Leo, Alan ‘Everybody’s Astrology (Astrological Manuals No. 1)’ Second Edition, Rewritten and Greatly Enlarged – 9, Lyncroft Gardens, West Hampstead N. W., London, 1904.
Original outwardly cloth-covered boards (light wear to outer corners of front board). [p. ii of advertisements (= front paste-down)] + [pp. iii-iv] +  + 7 +  + [pp. 9-96] + [pp. 97-8 of tables] + [pp. i-xv of content alternating with advertisements] + [pp. xvi- xxix of advertisements (inc. rear paste-down)]
About this Book Scan
Carefully scanned in full colour from our original printing of the 1904 second edition.
Everybody’s Astrology was the first book to be issued in an extensive series of small-format books known collectively as Alan Leo’s Astrological Manuals, which were authored by Leo and several colleagues. Unlike many of the later volumes, this one was written by Leo personally.
This second edition from 1904 is billed as having been rewritten and greatly enlarged from the first of 1901, which is also separately available as a download from Astrolearn. For the historian of astrology, it is well worth comparing the two to see the evolution of Alan Leo’s thinking between the two earliest editions.