Lilly, William, 1602-1681. -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800. : Thomas Gataker B.D. his vindication of the annotations by him published : upon these words, Thus saith the Lord, learn not the way of the heathen, and be not dismayed at the signes of heaven, for the heathen are dismayed at them. Jer. 10. 2. Against the scurrilous aspersions of that grand imposter Mr. William Lillie; as also against the various expositions of two of his advocates, Mr. John Swan, and another by him cited, but not named: together with the annotations themselvs. Wherein the pretended grounds of judiciary astrologie, and the Scripture-proofes produced for it, are discussed and refuted. Imprimatur, Edm. Calamy. April 12. 1653.
Lilly, William, 1602-1681. : William Lilly student in astrologie, his past and present opinion touching monarchy in these nations: and his decision of the controversie between the Normans and the Long-Parliament.
Lilly, William, 1602-1681. : Historical discourses, upon several occasions : viz. I. The happy progress and success of the arms of K. Charles I. of ever blessed Memory, from the 30<r>th</r> of March, to the 23<r>d</r> of November, 1644. Written by His Majesty's especial Command, and corrected, almost in every Page, with His own Hand. II. Memorials of His said Majesty's unfortunate Success in the Year following. III. A Journal of several Actions performed in the Kingdom of Scotland, after King Charles the Second's Arrival there in 1650. IV. The Life and Actions of Thomas Howard, Earl of Arundel and Surrey, Earl-Marshal of England. V. A full Answer to a Book entituled, Monarchy, or no Monarchy; being a confused Mixture of false, traiterous and contradictory Observations concerning King Charles I. Publish'd by William Lilly in July 1651. VI. Observations upon the Inconveniencies that have attended the frequent Promotions to Titles of Honour and Dignity, since King James I. came to the Crown of England. Vii. Observations on the Annals of the Reign of King Charles the First, Publish'd by Hamon.
Lilly, William, 1602-1681. : Mr. Lillyes prognostications of 1667 : predicting the prosperity, satisfaction, and happiness of the English with their glorious victories and successes by land and sea, especially in June and July (the Chattam months) : with the miserable and unheard of ruine and desolation attending Dutch, Dane and French, in their armies, navyes, and all their affaires / produced for publick satisfaction and better information into that horrible cheat of judicial astronomy.