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Fortune-telling -- Early works to 1800
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Aristotle's legacy: or, his golden cabinet of secrets opened. In five treatices 1. The wheel of fortune. 2. The art of Palmestry. 3. A treatise of moles 4. The interpreter of dreams. 5. Observations on fortunate and unfortunate days. With many other secrets and experiments, never before published. To which is added, a compleat book of riddles. 1. The fortune teller, or knowledge of good & bad fortune, ... 7. Also the best and most powerful receipt for making love powder. To which are added twent

[London] : Printed for J. Blare, at the Looking-Glass on London-Bridge, [1699]
1699
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The book of fortune: being marvellous for the invention, pleasant to be read or heard, and in many things very profitable to be understood Fit for honest recreation after more serious affairs or studies, and necessary to drive away evil thoughts and fantacies, wherewith many are oppressed. First written in Italian, after translated into English, and now newly compared in all the parts thereof, and much amended

London : printed by J. Heptinstall, for Brabazon Aylmer at the Three Pigeons against the Royal Exchange in Cornhill, 1698
1698
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The compleat book of knowledge: treating of the wisdom of the antients and shewing the various and wonderful operations of the signs and planets, and other celestial constellations, on the bodies of men, women and children; and the mighty influences they have upon those that are born under them. Compiled by the learned Albubetes, Benesaphan, Erra Pater, and other of the antients. To which is added, the country man's kalendar; with his daily practice, and perpetual prognostication for weather, ac

London : printed by W. Onley; and are to be sold by H. Nelme, at the Leg and Star in Cornhil, 1698
1698
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A discourse on the principles of chiromancy
La Chambre, Marin Cureau de, 1594-1669
London, Printed by Tho. Newcomb, and are to be sold by Tho. Basset ..., 1658
1658
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The English fortune-teller Being a brief direction how to shun all strife, a brief instruction how to chuse a wife; whereby a man may lead a happy life: it shews difference in womens qualities, by colour of their hair, both face and eyes, the tune is, Ragged and torn. &c

London : printed for W[illiam]. Thackeray, T[homas]. Passenger, and W[illiam]. Whitwood, [1675?]
1675?
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The high German fortune-teller. Laying down true rules & directions by which both men and women may know their good and bad fortune. To which is added, the whole art of palmestry Written by the high german artist
High German artist
[London] : Printed and sold in Aldermary Church-Yard, London, [1750?]
1750?
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The Little gipsy girl; or, Universal fortune teller. To which is added a complete dreaming dictionary

London : Printed for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster-Row, 1799
1799
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The man in the moone, telling strange fortunes, or, The English fortune-teller
W. M., fl. 1609
London : Printed by I. W[indet] for Nathaniel Butter, 1609
1609
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The dodechedron of fortune; or, The exercise of a quick wit A booke so rarely and strangely composed, that it giueth (after a most admirable manner) a pleasant and ingenious answer to euery demaund; the like whereof hath not heretofore beene published in our English tongue. Being first composed in French by Iohn de Meum, one of the most worthie and famous poets of his time; and dedicated to the French King, Charles the fift, and by him, for the worth and raritie thereof, verie much countenanced,
Jean, de Meun, d. 1305?
London : Printed by Iohn Pindley, for H. H[ooper] and S. M[an] and are to be sold at his shop in Paules Church-yard, at the signe of the Ball, 1613
1613
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The true fortune-teller, or, Guide to knowledge Discovering the whole art of chiromancy, physiognomy, metoposcopy, and astrology. Containing 1. A discription of the planets, their power and influence over the bodies of men, women, and children. 2. Of the several lines, ... characters in the hand and wrist; ... 3. Of physiognomy. ... 4. Observations on the eyes, ... 5. Metoposcopy, or the signification of the lines in the face. 6. of moles, and their signification. 7. Of dreams and interpretation
J. S
London : printed for E. Tracy, at the Three-Bibles on London-Bridge, 1698
1698
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The whole prophecies of Scotland, England, France, Ireland and Denmarke Prophecied by marueilous Merling, Beid, Bertlington, Thomas Rymer, Waldhave, Eltraine, Banester, and Sybilla. All agreeing in one: both in Latine verse, and Scottish meeter. Containing many strange and marueilous matters, not of before read nor hearde

Edinburgh : Imprinted by Andro Hart, Anno Dom. 1617
1617
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