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Author: Blackwell, Jonathan.
Title: A heavenly diurnall, glory be to God on high, peace on earth, good will towards men, it was good news, is, and ever will be, or, The long expected returne of the many publike and private humiliations of the people of God all which will by his blessing ere long, be turned into dayes of great praise and thanksgiving, and prove a fatall scourge to such traiterous, blasphemous tongues as Aulicus, &c / by I. B.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A heavenly diurnall, glory be to God on high, peace on earth, good will towards men, it was good news, is, and ever will be, or, The long expected returne of the many publike and private humiliations of the people of God all which will by his blessing ere long, be turned into dayes of great praise and thanksgiving, and prove a fatall scourge to such traiterous, blasphemous tongues as Aulicus, &c / by I. B.
Blackwell, Jonathan.

London: [s.n.], 1644.
Notes:
Attributed to Jonathan Blackwell. Cf. NUC pre-1956.
Reproduction of original in Thomason Collection, British Library.
Subject terms:
England and Wales. -- Parliament.
Debts, Public -- England.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A28306.0001.001

Contents
title page
To all unfained Lovers of Truth and Peace thorowout the world.
Certaine Objections made concerning Propositions for just Debts, which were answered unto as fol∣loweth, or to the like effect.
The Reasons wherefore no more provision is made for the poore man, who is not so well able to secure his Debt is:
The Question being, which shall be first paid, Iust Debts, or Publike Faith.
The City Reasons, wherefore honest and well affected mens Debts should be made good out of their Delinquent Debtors Estates, so far forth as they will pay the same.
Finally my Brethren, let us trust in the Lord our God, who is the Lord of hosts, and who for bis unspeakable Glory, and our comforts (be it knowne unto you) blessed be his great Name.