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Author: Rogers, John, 1627-1665?
Title: Jegar-Sahadvtha: an oyled pillar. Set up for posterity, against present wickednesses, hypocrisies, blasphemies, persecutions and cruelties of this serpent power (now up) in England (the out-street of the beast.) Or, A heart appeale to heaven and earth,: broken out of bonds and banishment at last, in a relation of some part of the past and present sufferings of John Rogers in close prison and continued banishment, for the most blessed cause and testimony of Jesus; the sound of the seventh trumpet and the gospel of the seven thunders, or holy oracles (called rayling by them in power) sealed up to the time of the end. From Carisbrook Castle in the third year of my captivity, the fifth-prison, and the third in exile, having been hurried about from post to pillar, quia perdere nolo substantiam propter accidentia.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Jegar-Sahadvtha: an oyled pillar. Set up for posterity, against present wickednesses, hypocrisies, blasphemies, persecutions and cruelties of this serpent power (now up) in England (the out-street of the beast.) Or, A heart appeale to heaven and earth,: broken out of bonds and banishment at last, in a relation of some part of the past and present sufferings of John Rogers in close prison and continued banishment, for the most blessed cause and testimony of Jesus; the sound of the seventh trumpet and the gospel of the seven thunders, or holy oracles (called rayling by them in power) sealed up to the time of the end. From Carisbrook Castle in the third year of my captivity, the fifth-prison, and the third in exile, having been hurried about from post to pillar, quia perdere nolo substantiam propter accidentia.
Rogers, John, 1627-1665?

[London: s.n., 1657]
Subject terms:
Civil rights -- England
Persecution
Imprisonment -- Great Britain
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A91934.0001.001

Contents
title page
The poore Prisoner, Pilgrime, and Exile in Caines-br-Castle, from the top of Amana, the top of Shenir and Hermon, from the Lions dens, from the Mountains of the Leopards; To all his fellow-Citizens in Sion, and fellow-separates out of Babylon, and to such as are not ashamed of our Chaine, especially in that Church society, whereof the Holy Ghost hath made him an Overseer.
Morning-beams: OR, The Vision of the Prison-Pathmos.
From a Friend to a Friend.
The chiefest Erratas to be mended.
A HIGH-WITNESSE, or a HEART-APPEALE, &c.
A POSTSCRIPT.
A Necessary Word to the Ingenious READER.
Errata's in the Introduction, &c.