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Periodical: The Astrologers' Magazine [Williams]

Summary:  From Pat Deveney's database:

Astrologers' Magazine and Philosophical Miscellany, The.
Being an Advocate for Pure Astrology.
1857-1858 Monthly
London, England. Publisher: J. Allen. Editor: Edward Vaughan Williams.
1/1, September 1857. 32 pp., 6d. an issue.

Williams, who described himself as Professor of Astral Prophecy and Professor of the Sidereal Art, was a practicing astrologer in London. The journal was almost exclusively devoted to astrology but contained occasional articles or letters on the "Botanical Practice of Physics" and "astro-phrenology." Its real purpose seems to have been as an advertisement for Vaughan's New Calculating Instrument or Belt Planisphere (with explanatory key) to calculate nativities and for his services as an astrologer. The journal seems to have struggled from the beginning and Vaughan was compelled to offer his services half off in exchange for a new paid subscription.

Issues:Astrologers Magazine V1 N1 1857 Sep
Astrologers Magazine V1 N2 1857 Oct
Astrologers Magazine V1 N4 1858 Jan
Astrologers Magazine V1 N6 1858 Mar
Astrologers Magazine V1 N7 1858 Apr
Astrologers Magazine V1 N8 1858 May

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