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Published by by John Charlewood in London .
Written in English


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STC 13858.

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Open LibraryOL17303647M

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A defensatiue against the poyson of supposed prophesies: not hitherto confuted by the penne of any man, which being grounded, eyther vppon the warrant and authority of olde paynted bookes, expositions of dreames, oracles, reuelations, inuocations of damned spirites, iudicialles of astrologie, or any other kinde of pretended knowledge whatsoeuer, de futuris contingentibus: haue beene causes of. Also published with title: A defensatiue against the poyson of supposed prophesies. Place of publication suggested by STC (2nd ed.). Signatures: A⁸(-A1)--B-V⁴ 2A-2T⁴ (last leaf blank). Title within ornamental border. Pages numbered on recto only. Numerous errors in paging. Reproduction of original in the Harvard University. Library. A defensative against the poyson of supposed prophecies: not hitherto confuted by the pen of any man, which being grounded, either vpon the warrant and authority of old painted bookes, expositions of dreames, oracles, reuelations, inuocations of damned spirits, iudicials of astrologie, or any other kinde of pretended knowledge whatsoeuer, de futuris contingentibus, haue beene causes of great. A defensative against the poyson of supposed prophecies: not hitherto confuted by the pen of any man, which being grounded, either vpon the warrant and authority of old painted bookes, expositions of dreames, oracles, reuelations, inuocations of damned spirits, iudicials of astrologie, or any other kinde of pretended knowledge whatsoeuer, de.

In Howard, Earl of Northampton, published his Defensative against the Poyson of Supposed Prophecies and in Reginald Scot brought out his Discoverie of Witchcraft in which, with great learning and ability, he exposed the pretensions of the magicians and their craft. He made many enemies by it; and James I ordered all the copies of it. Both Dove and Geveren cited Sibylline prophecies, and even Henry Howard, whose book, A defensative against the poyson of supposed Prophesies, attacked the vogue for prophetical and astrological speculation exemplified by the writings of Richard Harvey and others, grudgingly acknowledged the patristic testimony in the Sibyls' favour and. Sibylline Prophecies synonyms, Sibylline Prophecies pronunciation, Sibylline Prophecies translation, English dictionary definition of Sibylline Prophecies. pl n a collection of prophetic sayings, supposedly bought from the Cumaean sibyl, bearing upon Roman policy and religion Collins English Dictionary –. Joseph Smith is alleged to have uttered a prophecy in alluding to the four horses in the Book of Revelation. Joseph Smith is alleged to have uttered a prophecy in alluding to the four horses in the Book of Revelation. This was recorded by two Church members, Edwin Rushton and Theodore Turley approximately ten years after Joseph's death.

Northampton, Henry Howard, Earl of used in: British Library: English Short Title Catalogue - AACR2 Heading, London (United Kingdom). All Reviews Theatre Reviews Film Reviews Book Reviews Features & Interviews News. Separator. Shakespeare Pulse. ), Rerum Scoticarum Historia (George Buchanan, ), A Defensative against the Poyson of Supposed Prophecies (Henry Howard, ), Thomas of .   Both Dove and Geveren cited Sibylline prophecies, and even Henry Howard, whose book, A defensative against the poyson of supposed Prophesies, attacked the vogue for prophetical and astrological speculation exemplified by the writings of Richard Harvey and others, grudgingly acknowledged the patristic testimony in the Sibyls' favour and. Book is in Like New / near Mint Condition. Will include dust jacket if it originally came with one. Witchcraft, and Dealing with Evil and Wicked Spirits Prophecy From An Act against Fond and Fantastical Prophecies Henry Howard, From A Defensative against the Poison of Supposed Prophecies Reginald Scot, From The Discovery of Witchcraft.