The Kings chronicle: In two sections; Wherein we have the acts of the wicked and good kings of Iudah fully declared, with the ordering of their militia, and grave observations thereupon. This section containes the wayes and works of the bad kings, with marks the Holy Ghost hath set upon them, for the terrour of all those, who walke in the wayes of Israel, and after the counsels of the house of Ahab, which was to the destruction of Iudah. Published by Hezekiah Woodvvard. Dulcissimus prospectus, in errores aliorum subjacentes. (i.e.) The sweetest prospect in the world, to looke over other mens errours, so, as to looke into our selves, and correct our owne.
|Main Author:||Woodward, Ezekias, 1590-1675.|
|Corporate Author:||Early English Books Online.|
Printed by G.M. for George Miller and Thomas Underhill, and are to be sold at the Signe of the bible in Wood-streete,
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