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The strange and wonderful predictions of Mr. Christopher Love, minister of the Gospel at Laurence Jury, London 1 edition

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Love, Christopher

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The strange and wonderful predictions of Mr. Christopher Love, minister of the Gospel at Laurence Jury, London
who was beheaded on Tower-hill, in the time of Oliver Cromwell's government of England. Giving an account of Babylon's fall, and in that glorious event, a general reformation over all the world. With a most extraordinary prophecy, of the late revolution in France, and the downfall of the antichristian kingdom, in that country. By M. Peter Jurieu. Also, Nixon's Chesire prophecy

Published 1651 by printed for the bookseller in London .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

Date of publication conjectured by Wing

Work is actually a collection of prophecies by Love, Peter Jurieu [i.e. Pierre Jurieu], Richard Nixon, James Usher [i.e. James Ussher], Lady Jane Grey and Lady Wallace; each with separate caption titles

Reproduction of the original in the Trinity College Library, Dublin

Wing (2nd ed.) L3177A

Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1989. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 1971:18).

Series
Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1971:18
Genre
Early works to 1800
Other Titles
Nixon's Cheshire prophecy at large

The Physical Object

Format
Microform
Pagination
87, [1] p
Number of pages
87

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL15418982M

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