The prophetical mirror :
being a collection of prophecies, chiefly predictive of the present tumultuous times, and particularly relative to the revolution in France; the death of the King, Queen, and many of the nobles; the war of England, Russia, Holland, Prussia, Germany, &c. with France;with some prophecies respecting that nation which have not yet been accomplished; extracted from the writings of many eminently pious and learned men, both of the primitive and latter ages, among whom are Archbishop Brown, Mr. Fleming, Dr. Owen, M. Jurieu, Dr. Gill, Bishop Newton, Dr. Goodwin, Chris. Love, &c. &c. &c.; to which are added the whole of Nixon's prophecies, which were delivered in the reign of Queen Anne, published verbatim from the copy of Lady Cowper, with historical, critical, and political remarks.
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London : T. Sabine and Son, [17--?].
Separate t.p.: Nixon's Cheshire prophecy.
The Life of Nixon (p. -56) is a letter signed "W.E.".
Bound with: The history, life and death of that most learned and pious divine Bishop Usher.
Formerly at I 92 u 1 and now at LO P 1035.
Physical description: v, 56 p. ; 19 cm.
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