A short discourse (recommended to all our English divines) concerning the death of the witnesses in general, and the two witnesses in particular plainly shewing, first, the chief and true reason of their death. Secondly, the manner how they are to be slain. Thirdly, the place where. Fourthly, the time when. Fifthly, by whom they are to be slain. Sixthly, the true reason why they are overcome, and why in particular by a war. Seventhly, who they are, and that they have already been slain. The conclusion.
printed, and are to be sold by A. Baldwin, at the Oxford-Arms, in Warwick-Lane,
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