An interpretation of the number 666 wherein, not onely the manner, how this number ought to be interpreted, is clearely proved and demonstrated : but it is also shewed [that] this number is an exquisite and perfect character, truly, exactly, and essentially describing that state of government to [which] all other notes of Antichrist doe agree : with all knowne objections solidly and fully answered [that] can be materially made against it
Potter, Francis, 1594-1678.


Pag. 24. l. 8. for, 18000 22500, read: 8000 to 22500. pag. 25. l. 26. for, measure, read, measured. p. 52. l. 4. for Papist, read, Papists. p. 53. l. 8. for Funains, read, Funccius. p. 53 l. 11 for, Pipina, read, Pipino. p. 65. l. 10. for, which is, or can be contained in, read, by which we can truely expresse. p. 65. l. 14 for, which is or can be contained in, r by which we can truly expresse, p. 85. l. 20. for, Papist, read, Papists. p. 97. l. 7. for, consist, read, consists. p. 112. l. 27. for, 121, read, 122. p. 128. l. 25. for, Muscomus, read, Moscom∣us. p. 130. l. 22. for, with, read, which. p. 133. l. 9. for, coemesterium, read, coemeterium. p. 135. in the marginall note, for, Azur, hoc, read. Azur nomi∣nibus &c—) hoc. p. 138. blot out the last words of the marginall note, be∣ginning at these words, As perhaps it is intimated &c. p. 146. l 25 for, speak∣ing either of his owne time, or of that time in which Georgius Braunius writ his &c. read speaking either his owne words, or the words of Georgius Brau∣nius in his &c p. 147. l 3 for, saperesunt, read, supersunt. p. 156. l. 19. for, promised, read, prmised▪ p. 149. l. 12. for, milliarum. read, milliarium.