2154.—Francis Moore, 1657. (From an anonymous Print published at that date)details

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2154.—Francis Moore, 1657. (From an anonymous Print published at that date)

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But Lilly’s popularity with the million chiefly originated in his almanac, which he began to publish in 1644, under the title of ‘Merlinus Anglicus, Junior.’ This obtained an amazing circulation, and was followed by a host of similar productions, of whose authors, John Gadbury (Fig. 2157) was one of the most notorious in his own day, whilst Francis Moore (Fig. 2154) even yet remains famous in ours.” (p. 219)

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