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Author: Nicolai, Philipp, 1556-1608.
Title: Chronologia sacra By the high ... Doctor Phil. Nicolai. lib. 2. de regno Christi. Shortly collected and augmented by Neils Michelsone. Cum priuilegio S. R. Maj. Newly translated out of the Germans and Dence tongue into English, by David Forbes. Pervsed, and accompanied with a short treatise and exhortation tending to repentance.
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Chronologia sacra By the high ... Doctor Phil. Nicolai. lib. 2. de regno Christi. Shortly collected and augmented by Neils Michelsone. Cum priuilegio S. R. Maj. Newly translated out of the Germans and Dence tongue into English, by David Forbes. Pervsed, and accompanied with a short treatise and exhortation tending to repentance.
Nicolai, Philipp, 1556-1608., Michelsone, Neils,, Forbes, David,, Arthus, Gotthard, b. 1568,

Edinburgh: Printed by Iohn Wreittonn [sic], 1630.
Alternate titles: Chronologia sacra. English Chronologia sacra. English
Notes:
Signatures: A-F G4 (-G4).
An edition of: Nicolai, Philipp. Chronologia sacra.
Translated into German by Gotthard Arthus in 1598, into Danish by Niels Michelsone in 1628, and then into English by David Forbes.--NUC Pre-1956.
Title page mutilated, with some loss of print.
Reproduction of the original in the National Library of Scotland.
Subject terms:
Bible -- Chronology -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A08238.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE RIGHT HONOVABLE, THE RIGHT REƲEEND AND WORTHY, H LORD PROƲEST, BAILIFS MINI∣STERS, and remnant selers of EDINBVRGH: All ••••se of grace heere and glorheereafter, &c.
TO The Christian READER.
THE AVTHORS WARRAND for searching of Scripture.
CHRONOLOGIA SACRA, THE CALLING TYME OF THE IEWES. 41 ½ Yeares.
The calling tyme of the Gentils 1600 yeares.
Gogs, Magogs, or the Turks King∣dome began anno Christi 335, and indureth 1335 yeares.
THE POPES BEGINNING.
A short interpretation, and clea∣ring of the register of the new Testament.
The first: Namely, the called time of the Iewes.
The other tyme of the New Testa∣ment: namely, the Gentils, which should indure 1600 yeares. SACRA,
The third tyme of the New Testament: Namely, Gogs, Magogs, or Mahumets, and Turkes Kingdome: and that for the space 1335. yeares, which is ended anno Christi 1670. according to the prophecie of Daniel. 12. v. 12. and Dan. 7. ver. 8.
The fourth tyme of the New Te∣stament: namely, the Popes.
Comment. de regno CHRISTI, lib. 2. capit. 2. fol. 6. 196. sequent.
I. Of the diminishing of CHRISTS Church against the worlds end. Pag. 223.
What successe Spaine hath to ex∣spect heere in the Sownd. pag. 99. lib. 1. circa finem. cap. 2.
A BRIEFE TREATISE AND EXHORTATION TO REPENTANCE.