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APA Citation

Booker, John.  (1643).  The New bloody almanack for this insuing yeare, begining March the 25, 164[4] and ending March 25, 1645 in which England is directed to foreknow what shall come to passe according to many predictions : being a perfect abstract of the prophesies of the best approved, out of scripture, astrologie and prophesy : and some observations from that admired astrologer of our daye Mr. John Booker : also other prophesies by Walgrave, Merlin and Cardan.  London :  Printed by John Hammond

MLA Citation

Booker, John.  The New bloody almanack for this insuing yeare, begining March the 25, 164[4] and ending March 25, 1645 [microform] : in which England is directed to foreknow what shall come to passe according to many predictions : being a perfect abstract of the prophesies of the best approved, out of scripture, astrologie and prophesy : and some observations from that admired astrologer of our daye Mr. John Booker : also other prophesies by Walgrave, Merlin and Cardan  Printed by John Hammond London  1643

Australian/Harvard Citation

Booker, John.  1643,  The New bloody almanack for this insuing yeare, begining March the 25, 164[4] and ending March 25, 1645 [microform] : in which England is directed to foreknow what shall come to passe according to many predictions : being a perfect abstract of the prophesies of the best approved, out of scripture, astrologie and prophesy : and some observations from that admired astrologer of our daye Mr. John Booker : also other prophesies by Walgrave, Merlin and Cardan  Printed by John Hammond London

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