|Author:||Tonge, Ezerel, 1621-1680.|
|Title:||The Northern star, The British monarchy, or, The northern the fourth universal monarchy Charles II, and his successors, the founders of the northern, last, fourth and most happy monarchy : being a collection of many choice ancient and modern prophecies ; wherein also the fates of the Roman, French, and Spanish monarchies are occasionally set out.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The Northern star, The British monarchy, or, The northern the fourth universal monarchy Charles II, and his successors, the founders of the northern, last, fourth and most happy monarchy : being a collection of many choice ancient and modern prophecies ; wherein also the fates of the Roman, French, and Spanish monarchies are occasionally set out.
Tonge, Ezerel, 1621-1680.
London: Printed by J. D. and are to be sold by most booksellers, 1680.
"To the Imperial Majesty of Charles ..." signed E. T.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Prophecies -- Early works to 1800.
The Publisher's Admonition to the Reader, concern∣ing the Contents of this Book, and the Authors intents in the present Publication of these Pro∣phecies.
To the Imperial Majesty of CHARLES the Great, of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, King; Lord of Carolina, Virginia, Jamaica, the Isles and Plan∣tations of the East; Soveraign of both the Seas; De∣fender of the True, Ancient, Catholick and Apo∣stolick Faith; Duke of Normandy, &c.
Ad Regem Carolum Votum.
Grebner's Prophecy of the Year 1660.
An Admonition to the Reader, concerning the Title of the Fourth Monarchy given to this Book, rather than that of the Fifth Monarchy, so much doted on by some of our Days.
The Epistle to the Reader.
Michael Rotingius on Zach. vi. 8.
Michael Rotingius, in Zach. vi. 8.
to the reader
Post-script, January, 1679.
A Post-script TO THE READER.
The Contents of this Book, first designed by the Author (and which he will still pursue if this Impression be encouraged) were to be distributed into three Parts, whereof this is only the First.
CHAP. I. The Text of Esdras's Prophecy, out of Esdras ivth Book xi, xii, and xiii Chapters, in the Doway and English Translations, and a very brief Ex∣position thereof, by a nameless Author.
Esdras iv. Chap. xi.
Esdras iv. Chap. xii.
Anonymous future History of Europe. SECT. 11.
CHAP. II. Merlins Prophecy of the Lion of the North.
CHAP. III. A Nameless Author of The Future History of Europe, Printed 1650. Pag. 9. Sect. IV.
CHAP. IV. The Confession of the Rosie Cross, &c.
CHAP. V. Thomas Pugh, British Prophecies out of Maxwel's Prophe∣cies, Sect. 16. Fol. 84. &c.
CHAP. VI. Modern Predictions of Grebner, Cotter, &c.
CHAP. VII. Some more Modern and Domestick Visions and Prophecies.
CHAP. IX. The History of the Prophetick Agat.
CHAP. X. The Heart Prophecy.
CHAP. XI. William Postellus his Mystical Key.
The Publisher to the Reader.
Errata non Corrigenda.