The warnings of the Lord to the men of this generation particularly, to those in power, who are lately past away, ere they so passed; and to them that remain, who are* ready to passe except they speedily repent. As they were given forth in sundry letters, and sent to Oliver Cromwel, Richard his son, late Protectors. The Parrliament [sic] succeeding. The council of officers of the Army. The Council of State. A Member of the Parliament and Council of State, and Committee of Safety. The general council of the officers of the Army a citizen of London, and one of the commissioners of the militia there. By his servant George Bishop. Who is moved of the Lord (now) to publish them, ... Whereunto is added, The burden of Dumah upon occasion of this query, sent in a letter by one related to the Army, viz. - Watchman! What of the night? Watchman! What of the night?
|Main Author:||Bishop, George, d. 1668.|
|Corporate Authors:||Early English Books Online.|
|Other Authors:||Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658, (recipient.), Cromwell, Richard, 1626-1712, (recipient.)|
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