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Peden, Alexander, 1626?-1686 National Library of Australia National Library of the Netherlands Library of Congress/NACO

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VIAF ID: 240467075 (Personal)

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ISNI: 0000  0003  8583  4794 

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Lord's trumpet sounding an alarm against scotland, by warning of a bloody sword; being the substance of a preface and two prophetical sermons, preached ... 1682, by ... alexander peden xR Extended Titles National Library of Australia National Library of the Netherlands Library of Congress/NACO
A most strange and wonderful prophecy. In the year 1684 By Mr. Alexander Pedan late minister of the Gospel in the west of Scotland. I. The foretelling the death of King Charles the Second. II. Two Dukes contending for the crown, and York prevailing, but not reigning four years. III. King William's succeeding, and the manner of his losing his life. IV. And after him our Gracious Queen Anne her succeeding the throne: all which are accomplished accordingly. And also great and wonderful things concerning the conversion of the Jews and Turks to the Christian religion, and the glorious days of the Gospel, in bringing above of which Scotland shall mainly be instrumental, which great things cannot but be very acceptable to all good Christians. All those who live to see the year 1715 shall see this accomplished. National Library of the Netherlands
A passage of that great Elijah in his day, Mr. Alexander Peaden being upon the borders of Carrick and Galloway, one man only with him, or in his company, and it being the hotest time of persecution in the year 1684 or 1685, the man having waited his time, discourseth with him as followeth National Library of the Netherlands

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