|Author:||Humble seeker of truth and peace.|
|Title:||Zion's sad tears, for Nineveh's just fears. Or, Hours of mourning, for yeers of sinning; Being some few directed observations of divine mercy, & sinful returns: with an humble offering towards regulation of land and maritime affairs. By a humble seeker of truth and peace.|
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Zion's sad tears, for Nineveh's just fears. Or, Hours of mourning, for yeers of sinning; Being some few directed observations of divine mercy, & sinful returns: with an humble offering towards regulation of land and maritime affairs. By a humble seeker of truth and peace.
Humble seeker of truth and peace.
Printed at London,: [s.n.], 1653.
Religion and politics -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain -- History -- Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-1660 -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1649-1660 -- Early works to 1800.
To the great God of wisdome, and sole Essence of Power.
To the Right Honorable O.Cromwel Esq; General of all the Land-Forces under the pay of the Parl. in England, Scotland, and Ireland; Member of the same Parl. and Councel of Sate.
To the Reader, of what sort soever.
To Nineveh and its People.
To the rigid Presbyters, and rude Pulpit-knockers of these times.
To the Covenanters.
The the moderate People of the three Nations.
To every Individual Member of the Army.
To the Members of Parliament and State.
To my honest Fellow-Commoners.
To all present Powers.
To the Mariners and Sea-Comman∣ders.
To all people of and in God.