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Author: Salter, Robert, fl. 1626.
Title: Wonderfull prophecies from the beginning of the monarchy of this land hidden vnder the parables of: Three young noble-men in a fiary fornace. A chast wife, and two old fornicators. The idol Belus and his dragon. Daniel in a den amid lyons. Their agreement with canonical prophecies: also in temperate defence of the apocryphals annexed to the canon of the Scriptures. Together with an essay touching the late prodigious comete; how farre forth the præsages thereof doe accord with such prophecies, as are found to pertaine to these our times. By all which, the discrete and wise in heart may gather touching things to come, what is forewarned vnto men; as for the general and publique, so also for their priuate and particular. By Robert Salter.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Wonderfull prophecies from the beginning of the monarchy of this land hidden vnder the parables of: Three young noble-men in a fiary fornace. A chast wife, and two old fornicators. The idol Belus and his dragon. Daniel in a den amid lyons. Their agreement with canonical prophecies: also in temperate defence of the apocryphals annexed to the canon of the Scriptures. Together with an essay touching the late prodigious comete; how farre forth the præsages thereof doe accord with such prophecies, as are found to pertaine to these our times. By all which, the discrete and wise in heart may gather touching things to come, what is forewarned vnto men; as for the general and publique, so also for their priuate and particular. By Robert Salter.
Salter, Robert, fl. 1626.

London: Printed by William Iones dwelling in Red-crosse street, 1626.
Notes:
On the Book of Daniel.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Bible. -- O.T. -- Daniel -- Criticism, interpretation, etc. -- Early works to 1800.
Prophecies -- Early works to 1800.
Comets -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A11372.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE RIGHT HONOVRABLE EDMOND Lord SHEFFIELD, Baron of Butterwyke, Earle of Mulgraue, Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter, and my singular good Lord, Life and Light from God in the Loue of Christ,
VINDICIAE DANIELIS.
Of Apocryphals in Generall.
The Apocryphals of Daniel.
The first Period is of the Martyrdome of three young men.
The Accomplishment.
The second Period is of the chast wife.
In this Period of the Chast wife.
The Accomplishment.
The third Period is of an Jdola∣trous Culture.
The Accomplishment.
The forth Period is of a tumultuous Conspiracie.
The Accomplishment.
The first Corollary.
The second Corollary.
The Conclusion.