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Author: Greenway, R. Richard.
Title: An alarm from the holy mountain of the Lord to the inhabitants of the earth, and the word of the Lord sounding out of Sion, let all the inhabitants tremble. With a warning to the wicked, calling them to repentance. As also two visions shewn and revealed by the Lord unto his servant Richard Greenway, one shewing how the head of the wicked one shall suddenly be dashed, the other how the spirit and power of darkness is caught in its own snare. And somthing that was sent to Richard Brown in particular, who is commander of the train-bands of London.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An alarm from the holy mountain of the Lord to the inhabitants of the earth, and the word of the Lord sounding out of Sion, let all the inhabitants tremble. With a warning to the wicked, calling them to repentance. As also two visions shewn and revealed by the Lord unto his servant Richard Greenway, one shewing how the head of the wicked one shall suddenly be dashed, the other how the spirit and power of darkness is caught in its own snare. And somthing that was sent to Richard Brown in particular, who is commander of the train-bands of London.
Greenway, R. Richard., Eccles, Solomon, 1618-1683.

[London: printed for the author, 1662]
Notes:
Caption title.
Imprint from colophon.
Concerns Greenway's imprisonment.
Includes a letter dated and signed: From Newgate Goale the 23d. of the 4th. month. 1662. Solomon Eccles.
Reproduction of the original in the Friends House Library, London.
Subject terms:
Greenway, R. Richard -- Early works to 1800.
Prisoners' writings, English -- Early works to 1800.
Prophecies -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain -- History -- Charles II, 1660-1685 -- Prophecies -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A42019.0001.001

Contents
An ALARM FROM The Holy Mountain of the Lord to the Inhabitants of the EARTH, AND The word of the Lord sounding out of Sion, let all the Inhabitants tremble. With a Warning to the wicked, calling them to Repentance.
Where there is no Vision the people perish; And thus saith the LordI will pour out my Spirit upon all Flesh, and your Sons and your Daughters shall Prophe∣sy, and your Old men shall dream dreams, and your Young men shall see Visions.
A Copy of this following Letter in obedience to the Lord was written, and delivered into the hand of Richard Brown, (who is Commander over the Trained-Bnds, and Souldiers of the City of London;) but before he either read it or lookt into it he put it into the fire with his own hand, by which it was burnt, Mary Cooper the barer thereof being present, the Lord who moved to write and send it unto him, hath com∣manded to Print it, that yet he and others may come to see what that spirit that rules in him would stifle and burn.
By reason of our cruel close imprisoment, where we are thronged in nasty holes through thy means, divers of our friends have fallen sick, and one of them is departed this life, which thou mayest feell the bur∣den and weight off, when God accounts the death of his Martyres upon his persecutors.
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