An explication and application of the seventh chapter of Daniel: with a correction of the translation. Wherein is briefly shewed the state and downfall of the four monarchies; but more largely of the Roman monarchy, and the ten horns or kingdomes; and in particular, the beheading of Charles Stuart, who is proved to be the little horn by many characters, that cannot be applied to any before or after him. And what is meant by the carkass of the beast, which yet remains to be burned. Together with a hint of the slaying and rising of the two witnesses. By William Aspinwall.
Printed by R.I. for Livewell Chapman, at the Crown in Popes-head Alley.,
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