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Context of Wonderful prodigies of judgement and mercy : discovered in above three hundred memorable histories. Containing, I. Dreadful Judgments upon Atheists, perjured Persons, Blasphemers, Swearers, Cursers, and Scoffers. II. The miserable ends of divers Magicians, Witches, Conjurers, &c. with an Account of several strange Apparitions, &c. III. Remarkable Presages of approaching Death, and of Appeals to divine Justice. IV. The wicked Lives and wo ful Deaths of wretched Popes. Apostates, and desperate perfectors. V. Fearful Judgments upon cruel Tyrants, Murderers, &c. with the wonderful Discovery of Murders. VI. Admirable Deliverances, from imminent Dangers and deplorable Distresses at Sea and Land. Vii. Divine Goodness to Penitents, with the dying thoughts of several famous Men concerning a future State. Faithfully collected from ancient and modern authors, of undoubted Authority and Credit. By R. Burton, Author of the History of the Wars of England, and the Surprizing Miracles of Nature and Art, (electronic resource)
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