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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 !
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Page The Cry of a Stone; a relation of something
spoken at Whitehall, by Anna Trapnel, (being in the Visions of God) relating to Governors, Armies, Churches, &c. Printed 1653
27 The Knowledge of the Times; or how long it shall be
until the end of Wonders. By John Tillinghast, a servant of Jesus Christ. Printed 1654
29 Extracts from Lord Chesterfield's Letters, 8vo. edition 1775
34 Remarkable Prophecies of Michael Nostradamus.
Published in France in 1555, and republished with
37 Extract from William Lilly's Works, 1645
41 Prediction of Baron de Swedenbourg Extracted from Arcana Cæleste
43 Mr. Turien ou Revelations, chap. xi. ver. 13.
43 Count Guibert,... Extract from his writings
44 Extract from John Wilson's Sermon Predictions of Mr. Christopher Love, 1651
45 The Prophecy of John Lacy, 1707
50 Prophecy of the French Revolution, from a publication by the late Mr. Peter Jurieu, in 1687
52 Extract from Bishop Newton's Dissertations on the Prophecies, 1760
57 Nixon's Cheshire Prophecy, at large; published from
Lady Cowper's correct copy, in the reign of Queen Anne; with historical and political remarks; aud several instances wherein it has been fulfilled. Also his life.-By John Oldmixon, Esq.
61 Extract from Tillotsou's Sermons; edited by Doctor Barker
84 Note of the Original Editor, to Part the Second 95 A remarkable Prophecy found in the Library of
Page Salizarius of Heidelburgh. Extracted from Moore's Almanack of 1755
97 Prophecy of Paul Grebnar, delivered by him to Queen Elizabeth io 1582
99 Extracts from Doctor Hartley's Observations on Man. Printed 1749
101 Extract from a Sermon preached in the Chapel of
Trinity College, Cambridge, October 13th, 1793.
106 Prediction of the learned and pious Archbishop Usher. Printed by Licence, 1652
109 Prophecy of Sybella Tiburtina, found in Mount Taurus
in Switzerland, 1590. Extracted from Catastrophe Mundi, page 86
115 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
119 Predictions of Peter du Molin : extracted from his book
entitled The Accomplishment of the Prophecies. Translated 1613
124 Extracts from a Work entitled A Cry from the Desert. Printed in 1707
125 Visions of Christopher Kotterus, compiled by Johannes Commenius. Printed 1664
133 Remarkable Prophecy of St. Thomas of Becket, 1170. Printed at Oxford, 1666
136 Daniel's description of the four monarchies, in four
prophecies, Extracted from John Tillinghast's works, 1654
188 Prediction of Dr. Sibly, 1784
139 Description of the end of the world, Extracted from the works of St. Augustine
Page A Warning to the World ; or prophetical numbers, cal. culated by the Rev. Ms. Clarke, 1769
143 Fatality of Rome, by Dr. John Pell
154 Introductory address to the prediction of Mr. W. B. by. J. Lawrence of Bristol, 1794
161 Predictions of Mr. W. B.
168 Amongst numerous other curious articles included in
the above two chopters will be found the Prophecy of Hildegardis, in 1146, as approved and published by M. Luther
176 Protestants massacred in France, in 1570-72 and
1573 Quotation from Prophetic Extracts
186 Extracts from Doctor Sohn Owen's Sermons
191 Vision of John Houblon, 1789
191 Prediction of Mr. Andrew Steward, Minister of Dunagar in Scotland, 1634
195 Signs of the present and future times, by Dr. Porteus, Bishop of London
196 Universal extent of the Grand Apostacy. By Sir Isaac Newton, 1718.
198 Extract from Essay on Public Credit.
By David Hume, Esq. 1787
203 Universal War; Discharges to Priests; and Lessons to Kings, by Dr. Smollett, 1771
207 Fatal difference between the French and English
mode of carrying on Commerce, &c. By Dr. Samuel Johnson
209 M. d'Archenholtz: 1789.--On armed Commerce, and
the Fate of Carthage Extract from a Sermon preached at Oxford, Nov. 5th, 1781, by W. Crowe, L.L. B.
214 Extract from a Declamation, delivered in the chapel of Trinity College, Cambridge, 1794