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Author: Ussher, James, 1581-1656.
Title: Bishop Ushers second prophesie which he delivered to his daughter on his sick-bed wherein is contained divers prophetick sayings for the years 1680, 1681, 1682, 1683, 1684, which were by him predicted for the said years : wherein also is laid down the divers revolutions for the ensuing years : likewise a very strange prophesie concerning the Kings restauration, which he gave to a person of quality in the time of his sickness : also he foretels that the papists were the persons that should cause all the calamitites that would ensue.
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Print source: Bishop Ushers second prophesie which he delivered to his daughter on his sick-bed wherein is contained divers prophetick sayings for the years 1680, 1681, 1682, 1683, 1684, which were by him predicted for the said years : wherein also is laid down the divers revolutions for the ensuing years : likewise a very strange prophesie concerning the Kings restauration, which he gave to a person of quality in the time of his sickness : also he foretels that the papists were the persons that should cause all the calamitites that would ensue.
Ussher, James, 1581-1656.

London: Printed for John Hunt ..., 1681.
Subject terms:
Anti-Catholicism -- England.
Prophecies.
Great Britain -- History -- Restoration, 1660-1688.
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