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a manner as complete as that of Jerusalem. Then shall the world enjoy uninterrupted peace and tranquillity for 500 years. Happy are those who may live to see these days! But still more happy those nations and those individuals, who have softened rather than increased the infliction of the divine wrath upon his elect people, the Jews!
The Cry of a Stone; or a relation of something spoken at Whitehall, by Anna Trapnel, (being in the Visions of God,) relating to Governors, Armies, Churches, &c. Printed 1653
The Knowledge of the Times; or how long it shall be
Extract from William Lilly's Works, 1645
Mr. Turien on Revelations, chap. xi. ver. 13.
Prophecy of the French Revolution, from a publication
Nixon's Cheshire Prophecy, at large; published from
Lady Cowper's correct copy, in the reign of Queen Anne; with historical and political remarks; and several instances wherein it has been fulfilled.
his life. By John Oldmixon, Esq.
Note of the Original Editor, to Part the Second
A remarkable Prophecy found in the Library of
Salizarius of Heidelburgh. Extracted from Moore's
Extracts from Doctor Hartley's Observations on Man.
Prediction of the learned and pious Archbishop Usher.
Mundi, page 86
Prophecy of Malachy, a popish saint, declaring the number, and some marks of all the Popes that shall be hereafter, together with the final destruction of Popery and the city of Rome. Delivered about the year 1140
Predictions of Peter du Molin: extracted from his book
Commenius. Printed 1664
Remarkable Prophecy of St. Thomas of Becket, 1170.
Daniel's description of the four monarchies, in four
A Warning to the World; or prophetical numbers, cal-
Introductory address to the prediction of Mr. W. B.
Amongst numerous other curious articles included in
Prophecy of Hildegardis, in 1146, as approved and
Protestants massacred in France, in 1570-72 and
Signs of the present and future times, by Dr. Porteus,
Bishop of London
Universal extent of the Grand Apostacy. By Sir Isaac
Kings, by Dr. Smollett, 1771
Universal War; Discharges to Priests; and Lessons to
Fatal difference between the French and English mode of carrying on Commerce, &c. By Dr. Samuel Johnson
M. d'Archenholtz: 1789---On armed Commerce, and the Fate of Carthage
Extract from a Sermon preached at Oxford, Nov.