An astrolo-physical compendium...
An astrolo-physical compendium· Or A brief introduction to astrology. Wherein any person of an ordinary capacity, may (with ease) give a certain, true and rational judgment upon any question demanded, by the motions of the coelestial bodies, being furnished with all necessary rules relating thereunto. To which is added, the nature of most physical English herbs, and what planet governs each of them: as also, the true time of gathering them astrologically, and how to apply them according to the nature of the distemper, and part afflicted. By Richard Ball, astro-mathematicus.
London : printed for H. Nelme, at the Leg and Star, over against the Royal Exchange in Cornhil, 1697.