|Author:||Stock, Richard, 1569?-1626.|
|Title:||A learned and very usefull commentary upon the whole prophesie of Malachy by ... Mr. Richard Stock ... ; whereunto is added, An exercitation upon the same prophesie of Malachy, by Samuel Torshell.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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A learned and very usefull commentary upon the whole prophesie of Malachy by ... Mr. Richard Stock ... ; whereunto is added, An exercitation upon the same prophesie of Malachy, by Samuel Torshell.
Stock, Richard, 1569?-1626., Torshell, Samuel, 1604-1650.
London: Printed by T.H. and R.H. for Daniel Frere and William Wells ..., 1641.
Includes bibliographical references.
Added t.p. and separate paging (, 94 p.): An exercitation vpon the prophecie of Malachy, by Samuel Torshell ... London : Printed by Edward Griffin for Daniel Frere, 1640.
The epistle dedicatory signed: Sam. Torshell.
Reproduction of original in University of Illinois Library.
Bible -- Prophecies.
Bible. -- O.T. -- Malachi -- Commentaries.
Bible. -- O.T. -- Malachi -- Prophecies.
To The ancient Friends and Hearers of the Au∣thor, especially to the Right Worshipfull EDWARD RUDGE Alderman; To the Worshipfull Captaine JOHN VEN, Mr. WILLIAM KENDALL, Mr. RICHARD ELLIS, with the rest of the Inhabitants of the par∣rish of Alhallowes Bread∣street, LONDON.
To the READER.
A Breviat of the Testimony given by Mr. Ga∣taker, to Mr. Richard Stock, at his Funerall Sermon.
The Summe or Argument of the whole Prophesie.
AN EXPOSITION UPON THE WHOLE Booke of the Prophesie of Malachy, delivered in certaine Sermons.
THE SECOND CHAPTER OF THE PROPHET MALACHY.
THE THIRD CHAPTER OF THE PROPHET MALACHY.
THE FOVRTH CHAPTER OF THE PROPHET MALACHY.
A Table of the Contents. The letter (a) sheweth the first Alphabet, the letter (b) the second, the figure sheweth the Page.
To the Reader.
A Table of the Digressions.
A Table of all such Texts of Scripture as are occasionally quoted, or illustrated in the exposition of this Prophecy.
I shall desire the Reader to mend with his pen these few Errata before he reade the Exercitation, which being short and the language of it rough, the least error will make him miscarry in the sense. Some other smaller faults he will finde, which will not hinder him.
A Catalogue of the Authori∣ties here cited.
AN EXERCITATION VPON THE PROPHESIE OF MALACHY.
I. The first Contestation.
II. The second Contestation.
III. The third Contestation.
IV The fourth Contestation.
V. The fifth Contestation.
VI. The sixth Contestation.
VII. The seventh Contestation.
VIII. The eighth and last Contestation.