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Author Cary, Mary.
Title The little horns doom & dovvnfall : or A scripture-prophesie of King James, and King Charles, and of this present Parliament, unfolded. Wherein it appeares, that the late tragedies that have bin acted upon the scene of these three nations: and particularly, the late Kings doom and death, was so long ago, as by Daniel pred-eclared [sic]. And what the issue of all will be, is also discovered; which followes in the second part. By M. Cary, a servant of Jesus Christ.
Alternative Title Little horns doom & downfall
Scripture-prophesie of King James, and King Charles, and of this present Parliament, unfolded
New and more exact mappe
Publication Info London : Printed for the author, and are to be sold at the sign of the Black-spread-Eagle, at the West end of Pauls, 1651.



Descript [32], 168, 161-327, [17] p.
Note Title page is on A1v. "A new and more exact mappe" (a separate dated title page) is on A2r, facing general title page, and is printed again on E1r; pagination and register there are continuous.
With 16 preliminary leaves. Quire A contains the two title pages (A1v and A2r), a dedication to Lady Elizabeth Cromwel, Lady Bridget Ireton, and Lady Margaret Role (A3r-A6v), and a note "To the reader" (A7r-A8v); both of these are signed Mary Rande. Quire a contains notes endorsing the work signed by Hugh Peters (a1r-a3v), H. Jeffey (a4r-a5v), and Christopher Feake (a6r-a7v), errata (a8r), and imprimatur (a8v).
The final 8 leaves contain verses and a postscript.
Variant (presumably earlier): lacks a.
Annotation on Thomason copy: "Aprill 17".
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
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Author Cary, Mary.
Series Early English books online.
Subject Prophecies -- Early works to 1800.
Alternative Title Little horns doom & downfall
Scripture-prophesie of King James, and King Charles, and of this present Parliament, unfolded
New and more exact mappe
Descript [32], 168, 161-327, [17] p.
Note Title page is on A1v. "A new and more exact mappe" (a separate dated title page) is on A2r, facing general title page, and is printed again on E1r; pagination and register there are continuous.
With 16 preliminary leaves. Quire A contains the two title pages (A1v and A2r), a dedication to Lady Elizabeth Cromwel, Lady Bridget Ireton, and Lady Margaret Role (A3r-A6v), and a note "To the reader" (A7r-A8v); both of these are signed Mary Rande. Quire a contains notes endorsing the work signed by Hugh Peters (a1r-a3v), H. Jeffey (a4r-a5v), and Christopher Feake (a6r-a7v), errata (a8r), and imprimatur (a8v).
The final 8 leaves contain verses and a postscript.
Variant (presumably earlier): lacks a.
Annotation on Thomason copy: "Aprill 17".
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Author Cary, Mary.
Series Early English books online.
Subject Prophecies -- Early works to 1800.
Alternative Title Little horns doom & downfall
Scripture-prophesie of King James, and King Charles, and of this present Parliament, unfolded
New and more exact mappe

Subject Prophecies -- Early works to 1800.
Descript [32], 168, 161-327, [17] p.
Note Title page is on A1v. "A new and more exact mappe" (a separate dated title page) is on A2r, facing general title page, and is printed again on E1r; pagination and register there are continuous.
With 16 preliminary leaves. Quire A contains the two title pages (A1v and A2r), a dedication to Lady Elizabeth Cromwel, Lady Bridget Ireton, and Lady Margaret Role (A3r-A6v), and a note "To the reader" (A7r-A8v); both of these are signed Mary Rande. Quire a contains notes endorsing the work signed by Hugh Peters (a1r-a3v), H. Jeffey (a4r-a5v), and Christopher Feake (a6r-a7v), errata (a8r), and imprimatur (a8v).
The final 8 leaves contain verses and a postscript.
Variant (presumably earlier): lacks a.
Annotation on Thomason copy: "Aprill 17".
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.

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