|Title:||Englands warning, that is three remarkable visions of Stephen Melish, an inhabitant of Breslaw, the chief city of Silesia Englished in the year 1664.|
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2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Englands warning, that is three remarkable visions of Stephen Melish, an inhabitant of Breslaw, the chief city of Silesia Englished in the year 1664.
[London]: Imprinted at London, 1664.
Caption title reads: Englands warning, that is, the 115th vision of Stephen Melish, June the 15th, 1664.
Reproduction of original in the Bodleian Library.
Mystics -- Germany.
Great Britain -- History -- Prophecies.
To the Reader.
ENGLAND'S WARNING; That is, the 115th VISION of Stephen Melish, June the 15th. 1664.
The 116th VISION, June 20. 1664.
The 117th VISION, June 26. 64.