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Saunders physiognomie, and chiromancie, metoposcopie, the symmetrical proportions and signal moles of the body : fully and accurately explained; with their natural-predictive significations both to men and women. Being delightful and profitable : with the subject of dreams made plain: whereunto is added the art of memory / by Richard Saunders, student in astrology and physick.

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RICHARDSON/ 291

Record identifier

74VMBvQ8e6ed

Saunders physiognomie, and chiromancie, metoposcopie, the symmetrical proportions and signal moles of the body : fully and accurately explained; with their natural-predictive significations both to men and women. Being delightful and profitable : with the subject of dreams made plain: whereunto is added the art of memory / by Richard Saunders, student in astrology and physick.

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Saunders physiognomie, and chiromancie, metoposcopie, the symmetrical proportions and signal moles of the body : fully and accurately explained; with their natural-predictive significations both to men and women. Being delightful and profitable : with the subject of dreams made plain: whereunto is added the art of memory / by Richard Saunders, student in astrology and physick.

Full title

Saunders physiognomie, and chiromancie, metoposcopie, the symmetrical proportions and signal moles of the body : fully and accurately explained; with their natural-predictive significations both to men and women. Being delightful and profitable : with the subject of dreams made plain: whereunto is added the art of memory / by Richard Saunders, student in astrology and physick.

Publisher

London : printed by H. Brugis, for Nathaniel Brook, at the sign of the Angel in Cornhil and at his shop at the east end of the Royal Exchange, 1671.

Date

1671.

Call Numbers

RICHARDSON/ 291

Record Identifier

74VMBvQ8e6ed

Language

English

Formats

Physical Description

Contents

[28], 160, [2], 155-156, 161-377, [15] p. : ill., ports. ; 29 cm. (fol.)

Publication information

Publisher

London : printed by H. Brugis, for Nathaniel Brook, at the sign of the Angel in Cornhil and at his shop at the east end of the Royal Exchange, 1671.

Edition

2nd ed., very much enlarged.

Analytical title

A treatise of the moles of the body of man & woman.

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ALTERNATIVE TITLES

Full title

Saunders physiognomie, and chiromancie, metoposcopie, the symmetrical proportions and signal moles of the body : fully and accurately explained; with their natural-predictive significations both to men and women. Being delightful and profitable : with the subject of dreams made plain: whereunto is added the art of memory / by Richard Saunders, stud...

Variant title

A treatise of the moles of the body of man & woman.

Other title

Physiognomie, and chiromancie, metoposcopie.

Second part, or second book: wherein is treated of physiognomy, metoposcopy, oneirocracy.

AUTHORS, ARTISTS AND CONTRIBUTORS

Author / Artists

NOTES

General note

"The second part, or second book: wherein is treated of physiognomy, metoposcopy, oneirocracy." and "A treatise of the moles of the body of man & woman," each have separate title page, with imprint "for Nathaniel Brooks, 1670.", on leaves [Y]1r and 2S2r, respectively.

Signatures: a-b4, c2, B-Z4, Aa-Zz4, Aaa-Eee4.

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Citation / References Note

ESTC (RLIN), R010153.

Wing (CD-Rom, 1996), S755.

Additional physical form availability note

Online at the State Library of NSW.

Exhibitions

Exhibited in: "Kill or Cure? A Taste of Medicine", State Library of New South Wales, 30 July 2022 - 22 January 2023.

Date Published

1671.

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PRIMARY IDENTIFIERS

Call Numbers

RICHARDSON/ 291

Record Identifier

74VMBvQ8e6ed

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991002328189702626

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