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Author: Smith, Nicholas, d. 1680.
Title: Wonderfull prophecyes revealed to Nicholas Smith shoe-maker, living at Tillington neer Petworth in Sussex,: as he was about 30 years agoe in the house of one Vickers living in the Stert at Abbington in Barkshire; spoken to him by a man, whom he affirmeth as his Lord and Saviour, in the presence of the said Vickers (master of the inn) one Katharine Smith, one Carpenter's wife, and a maid-servant of the house, who all both saw the vision, and heard all the words of this prophesie. 1. Concerning his own life and conversation. 2. Concerning the Bible, and Book of Navigation. 3. Concerning the day of Restauration of the creatures, to be on New-years Day next, 1653. 4. Concerning this nation, and the whole world in generall. Manifested unto me Nicholas Smith on Matthias Day last, by a spirit from God; and am now come up to London to doe the work I am commanded, and lie at the signe of the Flying-Horse in Thames-street, where I will by the grace of God be ready to attest to the truth hereof with my life.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Wonderfull prophecyes revealed to Nicholas Smith shoe-maker, living at Tillington neer Petworth in Sussex,: as he was about 30 years agoe in the house of one Vickers living in the Stert at Abbington in Barkshire; spoken to him by a man, whom he affirmeth as his Lord and Saviour, in the presence of the said Vickers (master of the inn) one Katharine Smith, one Carpenter's wife, and a maid-servant of the house, who all both saw the vision, and heard all the words of this prophesie. 1. Concerning his own life and conversation. 2. Concerning the Bible, and Book of Navigation. 3. Concerning the day of Restauration of the creatures, to be on New-years Day next, 1653. 4. Concerning this nation, and the whole world in generall. Manifested unto me Nicholas Smith on Matthias Day last, by a spirit from God; and am now come up to London to doe the work I am commanded, and lie at the signe of the Flying-Horse in Thames-street, where I will by the grace of God be ready to attest to the truth hereof with my life.
Smith, Nicholas, d. 1680.

London: [s.n.], Printed in the Yeer. 1652.
Subject terms:
Prophecies
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A93381.0001.001

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VVonderfull PROPHECIES.