|Author:||Shipton, Mother (Ursula)|
|Title:||Mother Shiptons prophesies: with three and XX. more, all most terrible and wonderfull, predicting strange alterations to befall this climate of England. Viz. 1. Of K. Richard the III ... 23. A prophesie of David, Cardinall of France, &c.|
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Mother Shiptons prophesies: with three and XX. more, all most terrible and wonderfull, predicting strange alterations to befall this climate of England. Viz. 1. Of K. Richard the III ... 23. A prophesie of David, Cardinall of France, &c.
Shipton, Mother (Ursula)
London: Printed by T. P. for Fr. Coles and are to besold [sic] at his shop at the signe of the Lambe in the Old-Baily, neare the Sessions house, 1663.
Great Britain -- History -- Prophecies -- Early works to 1800.
A Prediction of K. Richard the Third.
Mr. Truswals Recorder of Lincolne.
Mr. Lilly in the 59 and 60 Page of his Astronomicall Predictions, fore-tels.
A Prophesie of the Scots Invasion.
Jgnatius his Prophesie.
Mrs. White a Welshwoman, Prophesied as followes, on the Moneth of May.
The Prophesie of old Sybilla.
of Otwe•… M. Smith, Vicar of Hudderfield 40. Yeares.
Paulus Grebnerus his Prophesie, presented Q. Elizabeth, anno 1682. concerning those tim
A Prophesie very ancient in old Me.
Another short, but pithy.
Saltmarshes Predictions declared to his Excellency the Lord Fairfax, and the Councell of his Army, the Motives that occasioned it; and the manner of his Death.
Saunders Prediction for the yeare, 1659.
Davids Prophesie, Cardinall in France.