Astrologia Restaurata: Astrology Restored
By: Ramesey, William
1653. Contains all four books in this one edition. William changed the spelling of his name from Ramsay to Ramesey, under the pleasant delusion that he was a descendent of the Ramessids of Egypt. Ramesey took a degree in medicine at Montpellier and was physician to Charles II. He wrote on such disparate subjects as poisons, the origin of the soul, eclipses, worms, and the qualities of a true gentleman, and he was a devoted believer in the validity of astrology. This text provides the most complete set of rules for electional astrology available in English.