Fortune-telling by dice. : The dodechedron of fortune, or, The exercise of a quick wit. : [A b]ooke so rarely and strangely composed, that it [g]iueth (after a most admirable manner) a pleasant and ingenious answer to euery demaund; the like whereof hath not heretofore beene published in our English tongue. / [Being] first composed in French by Iohn de Mevm ... ; and now .. Englished by Sr. W.B., Knight ...
Fortune-telling -- England -- Early works to 1800. : The screene of fortune here behold which will informe both young & old. In all you desire to know. If you but burne the wheel below. Unto some letter there you'l see what tis the starrs for you decree of good.
Fortune-telling -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800. : Lilly's new errapater or, A prognostication for Eber : Whereby any man may learn to give a certain judgment, of the weather throughout the whole year; so as to forced whether rain, snow, hail, wind or thunder shall happen in any month of the year, or day for ever, with abundance of ease, delight and satisfaction. Whereby also any may fore-know or prophesit of peace or war, of sickness, want, or plenty, of dearth of corn or cattle, that may befal in any year; according to Holy, Guidohonatus, Ptoloyy, and Lilly. With most excellent and approved rules for preserving the body in health. To which is added sundry useful and profitable observations in husbandry, according to the twelve months of the year (with allowance.).
Fortune-telling -- England -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800. : Poor Robin's prophesie, or, The merry conceited fortune-teller : although the poet makes no large apology some insight he may have into ass-trology, then buy this song and give your judgement of it and then perhaps you'l say he's a small prophet, for he can tell when thing will come to pass, that you will say is strange as ever was. : tune of, The delights of the battle, &c. : with allowance, Ro. L'Estrange.
Fortune-telling -- Exhibitions. : Qian qing gua yi, fu yu zhuan zhou : 2003 ji long zhong yuan ji yi wen hua hui zhan chen zhuan ji / Jilong Shi li wen hua zhong xin bian yin.
Fortune-telling -- Great Britain. : The trial of Joseph Powell the fortune-teller, at the Sessions-House, Clerkenwell, October 31, 1807 [electronic resource] / taken in short-hand by Mr. Gurney ; with an appendix and notes, containing various original letters and other documents referred to in the trial by the Society for the Suppression of Vice.
Allingham, John Till, active 1799-1810. : Federal-Street Theatre. On Monday evening, Dec. 8th. (For that night only) will be performed ... The mountaineers .. To which will be added ... Fortune's frolic. ....