Simmonite, W. J., A. M. Ph. Mat. ‘Catastrophe Mundi, the Effects of the Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn, For 200 Years to come. The Meteorologist and Catastrophe Mundi; or, the World’s Fate for 1844. Containing an Almanack: Also an Aspectarian of the Planets and Asteroids; Astrologer’s Guide; Predictions of Epidemic Diseases of 1844 – Sixth Yearly Edition’ Simpkin and Marshall, Stationers’-Hall Court, London, .
Cloth (split down both hinges, torn towards top of spine, and worn at outer corners of boards).  + [pp. 4-64]
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Carefully scanned in full colour from our original printing purchased in the 2010s.
William Joseph Simmonite was one of the leading British astrologers of the mid-19th century. He published astrological almanacs from the late 1830s through to the early 1860s. Most were named Simonite’s Meteorologist, but the present work was a special edition given a different name to reflect its singular focus on the Jupiter-Saturn conjunction.