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The Resource A book of knowledge. : In four parts. : Part first. Shewing the nature of astrology, by the cælestial signs and planets. Measures of time movable terms, for 20 years, &c. Divers things necessary in trade and dealing, &c. To know the weather in all seasons of the year. Good and bad fortune as born under the several signs. The manner of resolving doubtful questions, relating to love, business, &c. Moles and marks in the body, their signification; dreams, their interpretation. : Part second, The wheel of fortune, resolving questions in astrology. Fortunate and unfortunate days throughout the year. To know the changing of the moon by the prime observations on New years day. : Part third. A treatise of physick, by the signs and planets. Observations in midwifery. Receipts for curing all diseases in men, women, and children. The art of cookery. The forms of writing bonds, bills, &c. Arithmetic in all its parts. Remedies for diseases in horses, cows, oxen, hogs, sheep, &c. : A perpetual almanack for ever. A complete tide table. An account of all the market days, roads and fairs in England and Wales. : Part fourth. The compleat gardiner, or the country-mans guide to good husbandry, Composed by Samuel Strangehopes, (electronic resource)

A book of knowledge. : In four parts. : Part first. Shewing the nature of astrology, by the cælestial signs and planets. Measures of time movable terms, for 20 years, &c. Divers things necessary in trade and dealing, &c. To know the weather in all seasons of the year. Good and bad fortune as born under the several signs. The manner of resolving doubtful questions, relating to love, business, &c. Moles and marks in the body, their signification; dreams, their interpretation. : Part second, The wheel of fortune, resolving questions in astrology. Fortunate and unfortunate days throughout the year. To know the changing of the moon by the prime observations on New years day. : Part third. A treatise of physick, by the signs and planets. Observations in midwifery. Receipts for curing all diseases in men, women, and children. The art of cookery. The forms of writing bonds, bills, &c. Arithmetic in all its parts. Remedies for diseases in horses, cows, oxen, hogs, sheep, &c. : A perpetual almanack for ever. A complete tide table. An account of all the market days, roads and fairs in England and Wales. : Part fourth. The compleat gardiner, or the country-mans guide to good husbandry, Composed by Samuel Strangehopes, (electronic resource)

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A book of knowledge. : In four parts. : Part first. Shewing the nature of astrology, by the cælestial signs and planets. Measures of time movable terms, for 20 years, &c. Divers things necessary in trade and dealing, &c. To know the weather in all seasons of the year. Good and bad fortune as born under the several signs. The manner of resolving doubtful questions, relating to love, business, &c. Moles and marks in the body, their signification; dreams, their interpretation. : Part second, The wheel of fortune, resolving questions in astrology. Fortunate and unfortunate days throughout the year. To know the changing of the moon by the prime observations on New years day. : Part third. A treatise of physick, by the signs and planets. Observations in midwifery. Receipts for curing all diseases in men, women, and children. The art of cookery. The forms of writing bonds, bills, &c. Arithmetic in all its parts. Remedies for diseases in horses, cows, oxen, hogs, sheep, &c. : A perpetual almanack for ever. A complete tide table. An account of all the market days, roads and fairs in England and Wales. : Part fourth. The compleat gardiner, or the country-mans guide to good husbandry
Title
A book of knowledge.
Title remainder
In four parts. : Part first. Shewing the nature of astrology, by the cælestial signs and planets. Measures of time movable terms, for 20 years, &c. Divers things necessary in trade and dealing, &c. To know the weather in all seasons of the year. Good and bad fortune as born under the several signs. The manner of resolving doubtful questions, relating to love, business, &c. Moles and marks in the body, their signification; dreams, their interpretation. : Part second, The wheel of fortune, resolving questions in astrology. Fortunate and unfortunate days throughout the year. To know the changing of the moon by the prime observations on New years day. : Part third. A treatise of physick, by the signs and planets. Observations in midwifery. Receipts for curing all diseases in men, women, and children. The art of cookery. The forms of writing bonds, bills, &c. Arithmetic in all its parts. Remedies for diseases in horses, cows, oxen, hogs, sheep, &c. : A perpetual almanack for ever. A complete tide table. An account of all the market days, roads and fairs in England and Wales. : Part fourth. The compleat gardiner, or the country-mans guide to good husbandry
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Composed by Samuel Strangehopes
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Language
eng
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S5928aA
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Wing (2nd ed.)
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Strangehopes, Samuel
Illustrations
illustrations
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Handbooks, vade-mecums, etc.
  • Astrology
  • Medicine
  • Almanacs, English
Target audience
general
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A book of knowledge. : In four parts. : Part first. Shewing the nature of astrology, by the cælestial signs and planets. Measures of time movable terms, for 20 years, &c. Divers things necessary in trade and dealing, &c. To know the weather in all seasons of the year. Good and bad fortune as born under the several signs. The manner of resolving doubtful questions, relating to love, business, &c. Moles and marks in the body, their signification; dreams, their interpretation. : Part second, The wheel of fortune, resolving questions in astrology. Fortunate and unfortunate days throughout the year. To know the changing of the moon by the prime observations on New years day. : Part third. A treatise of physick, by the signs and planets. Observations in midwifery. Receipts for curing all diseases in men, women, and children. The art of cookery. The forms of writing bonds, bills, &c. Arithmetic in all its parts. Remedies for diseases in horses, cows, oxen, hogs, sheep, &c. : A perpetual almanack for ever. A complete tide table. An account of all the market days, roads and fairs in England and Wales. : Part fourth. The compleat gardiner, or the country-mans guide to good husbandry, Composed by Samuel Strangehopes, (electronic resource)
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  • "With new additions"--Cover
  • Date of publication suggested by Wing
  • Imperfect: stained
  • Reproduction of original in: William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California, Los Angeles, California
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black and white
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ocm43077657e
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unknown
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[15], 144 p.
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one file format
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electronic
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lossless
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Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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ocm43077657e\
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A book of knowledge. : In four parts. : Part first. Shewing the nature of astrology, by the cælestial signs and planets. Measures of time movable terms, for 20 years, &c. Divers things necessary in trade and dealing, &c. To know the weather in all seasons of the year. Good and bad fortune as born under the several signs. The manner of resolving doubtful questions, relating to love, business, &c. Moles and marks in the body, their signification; dreams, their interpretation. : Part second, The wheel of fortune, resolving questions in astrology. Fortunate and unfortunate days throughout the year. To know the changing of the moon by the prime observations on New years day. : Part third. A treatise of physick, by the signs and planets. Observations in midwifery. Receipts for curing all diseases in men, women, and children. The art of cookery. The forms of writing bonds, bills, &c. Arithmetic in all its parts. Remedies for diseases in horses, cows, oxen, hogs, sheep, &c. : A perpetual almanack for ever. A complete tide table. An account of all the market days, roads and fairs in England and Wales. : Part fourth. The compleat gardiner, or the country-mans guide to good husbandry, Composed by Samuel Strangehopes, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • "With new additions"--Cover
  • Date of publication suggested by Wing
  • Imperfect: stained
  • Reproduction of original in: William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California, Los Angeles, California
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
ocm43077657e
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[15], 144 p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
Other physical details
ill
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
ocm43077657e\

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