England's late miseries, mercies, and miscarriages: or, a parallel betwixt the sometime case fo the Israelitish, and the late condition of the English Wherein is shewed our late bondage in England, to have been as great as theirs in Egypt; our deliverance as glorious, our carriage towards God as unkinde. Likewise, Gods great things for Englands great deliverance: and these, first, in reference to our Parliament; secondly, armies; thirdly, enemies; fourthly changes. Wherein is plainly shewed, that God alone hath done all, and what all that hath been done for us, should work upon and in us. By John Flowre, M. of Arts, and preacher of the word at Ilmington in Warwickshire.
printed for Giles Calvert, and are to be sold at the sign of the Black spread-Eagle at the west end of Pauls,
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