|Title:||The faithfull scout giving an alarme to Yorkeshire, (especially to the East-Ryding) and all other places at this time freed from the misery of warre, or, A treatise tending to stirre up men from security which possesses them, because (as they thinke) all danger is past, now that the seat of warre is removed from them / written by Will. Meeke.|
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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The faithfull scout giving an alarme to Yorkeshire, (especially to the East-Ryding) and all other places at this time freed from the misery of warre, or, A treatise tending to stirre up men from security which possesses them, because (as they thinke) all danger is past, now that the seat of warre is removed from them / written by Will. Meeke.
Printed at Yorke [Yorkshire]: by Tho. Broad, and are to be sold by Nathanniel Brookes in London ..., 1647.
Includes bibliographical references.
Errata: p.  at end.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Yorkshire (England) -- History.
To all Honest, Religious, and well-affected Persons in Holdernes, (in the East-Ryding of Yorkeshire) more especially, to the Inhabitants of Skipsey, the Author wisheth Peace and Truth.
To the Reader, concerning the occasion of writing this Booke.
The Faithfull Scout. Giving an Alarme to Yorkeshire (especial∣ly to the East-Ryding) and to all other places, at this time, freed from War.
CHAPTER. I. That God hath variety of Judgements to punish sinfull and rebellious people with∣all.
CHAPTER, II, Shewing why, and when the Lord uses va∣riety of judgements, &c,
CHAP. III.eeing the Lord hath many sorts of Judgements, men ought to examine their estates how they stand before God, whether they expect peace or dangers. A discoty of many smes in these parts found out by a sl examination.
CHAP. IIII. We cannot expect any Peace or Tranquillity, or to be free from Gods judgements, or plagues, as long as we continue in our sinnes. Objections answered: many fearefull plagues disco∣vered.
CHAP. V. Wee may not onely feare that God hath Judgements in store for us, but that wrath, in some sort, shall shortly be powred downe upon us.
CHAP. VI. The folly of those, who thinke to escape Gods judgements by de∣parting (for the present) to any other place; or that thinke they shall not at all suffer, because they have escaped some dangers.
CHAP. VII. A particular warning to these places, who as yet, have t felt the punishment of Warre; or, because of their supposed strength feare it not, seeing God may, and punish them, either by it, or by other plagues.
CHAP. VIII. Because God hath variety of Judgements, it behooves a men to prepare at all times to suffer.
CHAP. IX. How to prepare against particular affliction, as Warre, Pesti∣lence, &c. to undege them patiently.
CHAP. X. The conclusion of the Booke, with a short Exhortation to all sorts of men.
AN ADDITION TO THE FAITHFULL SCOUT.
The Heads of the severall Chapters of this Booke.