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Author: T. W. (Thomas Woodrove)
Title: An allarm to the inhabitants of the earth: that they all may be awakned [sic] and shake off their poluted garments, and meet the Lord with speedy repentance ... and here is a warning to all rulers, magistrates, and men in authority, that they all do that which is just and right ... also a salutation to the children of Light, who are turned to the Lord especially to them in Dorcet shire / by T.W.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An allarm to the inhabitants of the earth: that they all may be awakned [sic] and shake off their poluted garments, and meet the Lord with speedy repentance ... and here is a warning to all rulers, magistrates, and men in authority, that they all do that which is just and right ... also a salutation to the children of Light, who are turned to the Lord especially to them in Dorcet shire / by T.W.
T. W. (Thomas Woodrove)

London: Printed in the 3d. month for M.W., 1659.
Subject terms:
Society of Friends
Apocalyptic literature -- Quaker authors.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A96878.0001.001

Contents
AN ALLARM TO The Inhabitants of the Earth, That they all may be awakned and shake off their poluted garments, and meet the Lord with speedy repen∣tance, before his wrath break out against them, and none be able to quench it.
A Sallutation to the Children of light who are turned to the Lord especially to them in Dorset-shire.
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