PROPHECY

[Pamphlet; Prophesies] The Coming Battle, Appalling National Convulsions expected from Scripture Prophecy, between 1866 and 1875 [continued below]

Author: 
Rev. M. Baxter [Michael Paget Baxter]
Publication details: 
"New Edition.- Forty-Fifth Thousand", London, William Mackintosh and Morgan and Chase, London; G. Gallie, Glasgow; J.Wright & Co., Bristol, [1866?].
£220.00

Pamphlet, 32pp., stitched and unbound as issued, printed covers grubby, foxed and sl. chipped, contents good.

[Book] XXVI Present Day Papers on Prophecy. An explanation of the visions of Daniel and of the revelation, on the continuous-historic system. [Inscribed by Author]

Author: 
Rev. E.P. Cachemaille
Publication details: 
London: Seeley, Service & Co., 12911
£225.00

With maps and diagrams. 694pp., 8vo, original red boards, faint foxing, mainly good condition. Some pencil notes on back endpaper. Inscribed by author: "Rev. J. de Guerin | With the author's | Christian regards | December, 1911." Scarce.

Centuries Prophetiques revelees par sacre Theurgie & secrette Astrologie a M. Jean Belot Cure de Mil-monts, professeur es [sic] Mathematiques Divines & Celestes.

Author: 
Jean Belot
Publication details: 
Paris: Chez Anthoine Champenois, rue vieille Drapperie, devant le Palais, MDCXXI
£850.00

Pamphlet, [23] pages, sm.8vo, grey wraps (prob. not original), one gathering partially detached, pages dulled, some pages opened crudely, no loss of text, mainly good. COPAC records on the BL copy and there is a copy at the Houghton. No other yet traced.

"Letters of Prophecy, by Joanna Southcott//Letter V", in "The Morning Herald".

Author: 
Joanna Southcott, prophetess
Publication details: 
London, Monday 29 Nov. 1813.
£56.00

Morning Herald, 4pp., broadsheet, fold maks and wear and tear, but complete and clear. On page 2 is Letter V of Southcott's Letters ofProphecy", its original publication. A contemporary hand has added a horizontal note in the margin: "The Bishops Death of a certainty from the King's Answer."

Manuscript entitled 'The Prophecy of Christ[ophe]r Love'.

Author: 
Christopher Love [PROPHECY; CODES; CODE BREAKING; CIPHERS; CYPHERS]
Publication details: 
Without date or place, but early nineteenth-century.
£400.00

Welsh puritan (1618-51), executed for plotting against the Commonwealth. The passage in cipher is presumably Love's prophecy that the world would be destroyed in 1805, followed by an age of everlasting peace when God would be known by all. Two pages, on the two leaves of a quarto bifoliate. On Durham & Co. laid paper. Grubby, stained, creased and discoloured, but entirely legible. Prophecy in cypher on thirty-one lines. Occasional names (Oliver Cromwell, Seth Adams, Sodom & Gomorah) in normal script, as well as a number of dates from 1651 to 1800.

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