Prophecy -- Sermons. : Signs of the times. In two discourses delivered at Peckham in Surrey : on the general fast, February 11, 1757. Wherein some grand events of scripture prophecy are considered and improved. - With two hymns. By John Milner, D.D.
Bible -- Prophesies -- Early works to 1800. : The second part of a choice collection of curious relations. : Containing, I. Nixon's, or the Cheshire prophesy; with the effigies and description of his person. II. The wonder of Norfolk; or, An exact description of Scole Inn, with the sign and sign post. III. The manner of driving turkeys and geese; with a computation of the prodigious quantitie yearly sent out of Norfolk and Suffolk up to London. IV. The copy of a man's freedom of the city of Norwich; with an explanation. V. The characters of several nations in Europe, as to their behaviour, tempers, councils, knowledge, drinking, manners, husbands, wives, beauty, undertakings, inclinations, feasts, women, friendship, religion, stature, apparel, writings and language: with instances of the particular genius of the natives of Great-Britain and Ireland. VI. A merry account of all five; or, Pleasant remarks on various subjects. VII. The history of tobacco, shewing its rise and progress, together with its use and virtues.
France -- History -- Prophesies -- Early works to 1800. : Partridges observations for the year 1691. Or, An account of divers remarkable things which shall happen in most parts of Europe each month : but particularly in France and Ireland, &c. To which is added the author's advice upon the times.
Ireland -- History -- Prophesies -- Early works to 1800. : Partridges observations for the year 1691. Or, An account of divers remarkable things which shall happen in most parts of Europe each month : but particularly in France and Ireland, &c. To which is added the author's advice upon the times.
Prophets -- Arabian Peninsula -- Biography. : The life of Mahomet : or, the history of that imposture, which was begun, carried on, and finally established by him in Arabia; And which has Subjugated a larger Portion of the Globe, than the Religion of Jesus has yet set at Liberty. To which is added, an account of Egypt.