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Author: Marbury, Edward, 1581-ca. 1655.
Title: Vox turturis vel columba alba albionis=The voice of the turtle, or, Englands white dove: in the deluge of division, the second time sent forth from Gods Arke, to prsent a peace-offering upon the altar of Jehovah Shalom. Humbly proposing that divine direction, which the God of Peace hath revealed in his word of truth, for determining differences by an holy ordinance of his owne institution, wherein himselfe is the sole judge, ... Shewing how by this divine way of Gods judgement, not onely the great differences here in church and state depending, may speedily and happily be determined with glory to God, honour to the King, and happinesse to the kingdomes, but also all the greatest controversies, both civill and sacred throughout Christendome may be composed, the effusion of blood prevented, many prophecies conducing to an universall peace fulfilled, the happy use of this holy ordinance made knowne, and the name of God thereby manifested, ... even among heathens. / Per E. M. Arm. Christi servorum minimo minorem.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Vox turturis vel columba alba albionis=The voice of the turtle, or, Englands white dove: in the deluge of division, the second time sent forth from Gods Arke, to prsent a peace-offering upon the altar of Jehovah Shalom. Humbly proposing that divine direction, which the God of Peace hath revealed in his word of truth, for determining differences by an holy ordinance of his owne institution, wherein himselfe is the sole judge, ... Shewing how by this divine way of Gods judgement, not onely the great differences here in church and state depending, may speedily and happily be determined with glory to God, honour to the King, and happinesse to the kingdomes, but also all the greatest controversies, both civill and sacred throughout Christendome may be composed, the effusion of blood prevented, many prophecies conducing to an universall peace fulfilled, the happy use of this holy ordinance made knowne, and the name of God thereby manifested, ... even among heathens. / Per E. M. Arm. Christi servorum minimo minorem.
Marbury, Edward, 1581-ca. 1655.

London: Printed for T.W., 1647.
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- History
Great Britain -- Church history
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A89518.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Gentle, Judicious, religious Reader: The humble addresse of the harmlesse Dove.
The Contents of the ensuing Treatise.
Errata.
CHAP. I. Of the severall acceptions of the word LOT.
CHAP. II.
Lot frequent among other Nations, besides Gods owne people, the Jewes.
How this sacred Ordinance may be used and applyed as a soveraigne Medicine to heale the unhappy divisions of this distracted Kingdome, and to cure and compose these destructive dissentions and contentions between the King and Parliament.
Reasons why this way ought to be embraced and used before any humane way.