The prophecie of one of His Maiesties chaplains, concerning the plague and black-patches

with Mr. Gadburies happy and joyful predictions, for the decrease of the plague both in the city and suburbs; the time when; the manner how; by God"s permission, and according to natural causes; the effects and motion of the planets, and what every week may produce for the thrice-happy and welcome abatement of this sad and dismal pestilence; and the city of London to be wholly acquit thereof about (or before) Christmas

Publisher: printed for G. Horton in London

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Plague -- England -- Early works to 1800,
  • Prophecy -- Early works to 1800

Edition Notes

GenreEarly works to 1800
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 2054:20
ContributionsGadbury, John, 1627-1704
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[2], 6 p
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15425314M

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The prophecie of one of His Maiesties chaplains, concerning the plague and black-patches: with Mr. Gadburies happy and joyful predictions, for the decrease of the plague both in the city and suburbs; the time when; the manner how; by God's permission, and according to natural causes; the effects and motion of the planets, and what every week may produce for the thrice-happy and welcome.

Londons remembrancer: for the staying of the contagious sicknes of the plague by Dauids memoriall. As it vvas follovved in a sermon preached in Christs-church in London, the of Ianuarie. Vpon occasion of the publique thanksgiuing, enioyned by his maiesties proclamation.

The charitable pestmaster, or, The cure of the plague conteining a few short and necessary instructions how to preserve the body from infection of the plagve as also to cure those that are infected: together with a little treatise concerning the cure of the small pox: published for the benefit of the poore of this city and not unmeet for the.

In sprucing up a lecture I came across the little pamphlet The prophecie of one of His Maiesties chaplains, concerning the plague and black-patches with Mr. Gadburies happy and joyful predictions, for the decrease of the plague both in the city and suburbs; the time when; the manner how; by God's permission, and according to natural causes; the effects and motion of the planets, and what.

The plague is the reason we all feel weary, Tarrou argues. It’s a weary business to have the plague, but it’s a wearier business to try to beat it, especially since the only thing that can set us free is death. Despite all this discourse, Tarrou maintains that he is in fact modest and not qualified to judge anyone.

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