philosophical Miscellany. Consisting of An Easy Introduction to the Celestial Science of Astrology....With a Monthly Portion of Lavater's Physiognomy. Anon. - ed.
The Astrologer's Magazine; and Philosophical Miscellany. Consisting of An Easy Introduction to the Celestial Science of Astrology....With a Monthly Portion of Lavater's Physiognomy...
The Astrologer's Magazine; and Philosophical Miscellany. Consisting of An Easy Introduction to the Celestial Science of Astrology....With a Monthly Portion of Lavater's Physiognomy...

The Astrologer's Magazine; and Philosophical Miscellany. Consisting of An Easy Introduction to the Celestial Science of Astrology....With a Monthly Portion of Lavater's Physiognomy...

London: Printed for W. Locke, 1794. First edition. 4to, 21 x 12.5cm, [3], 250, [2]pp. Engraved frontis, general title, title pages for each issue, charts and diagrams throughout. Very good in library buckram, NYPL discard with perforation and ink stamps title page. Former owner's inscription dated 1836 verso of title. Frontis cropped affecting legend and lower margin of 151-2 repaired affecting a small portion of the bottom three lines of the footnotes, else clean and complete internally. Volume 1 of the series previously known as the "Conjurors' Magazine," (3rd volume in total), containing six complete issues from August 1793 to January 1794, all published. Includes sections on astronomical observations, witches and demons, palmistry and the interpretation of dreams, and nativities. The September issue contains a lengthy section on witchcraft including an account of the 1662 executions of Rose Cullender and Amy Duny in Bury St Edmunds. ESTC P3085. Gardner 959. Item #4806

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