Astrology Magazines, Journals and Almanacs Catalogue Part 1: 1790s-1880s

The first part in a series of instalments extracted from my full astrological library catalogue, focusing specifically on the magazines, journals and almanacs on astrology.

Journals of the 1790s:

[Lemoine, Henry, ed.] ‘The Conjuror’s Magazine’ Vol. 1 – Printed for W. Locke, No. 12 Red Lion St., Holborn, London, (1791-2). Defective: leaf comprising pp. 217 to 218 has been almost entirely torn out; heavy chip lost from upper outer margin of leaf comprising pp. 15-16, with losses to text of an article about deception using cards; heavy central chipping (with loss) and tearing to leaf comprising pp. 345-6. Lacks Lavater’s essays (as usual)

[Lemoine, Henry, ed.] ‘The Conjuror’s Magazine’ Vol. 2 – Printed for W. Locke, No. 12 Red Lion St., Holborn, London, [1792-3]. Defective: lacks pp. 515-518, title page, index, and (as usual) all Lavater’s Essays

[Lemoine, Henry, ed.] ‘The Astrologer’s Magazine and Philosophical Miscellany’ New Series Vol. 1 – W. Locke, London, 1794. Comprises the first six months of the magazine only, as issued in bound form. Defective: lacks pp. 235-6

Journals and almanacs of the 1820s:

Members of the Mercurii, the ‘The Astrologer of the Nineteenth Century, or Compendium of Astrology, Geomancy, and Occult Philosophy’ (Stated) 6th Edition – William Charlton Wright, 1825 (Internally consists of a complete set of the periodical ‘The Straggling Astrologer’ with its original pagination and invididual issue dates included)

Raphael, ed. ‘The Prophetic Messenger’ for 1827, Third Edition – William Charlton Wright, Covent Garden, London, (1827)

Raphael, ed. ‘The Prophetic Messenger’ for 1828 – William Charlton Wright, Paternoster Row, London, (1827)

Raphael, ed. ‘The Prophetic Messenger’ for 1829, stated Fourth Edition – William Charlton Wright, London, (1828?)

Raphael, ed. ‘The Prophetic Messenger’ for 1830, stated Fourth Edition – William Charlton Wright, Paternoster Row, London, (1829?)

Anonymous, ed. ‘The Spirit of Partridge; or, the Astrologer’s Pocket Companion, and General Magazine’ Davis & Dickson, Mathematical Booksellers, London, 1825. Comprises No. 1 August 5th 1824 – No. 17 January 15th 1825, with astronomical tables bound in towards end

Moore, Francis, physician [pseudo.] ‘Vox Stellarum; or, a Loyal Almanack for the Year of Human Redemption 1821’ Printed for the Company of Stationers by Luke Hansard & Sons, near Lincoln’s Inn Fields, and sold by George Greenhill, at their hall in Ludgate Street, undated

Moore, Francis, physician [pseudo.] ‘Vox Stellarum; or, a Loyal Almanack for the Year of Human Redemption 1822’ by G. Woodfall, Angel Court, Skinner St., and sold by George Greenhill, at their hall…, undated (tear with loss to lower outer margin of title page; defective: final leaf missing)

Moore, Francis, physician [pseudo.] ‘Vox Stellarum; or, a Loyal Almanack for the Year of Human Redemption 1823’ Printed for the Company of Stationers by G. Woodfall, Angel Court, Skinner St., and sold by George Greenhill, at their hall in Ludgate Street, undated (defective: final leaf missing)

Moore, Francis, physician [pseudo.] ‘Vox Stellarum; or, a Loyal Almanack for the Year of Human Redemption 1824’ Printed for the Company of Stationers by Cox and Bayliss, Great Queen Street, Lincoln’s Inn Fields, and sold by George Greenhill, at their hall in Ludgate Street, undated

Moore, Francis, physician [pseudo.] ‘Vox Stellarum; or, a Loyal Almanack for the Year of Human Redemption 1825’ Printed for the Company of Stationers by Cox and Bayliss, Great Queen Street, Lincoln’s Inn Fields, and sold by George Greenhill, at their hall in Ludgate Street, undated

Moore, Francis, physician [pseudo.] ‘Vox Stellarum; or, a Loyal Almanack for the Year of Human Redemption 1826’ Printed for the Company of Stationers by Cox and Bayliss, Great Queen Street, Lincoln’s Inn Fields, and sold by George Greenhill, at their hall in Ludgate Street, undated

Moore, Francis, physician [pseudo.] ‘Vox Stellarum; or, a Loyal Almanack for the Year of Human Redemption 1827’ Printed for the Company of Stationers by G. Woodfall, Angel Court, Skinner St., and sold by George Greenhill, at their hall in Ludgate Street, 1827 (green stain to lower outer corner of last leaf, with slight loss of publisher credit text on reverse side)

Moore, Francis, physician [pseudo.] ‘Vox Stellarum; or, a Loyal Almanack for the Year of Human Redemption 1828’ Printed for the Company of Stationers by G. Woodfall, Angel Court, Skinner St., and sold by George Greenhill, at their hall in Ludgate Street, 1828

Moore, Francis, physician [pseudo.] ‘Vox Stellarum; or, a Loyal Almanack for the Year of Human Redemption 1829’ Printed for the Company of Stationers by G. Woodfall, Angel Court, Skinner St., and sold by George Greenhill, at their hall in Ludgate Street, 1829 (severely defective: all pages after p. 24 missing)

Journals and Almanacs of the 1830s:

Zadkiel, ed. ‘The Horoscope: a Weekly Miscellany of Astrology’ Willmer and Smith, 1834. Complete in 19 weekly parts.

Raphael, ed. ‘The Prophetic Messenger’ for 1831 – William Charlton Wright, Paternoster Row, London, (1830?)

Raphael, ed. ‘The Prophetic Messenger’ for 1832 – William Charlton Wright, Paternoster Row, London, (1831?)

Raphael, ed. ‘The Prophetic Messenger’ for 1833 – William Charlton Wright, Paternoster Row, London, (1832?)

Raphael, ed. ‘The Prophetic Messenger’ for 1834, stated Second Edition – William Charlton Wright, Paternoster Row, London, (1833?)

Raphael, ed. ‘The Prophetic Messenger Almanac’ for 1835 – William Charlton Wright, Paternoster Row, London, (1834)

Raphael, ed. ‘The Prophetic Messenger, with Two Almanacs’ for 1836 – William Charlton Wright, Paternoster Row, London, (1835)

Raphael, ed. ‘The Prophetic Messenger, with Two Almanacs’ for 1837 – William Charlton Wright, Paternoster Row, London, (1836)

Raphael, ed. ‘The Prophetic Messenger, with Two Almanacs’ for 1838 – William Charlton Wright, Paternoster Row, London, (1837)

Raphael, ed. ‘The Prophetic Messenger, with Commercial and Astrological Almanacs’ for 1839 – William Charlton Wright, Paternoster Row, London, (1838)

Raphael, ed.‘The Prophetic Messenger, with Agricultural, Commercial and Astrological Almanacs’ for 1840 – William Charlton Wright, Paternoster Row, London, (1839)

Moore, Francis, physician [pseudo.] ‘Vox Stellarum; or, a Loyal Almanack for the Year of Human Redemption 1830’ Printed for the Company of Stationers by G. Woodfall, Angel Court, Skinner St., and sold by George Greenhill, at their hall in Ludgate Street, undated

Moore, Francis, physician [pseudo.] ‘Vox Stellarum; or, a Loyal Almanack for the Year of Human Redemption 1831’ Printed for the Company of Stationers by J. L. Cox, Great Queen St., Lincoln’s Inn Fields, and sold by George Greenhill, at their hall in Ludgate Street (inked calculation to outer margin of final page)

Moore, Francis, physician [pseudo.] ‘Vox Stellarum; or, a Loyal Almanack for the Year of Human Redemption 1832’ Printed for the Company of Stationers by G. Woodfall, Angel Court, Skinner St., and sold by George Greenhill, at their hall in Ludgate Street, undated

Moore, Francis, physician [pseudo.] ‘Vox Stellarum; or, a Loyal Almanack for the Year of Human Redemption 1833’ Printed for the Company of Stationers by G. Woodfall, Angel Court, Skinner St., and sold by George Greenhill, at their hall in Ludgate Street, undated

Moore, Francis, physician [pseudo.] ‘Vox Stellarum; or, a Loyal Almanack for the Year of Human Redemption 1834’ Printed for the Company of Stationers by J. L. Cox, Great Queen St., Lincoln’s Inn Fields, and sold by George Greenhill, at their hall in Ludgate Street (defective: last leaf missing)

Moore, Francis, physician [pseudo.] Vox Stellarum; or, a Loyal Almanack for the Year of Human Redemption 1836’ Printed for the Company of Stationers by J. L. Cox & Sons, Great Queen St., Lincoln’s Inn Fields, and sold by George Greenhill, at their hall in Ludgate Street, undated

Moore, Francis, physician [pseudo.] Vox Stellarum; or, a Loyal Almanack for the Year of Human Redemption 1837’ Printed for the Company of Stationers by James & Luke G. Hansard & Sons, near Lincoln’s Inn Fields, and sold by George Greenhill, at their hall, in Ludgate Street, undated

Moore, Francis, physician [pseudo.] Vox Stellarum; or, a Loyal Almanack for the Year of Human Redemption 1838’ Printed for the Company of Stationers by James & Luke G. Hansard & Sons, near Lincoln’s Inn Fields, and sold by George Greenhill, at their hall, in Ludgate Street, undated

Moore, Francis, physician [pseudo.] Vox Stellarum; or, a Loyal Almanack for the Year of Human Redemption 1839’ Printed for the Company of Stationers by G. Baldwin, new Bridge-Street, Blackfriars, and sold by George Greenhill, at their hall, in Ludgate Street, undated


Journals and almanacs of the 1840s:

Anonymous, ed. ‘L’Astrologue Universel ou le Véritable Triple Liégeois*: Almanach Journalier pour’ 1845; 1846; 1849 – Au dépôt central des almanachs liégeois et autres, various addresses, [Paris], [1845-1849] [*Title is occasionally ‘Le Véritable Double Liégeois’]

Zadkiel, ed. ‘The Horoscope’ No Publisher stated, undated (but 1841: presumed an early compilation of 1841 original serial in six mostly monthly parts, as issued; complete in 242 pp.)

Zadkiel, ed. ‘The Horoscope’ William Charlton Wright, [1848] (falsely dated 1843, but reprint of earlier 1843 compilation of original 1841 monthly serial issue, q.v. under 1841 above. Distinguished from original issue by alterations to final pages, with p. 240 amended to become the final page and original pp. 241 and 242 missing)

Raphael, ed. ‘Raphael’s Prophetic Almanac, Being the Prophetic Messenger, with Agricultural, Commercial and Astrological Almanacs’ for 1841 – William Charlton Wright, Paternoster Row, London, (1840)

Raphael, ed. ‘Raphael’s Prophetic Almanac, Being the Prophetic Messenger, with Astronomical, Agricultural and Astrological Almanacs’ for 1842 – William Charlton Wright, Paternoster Row, London, (1841)

Raphael, ed. ‘Raphael’s Prophetic Almanac, Being the Prophetic Messenger, Weather Guide, and Ephemeris for 1843’ William Charlton Wright, Paternoster Row, London, (1842)

Raphael, ed. ‘Raphael’s Prophetic Almanac, Being the Prophetic Messenger, Weather Guide, and Ephemeris for 1844’ William Charlton Wright, Paternoster Row, London, (1843)

Raphael, ed. ‘Raphael’s Prophetic Almanac, Being the Prophetic Messenger, Weather Guide, and Ephemeris for 1845’ William Charlton Wright, Paternoster Row, London, (1844)

Raphael, ed. ‘Raphael’s Prophetic Almanac, Being the Prophetic Messenger, Weather Guide, and Ephemeris for 1846’ William Charlton Wright, Paternoster Row, London, (1845)

Raphael, ed. ‘Raphael’s Prophetic Almanac, Being the Prophetic Messenger, Weather Guide, and Ephemeris for 1847’ William Charlton Wright, Paternoster Row, London, (1846)

Raphael, ed. ‘Raphael’s Prophetic Almanac, Being the Prophetic Messenger, Weather Guide, and Ephemeris for 1848’ William Charlton Wright, Paternoster Row, London, (1847)

Raphael, ed. ‘Raphael’s Prophetic Almanac, Being the Prophetic Messenger, Weather Guide, and Ephemeris for 1849’ William Charlton Wright, Paternoster Row, London, (1848)

Raphael, ed. ‘Raphael’s Prophetic Almanac, Being the Prophetic Messenger, Weather Guide, and Ephemeris for 1850’ William Charlton Wright, Paternoster Row, London, (1849)

Moore, Francis, physician [pseudo.] ‘Vox Stellarum; or, a Loyal Almanack for the Year of Human Redemption 1840’ Printed for the Company of Stationers by James, Luke G. and Luke H. Hansard, near Lincoln’s Inn Fields, and sold by George Greenhill, at their hall, Ludgate Street, undated

Moore, Francis, physician [pseudo.] ‘Vox Stellarum; or, a Loyal Almanack for the Year of Human Redemption 1841’ Printed for the Company of Stationers by J. L. Cox & Sons, 75 Great Queen St., Lincoln’s Inn Fields, and sold by George Greenhill, at their hall, Ludgate Street, undated

Moore, Francis, physician [pseudo.] ‘Vox Stellarum; or, a Loyal Almanack for the Year of Human Redemption 1842’ Printed for the Company of Stationers by G. Woodfall and son, Angel Court, Skinner St., and sold by George Greenhill, at their hall, Ludgate Street, undated

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac, and Herald of Astrology’ for 1841 – Sherwood, Gilbert, & Piper, Paternoster Row, London, (1840)

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac, and Herald of Astrology’ for the Dark Year 1842 – Sherwood, Gilbert, & Piper, Paternoster Row, London, (1841)

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac, and Herald of Astrology’ for 1843 – Sherwood, Gilbert, & Piper, Paternoster Row, London, (1842)

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac, and Herald of Astrology’ for 1844 – Sherwood, Gilbert, & Piper, Paternoster Row, London, (1843)

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac, and Herald of Astrology’ for 1845 – Sherwood, Gilbert, & Piper, Paternoster Row, London, (1844)

Journals and Almanacs of the 1850s:

Vaughan Williams, Edward ‘The Astrologer’s Magazine and Philosophical Miscellany’ No publisher stated, undated (but most internal contents suggest 1858 though one letter printed is dated 1850; possibly a later compilation of a periodical published erratically by the author in a very small circulation; in fact, an advertisement at the back of Zadkiel’s Almanac for 1858 indicates that it commenced publishing as a monthly on September 1st, 1857 and introduces Vaughan Williams as the ‘successor to T. Oxley Esq.’)

Anonymous, ed. ‘L’Astrologue Universel ou le Véritable Triple Liégeois*: Almanach Journalier pour’ 1850; 1851; 1853; 1854; 1856; 1857; 1859 – Au dépôt central des almanachs liégeois et autres, various addresses, [Paris], 1850-1859 [*Title is occasionally ‘Le Véritable Double Liégeois’]

Zadkiel, ed. ‘The Companion to Zadkiel’s Almanac for 1855’ Printed and Published for the Author by Piper, Stephenson, and Spence, 23, Paternoster Row, London

Orion, ed. ‘Orion’s Prophetic Guide, and British Weather Almanac, for the year 1856’ Simpkin, Marshall, and Co., Stationers’ Hall Court, London; J. S. Clarke, Market-Place, Peterborough

Orion, ed. ‘Orion’s Prophetic Guide, and British Weather Almanac, for the year 1858’ Simpkin, Marshall, and Co., Stationers’ Hall Court, London; J. S. Clarke, Market-Place, Peterborough

Raphael, ed. ‘Raphael’s Prophetic Almanac, Being the Prophetic Messenger, Weather Guide, and Ephemeris for 1851’ William Charlton Wright, Paternoster Row, London

Raphael, ed. ‘Raphael’s Prophetic Almanac, Being the Prophetic Messenger, Weather Guide, and Ephemeris for 1852’ William Charlton Wright, Paternoster Row, London

Raphael, ed. ‘Raphael’s Prophetic Almanac, Being the Prophetic Messenger, Weather Guide, and Ephemeris for 1853’ William Charlton Wright, Paternoster Row, London

Raphael, ed. ‘Raphael’s Prophetic Almanac, Being the Prophetic Messenger, Weather Guide, and Ephemeris for 1854’ William Charlton Wright, Paternoster Row, London

Ashphe, Dr. Smith, ed. ‘Dr. Simmonite’s Meteorologist, and Daily Account of the Weather: Predictions of Epidemic Diseases, the World’s Fate in 1852, and a complete Almanack’ Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Stationers’-Hall Court, London

Ashphe, Dr. Smith, ed. ‘Dr. Simmonite’s Meteorologist, and Daily Account of the Weather: Predictions of Epidemic Diseases, the World’s Fate this year, and a complete Almanack for the eventful 1855’ Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Stationers’-Hall Court, London

Ashphe, Dr. Smith, ed. ‘Dr. Simmonite’s Meteorologist, and Daily Account of the Weather: Predictions of Epidemic Diseases, the World’s Fate this year, and a complete Almanack for the eventful 1856’ Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Stationers’-Hall Court, London

Authorship unclear (attrib. Simmonite, W. J.) ‘Simmonite’s Astronomical Ephemeris and Meteorological Almanack, with Planetary Phenomena’ Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Stationers’ Hall Court, London

Anonymous, ed. ‘W. & J. Newcombs’ Stamford & Lincolnshire Compendium 1855’ Printed and Published by W. and J. Newcomb, High-Street, Stamford

Anonymous, ed. ‘W. & J. Newcombs’ Stamford & Lincolnshire Compendium 1856’ Printed and Published by W. and J. Newcomb, High-Street, Stamford

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’ for 1851 – Hall & Co., 25 Paternoster Row, London

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’ for 1852 – Hall & Co., 25 Paternoster Row, London. Two copies

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’ for 1853 – Piper Brothers & Co., 23 Paternoster Row, London

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’ for 1854 – Piper Brothers & Co., 23 Paternoster Row, London

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’ for 1855 – Piper, Stephenson, & Spence, 23, Paternoster Row, London. Two copies

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’ for 1856 – Piper, Stephenson, & Spence, 23, Paternoster Row, London. Two copies

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’ for 1857 – Piper, Stephenson, & Spence, 23, Paternoster Row, London

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’ for 1858 – Piper, Stephenson, & Spence, 23, Paternoster Row, London. Two copies

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’ for 1859 – George Berger, Holywell St. Strand

Journals and Almanacs of the 1860s:

Anonymous, ed. ‘L’Astrologue Universel ou le Véritable Triple Liégeois*: Almanach Journalier pour’ 1860; 1865; 1866; 1867; 1868; 1869 – Au dépôt central des almanachs liégeois et autres, various addresses, [Paris], 1860-1869 [*Title is occasionally ‘Le Véritable Double Liégeois’]

Broughton, L. D. ‘Broughton’s Monthly Planet Reader and Astrological Journal’ Vol. 1 No. 1 Apr 1 1860; Vol. 1 No. 2 May 1 1860; Vol. 1 No. 3 June 1 1860; Vol. 1 No. 4 Jul 1 1860; Vol. 1 No. 5 Aug 1 1860; Vol.1 No. 6 Sep 1 1860; Advertisements; Vol. 1 No. 7 Oct 1 1860; Vol. 1 No. 8 Nov 1 1860; Vol. 1 No. 9 Dec 1 1860

Broughton, L. D. ‘Broughton’s Monthly Planet Reader and Astrological Journal’ Vol. 2 No. 1 Jan 1 1861; Vol. 2 No. 2 Feb 1 1861; Vol. 2 No. 3 Mar 1861; Vol. 2 No. 4 Apr 1861; Vol. 2 No. 5 and 6, May & June 1861; Vol. 2 No. 7 Jul 1861; Vol. 2 No. 8 Aug 1861; Vol. 2 No. 9 Sep 1861; Vol. 2 No. 10 Oct 1861; Vol. 2 No. 11 Nov 1861; Vol. 2 No. 12 Dec 1861

Broughton, L. D. ‘Broughton’s Monthly Planet Reader and Astrological Journal’ Vol. 3 No. 1 Jan 1862; Vol. 3 No. 2 Feb 1862; Vol. 3 No. 3 Mar 1862; Vol. 3 No. 4 Apr-Jun 1862; Vol. 3 No. 5 Jul-Sep 1862; Vol. 3 No. 6 Oct-Dec 1862

Broughton, L. D. ‘Broughton’s Monthly Planet Reader and Astrological Journal’ Vol. 4 No. 1 Jan-Mar 1863; Vol. 4 No. 2 Apr-Jun 1863; Vol. 4 No. 3 Jul-Sep 1863

Broughton, L. D. ‘Broughton’s Monthly Planet Reader and Astrological Journal’ Vol. 5 No. 1 Oct-Dec 1864

Broughton, L. D. ‘Broughton’s Monthly Planet Reader and Astrological Journal’ Vol. 6 No. 1 Jan-Mar 1865; Vol. 6 No. 2 Apr-Jun 1865; Vol. 6 No. 3 Jul-Sep 1865; Vol. 6 No. 4 Oct-Dec 1865

Broughton, L. D. ‘Broughton’s Monthly Planet Reader and Astrological Journal’ Vol. 7 No. 1 Jan-Mar 1866; Vol. 7 No. 2 Apr-Jun 1866; Vol. 7 No. 3 Jul-Sep 1866; Vol. 7 No. 4 Oct-Dec 1866

Broughton, L. D. ‘Broughton’s Monthly Planet Reader and Astrological Journal’ Vol. 8 No. 1 Jan-Mar 1867; Vol. 8 No. 2 Apr-Jun 1867; Vol. 8 No. 3 Jul-Sep 1867; Vol. 8 No. 4 Oct-Dec 1867

Broughton, L. D. ‘Broughton’s Monthly Planet Reader and Astrological Journal’ Vol. 9 No. 1 Oct-Dec 1869

Dolby, William P., ed. ‘Dolby’s Old Moore’s Almanac, and Stamford Annual 1866’ Printed and Published by William P. Dolby, High Street, Stamford

Ford, John, ed. ‘Ford’s Stamford Almanack and Companion 1866’ Printed and Published by John Ford, Stamford

Johnson, H. & J., ed. ‘Johnsons’ Household Almanack and Local Compendium for 1869’ H. & J. Johnson, St. Mary’s Hill, Stamford [Complete issue, including ‘Johnsons’ Companion to the Almanacks’ section]

Anonymous, ed. ‘The Midland Counties Almanac Advertiser’ [undated, but presumed from bound context to be for 1861]

Anonymous, ed. – Untitled Publication, presumed from contents to be ‘The Midland Counties Almanac Advertiser’ [undated, but presumed from bound context to be for 1862]

Orion, ed. ‘Orion’s Prophetic Guide and British Almanac, for the Year 1861’ Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Stationers’ Hall Court, London / Whittaker & Co., Ave Maria Lane, London / John Renshaw, 38, Gracechurch Street, London / R. Gardner, Narrow Bridge Street, Peterborough

Orion, ed. ‘Orion’s Prophetic Guide and British Weather Almanac, for the Year 1862’ Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Stationers’ Hall Court, London / Whittaker & Co., Ave Maria Lane, London / John Renshaw, 38, Gracechurch Street, London / R. Gardner, Narrow Bridge Street, Peterborough

Orion, ed. ‘Orion’s Prophetic Guide and British Weather Almanac, for the Year 1865’ Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Stationers’ Hall Court, London / Whittaker & Co., Ave Maria Lane, London / E. T. Hamblin, Narrow Bridge Street, Peterborough

Orion, ed. ‘Orion’s Prophetic Guide and British Weather Almanac, for the Year 1866’ Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Stationers’ Hall Court, London / Whittaker & Co., Ave Maria Lane, London / E. T. Hamblin, Narrow Bridge Street, Peterborough

Orion, ed. ‘Orion’s Prophetic Guide and British Weather Almanac, for the Year 1869’ Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Stationers’ Hall Court, London / Whittaker & Co., Ave Maria Lane, London / E. T. Hamblin, Narrow Bridge Street, Peterborough

Raphael, the Astrologer of the Nineteenth Century, ed. ‘Raphael’s Prophetic Almanac: Or the Prophetic Messenger, Weather Guide, and Ephemeris for 1865, Comprising a Variety of Useful Matter; with Predictions of the Events, and the Weather, that will Occur in Each Month During the Year 1865, Illustrated with a Large Coloured Hieroglyphic, An Explanation of which will be given in next Year’s Almanac’ T. T. Lemare, 1, Ivy Lane, Paternoster Row, London (1864)

Authorship unclear (Simmonite, W. J., attrib.) ‘Simmonite’s Meteorologist and Daily Account of the Weather, Predictions of Epidemic Diseases, the World’s Fate This Year, and a Complete Almanack, for 1861’ Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Stationers’ Hall Court, London

Authorship unclear (Simmonite, W. J., attrib.) ‘Dr. Simmonite’s Meteorologist, and Daily Account of the Weather, Predictions of Epidemic Diseases, the World’s Fate This Year, and a Complete Almanack, for 1862’ Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Stationers’ Hall Court, London

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’ for 1860 – George Berger, Holywell St. Strand

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’ for 1861 – George Berger, Holywell St. Strand. Two copies

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac for 1862’ – George Berger, Holywell St. Strand

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac for 1865’ – George Berger, Newcastle St. Strand

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac for 1866’ – George Berger, Newcastle St. Strand

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac for 1869’ – J. G. Berger, Newcastle St. Strand

Almanacs of the 1870s:

Anonymous, ed. ‘L’Astrologue Universel ou le Véritable Triple Liégeois*: Almanach Journalier pour’ 1871; 1872; 1873; 1875; 1876; 1877; 1878; 1879 – Au dépôt central des almanachs liégeois et autres, various addresses, [Paris], 1870-1879 [*Title is occasionally ‘Le Véritable Double Liégeois’]

Zadkiel, ed. ‘The Companion to Zadkiel’s Almanac for 1872’ Printed by B. D. Cousins, Helmet Court, 338 Strand, London and published by J. G. Berger, 12 Newcastle Street, Strand

Anonymous, ed. ‘Jenkinson’s Royal Albert Almanack, together with the Stamford Compendium and Year-Book of Information, for the Counties of Lincoln, Rutland, and Northampton for 1874’ John Jenkinson, High Street, Stamford

Anonymous, ed. ‘Johnson’s Companion to the Almanacs’ for 1870 – no publication information available (title page and early contents missing); appears published in Stamford. Partial copy only

Merlin, ed. ‘Merlin’s Prognostications for 1872’ Published for the Author by F. Robert T. Cross, 30 Alpha Square, Walworth, London

Orion, ed. ‘Orion’s Prophetic Guide, Weather Almanac, and Ephemeris for the Year 1870’ Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Stationers’ Hall Court, London / Whittaker & Co., Ave Maria Lane, London / E. T. Hamblin, Narrow Bridge Street, Peterborough

Orion, ed. ‘Orion’s Prophetic Guide, Weather Almanac, and Ephemeris for the Year 1872’ Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Stationers’ Hall Court, London / Whittaker & Co., Ave Maria Lane, London / E. T. Hamblin, Narrow Bridge Street, Peterborough

Orion, ed. ‘Orion’s Prophetic Guide, Weather Almanac, and Ephemeris for the Year 1874’ Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Stationers’ Hall Court, London / Whittaker & Co., Ave Maria Lane, London / E. T. Hamblin, Narrow Bridge Street, Peterborough

Orion, ed. ‘Orion’s Prophetic Guide, Weather Almanac, and Ephemeris for the Year 1875’ Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Stationers’ Hall Court, London / Whittaker & Co., Ave Maria Lane, London / E. T. Hamblin, Narrow Bridge Street, Peterborough

Orion, ed. ‘Orion’s Prophetic Guide, Weather Almanac, and Ephemeris for the Year 1876’ Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Stationers’ Hall Court, London / Whittaker & Co., Ave Maria Lane, London / J. S. Clarke, Market-Place, Peterborough

Orion, ed. ‘Orion’s Prophetic Guide, Weather Almanac, and Ephemeris for the Year 1877’ Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Stationers’ Hall Court, London / Whittaker & Co., Ave Maria Lane, London / J. S. Clarke, Market-Place, Peterborough

Orion, ed. ‘Orion’s Prophetic Guide, Weather Almanac, and Ephemeris for the Year 1878’ Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Stationers’ Hall Court, London / Whittaker & Co., Ave Maria Lane, London / W. Kent & Co., Paternoster Row, London / G. C. Caster (late J. S. Clarke), Market-Place, Peterborough

Orion, ed. ‘Orion’s Prophetic Guide, Weather Almanac, and Ephemeris for the Year 1879’ Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Stationers’ Hall Court, London / W. Kent & Co., Paternoster Row, London / Geo. C. Caster, Market-Place, Peterborough

Raphael, ed. ‘Raphael’s Prophetic Almanac; or, the Prophetic Messenger, Weather Guide, and Ephemeris for 1876’ Catty & Dobson, 1 Ivy Lane, Paternoster Row / John Heywood, Manchester / John Menzies & Co., Edinburgh

Raphael, ed. ‘Raphael’s Prophetic Almanac; or, the Prophetic Messenger, Weather Guide, and Ephemeris for 1877’ Catty & Dobson, 1 Ivy Lane, Paternoster Row / A. Hall & Co., Paternoster Row / John Heywood, Manchester / A. Roffe & Co., Bromfield Street, Boston, U.S., A. [sic]

Raphael, ed. ‘Raphael’s Prophetic Almanac; or, the Prophetic Messenger, Weather Guide, and Ephemeris for 1878’ J. E. Catty, 12 Ave Maria Lane, Paternoster Row, London / John Heywood, Manchester / A. Roffe & Co., Bromfield Street, Boston

Raphael, ed. ‘Raphael’s Prophetic Almanac; or, the Prophetic Messenger, Weather Guide, and Ephemeris for 1879’ J. E. Catty, 12 Ave Maria Lane, Paternoster Row, London / John Heywood, Manchester / A. Roffe & Co., Bromfield Street, Boston. Two copies, one in original soft covers; the other rebound with other almanacs

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’ for 1870 – J. G. Berger, Newcastle Street, Strand. Two copies

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’ for 1871 – J. G. Berger, Newcastle Street, Strand

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’ for 1872 – J. G. Berger, Newcastle Street, Strand. Two copies

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’ for 1873 – J. G. Berger, Newcastle Street, Strand

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’ for 1874 – J. G. Berger, Newcastle Street, Strand. Two copies

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’ for 1875 – J. G. Berger, Newcastle Street, Strand. Two copies

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’ for 1876 – J. G. Berger, Newcastle Street, Strand. Two copies

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’ for 1877 – J. G. Berger, Newcastle Street, Strand. Two copies

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’ for 1878 – J. G. Berger, Newcastle Street, Strand. Two copies

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’  for 1879 – Cousins & Co., 3 York St., Covent Gardens, London W.C.. Two copies

Zuriel, Pres. S. M. A. M., ed. ‘Zuriel’s Voice of the Stars; or, Scottish Prophetic Messenger for 1872’ James Burns, 15 Southampton Row, London W. C., 1872

Journals and Almanacs of the 1880s:

Powley P., compiler ‘The Astrologer, Composed of 12 Monthly Parts Treating of the Science of Astrology, Medical Botany, etc.’ Vol. I – W. Foulsham, London, undated (but 1887-8). Two copies

Powley P., compiler ‘The Astrologer, Composed of 12 Monthly Parts Treating of the Science of Astrology, Medical Botany, etc.’ Vol. II – W. Foulsham, London, (1888-9)

Anonymous, ed. ‘L’Astrologue Universel ou le Véritable Triple Liégeois*: Almanach Journalier pour’ 1880; 1881; 1882; 1883; 1884; 1885; 1886; 1887; 1888; 1889 – Au dépôt central des almanachs liégeois et autres, various addresses, [Paris], 1880-1889 [*Title is occasionally ‘Le Véritable Double Liégeois’]

Orion (pseud.) ‘Orion’s Prophetic Guide, Weather Almanac, and Ephemeris for the year 1881’ Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Stationers’ Hall Court, London / W. Kent & Co., Paternoster Row, London / Geo. C. Caster, Market Place, Peterborough

Orion (pseud.) ‘Orion’s Prophetic Guide, Weather Almanac, and Ephemeris for the year 1883’ Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Stationers’ Hall Court, London / W. Kent & Co., Paternoster Row, London / Geo. C. Caster, Market Place, Peterborough

Orion (pseud.) ‘Orion’s Prophetic Guide, Weather Almanac, and Ephemeris for the year 1884’ Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Stationers’ Hall Court, London / W. Kent & Co., Paternoster Row, London / Geo. C. Caster, Market Place, Peterborough

Orion (pseud.) ‘Orion’s Prophetic Guide, Weather Almanac, and Ephemeris for the year 1885’ Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Stationers’ Hall Court, London / W. Kent & Co., Paternoster Row, London / Geo. C. Caster, Market Place, Peterborough

Orion (pseud.) ‘Orion’s Prophetic Guide, Weather Almanac, and Ephemeris for the year 1886’ Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Stationers’ Hall Court, London / W. Kent & Co., Paternoster Row, London / Geo. C. Caster, Market Place, Peterborough

Orion (pseud.) ‘Orion’s Prophetic Guide, Weather Almanac, and Ephemeris for the year 1887’ Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Stationers’ Hall Court, London / W. Kent & Co., Paternoster Row, London / Geo. C. Caster, Market Place, Peterborough

Orion (pseud.) ‘Orion’s Prophetic Guide, Weather Almanac, and Ephemeris for the year 1888’ Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Stationers’ Hall Court, London / W. Kent & Co., Paternoster Row, London / Geo. C. Caster, Market Place, Peterborough

Raphael, ed. ‘Raphael’s Almanac; or, the Prophetic Messenger and Weather Guide for 1881’ Catty & Dobson, 12 Ave Maria Lane, Paternoster Row, London / A. H. Roffe & Co., 11 Bromfield St., Boston, U.S.A.

Raphael, ed. ‘Raphael’s Almanac; or, the Prophetic Messenger and Weather Guide for 1883’ Catty & Dobson, 4 Pilgrim Street, Ludgate Hill, London

Raphael, ed. ‘Raphael’s Almanac; or, the Prophetic Messenger and Weather Guide for 1885’ Catty & Dobson, 4 Pilgrim Street, Ludgate Hill, London

Raphael, ed. ‘Raphael’s Almanac; or, the Prophetic Messenger and Weather Guide for 1886’ W. Foulsham & Co. (late Catty & Dobson), 4 Pilgrim Street, Ludgate Hill, London

Raphael, ed. ‘Raphael’s Almanac; or, the Prophetic Messenger and Weather Guide for 1887’ W. Foulsham & Co., 4 Pilgrim Street, Ludgate Hill, London / A. H. Roffe & Co., 11 Bromfield St., Boston, USA

Raphael, ed. ‘Raphael’s Almanac; or, the Prophetic Messenger and Weather Guide for 1888’, bound with ‘The Companion to Raphael’s Almanac, Containing Birthday Information; also, the fate of any child born during the year 1888’ W. Foulsham & Co. (late Catty & Dobson), 4 Pilgrim Street, Ludgate Hill, London

Regulus, ed. ‘Signs of the Times: a Monthly Almanac and Miscellany of Astro-Meteorology, the Celestial Science of Astrology, and the Arts, Sciences, and Literature Generally’ Grant and Company, Boston – Vol. 1 No. 1 September 1884 to Vol. 1 No. 4 December 1884

Regulus, ed. ‘Signs of the Times: a Monthly Almanac and Miscellany of Astro-Meteorology, the Celestial Science of Astrology, and the Arts, Sciences, and Literature Generally’ Grant and Company, Boston – Vol. 1 No. 5 January 1885 – Vol. 1 No. 16 December 1885

Regulus, ed. ‘Signs of the Times: a Monthly Almanac and Miscellany of Astro-Meteorology, the Celestial Science of Astrology, and the Arts, Sciences, and Literature Generally’ Grant and Company, Boston – Vol. 2 No. 1 January 1886 to Vol. 2 No. 11 November 1886 (last published that year)

Regulus, ed. ‘Signs of the Times: a Monthly Almanac and Miscellany of Astro-Meteorology, the Celestial Science of Astrology, and the Arts, Sciences, and Literature Generally’ Grant and Company, Boston – Vol. 3 No. 1 January 1887 to Vol. 3 Nos. 10-12 October-December 1887

Regulus, ed. ‘Signs of the Times: a Monthly Almanac and Miscellany of Astro-Meteorology, the Celestial Science of Astrology, and the Arts, Sciences, and Literature Generally’ Grant and Company, Boston – Vol. 4 Nos. 1-3 January-March 1888 to Vol. 4 Nos. 4-6 April-June 1888

[Pearce, A.], ed. ‘Urania: a Monthly Journal of Astrology, Meteorology, and Physical Science’ No. 1, January 1880 – No. 9, September 1880 – Simpkin, Marshall & Company, London, 1880

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’  for 1880 – Cousins & Co., 3 York St., Covent Gardens, London W.C.

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’ for 1881 – Cousins & Co., 3 York St., Covent Gardens, London W.C.

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’ for 1882 – Cousins & Co., 3 York St., Covent Gardens, London W.C.

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’ for 1883 – Cousins & Co., 3 York St., Covent Gardens, London W.C. (two copies, one separately bound, the other among other almanacs for the year)

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’ for 1884 – Cousins & Co., 3 York St., Covent Gardens, London W.C.

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’ for 1885 – Cousins & Co., 3 York St., Covent Gardens, London W.C.

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’ for 1886 – Cousins & Co., 3 York St., Covent Gardens, London W.C.

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’ for 1887 – Cousins & Co., 6, Helmet Court, (338) Strand, W. C., London

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’ for 1888 – Cousins & Co., 6, Helmet Court, (338) Strand, W. C., London

Zadkiel, ed. ‘Zadkiel’s Almanac’ for 1889 – Cousins & Co., 3 York St., Covent Gardens, London W.C.

This astrological library and associated time spent documenting it is entirely privately funded by me personally. Paypal donations towards further acquisitions are gratefully accepted on solger@comhem.se. I am always looking for further issues of relevant astrological magazines, journals and almanacs. If you have complementary publications to donate or sell, please reply to this strand in the first instance. I’d be happy to hear from you.

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