1 A1r

The
Appearance or Presence
of the
Son of Man.

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mans &
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dispises Them
dispises Him

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Psal. 48. Thy right hand is full of righteouſneſs, Let Mount Sion rejoyce, and the daughters of Juda be glad, because of thy Judgements.

Printed in the Year, 16501650.

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Even as I received of my Father, &c. He that hath an ear let him hear.

And proceeding herewith in another place what he ſaith, who had not concealed it were it otherwiſe; That in his Fathers Houſe were many manſions: reſerv’d Myſteries, all revealed not at once, as much to ſay, Men therefore left without excuſe: of the iron rod the Ax bid beware, reiterated ſo: even He that hath an ear (to wit) on pain or peril of his head, &c.

Proclaiming no other then the Supreme Order or Authority, their unlimitted Commiſſion: That wch was from the Beginning; Things before Hand shews The Spirit after abſent ſo long, how (as it were) ſtands knocking at the door: whereof 4 A2v 4 whereof theſe the ſum or ſubſtance of no inferior conſequence: A greater then the Conquerer, Parliaments Prerogative not exempted: ſaying, To him that overcomes, and keeps my works unto the end, I will give power over the Nations, ſhall rule them with a rod of iron: His inſulting Enemies necks made his footſtool.

Who ſpeaks the word of the Lord, and done it is: Thoſe Heathen Potentates, but like to Potters brittle Veſſels broken in pieces, ſcattered, ſuddenly a Printers Preſs like. As the aforeſaid herewith conſenting ſhews expreſly (Pſalm) The Lord ſaid, Sit thou on my right hand, until I make thine Enemy, &c. ſhall ſend the rod of thy power out of Sion, Be thou 5 A3r 5 thou ruler, &c. And ſo much for this the prophetical everlaſting Order.

Whoſe Priſon-commons put into the reckoning, In the days of thy trouble (ſaying) ſhall the people offer thee free-will-offerings, &c. Bread (to ſay) for the Lords ſake, and running water: Therefore ſhall he lift up thy head: The Lord thy keeper, hell gates ſhall not prevail againſt her: and clear truths as Noon day, not unknown come to paſs: Notwithſtanding by you, As for this Moſes we wot not what is become of him: with one conſent afraid all to come nigh with him, terrified with them, becauſe of that luſture on his viſſage, &c. The two renewed Tables coming down with in his hand: Shadow- 6 A3v 6 Shadowed out directly in thoſe revived Witneſſes two (Revel. 11.) when ſuppoſed to have heard no more news of them: Thoſe lights deem’d had utterly been extinguiſhed, like to the day of Judgement, when thoſe rebels at the ſame time ſwept away in that cities earthquake: And ſacrificing all to your own inventions, how requiſite ſome real Demonſtration then extraordinary, ſuch unruly winds, where broken looſe Trees whoſe fruit withers: Not for ought good without applyed means ſupernatural, not to be tamed or ordered: Even appointed this anointing faithful and true ſaying: Theſe from her overſhadowed with the ſame hand, as he Aarons god 7 A4r 7 god that was ordained, like Beams of Divinity participating, and Oyls odirefferous, an Elixer not of man or fleſh and blood: She whoſe Throne heaven, earth her footſtool from the uncreated, ſaying, I am A.Alpha and O.Omega firſt and laſt, both beginning and ending, by whom all things were done: Not without her any thing done or made; Trinity in Unity, of Manhood the head: Who of Death have the Keys and Hell: Then the Queen of the South a greater, born a greater not of Women: Melea, a compound of His Name Melchisedec by Interpretation, Queen of Peace, or She-councellor. And ſo much for this without contradiction, ſhe his Executor, Made like unto the Son of God, the ancient of days likeneſs: owner of that Title of Tythes, to whom the Patriarcharch 8 A4v 8 arch offered a Tenth, from the ſlaughter being returned of thoſe Kings; preceding that Cities day of Judgement prefiguring the final; for which interceding none might avail: Even the Lord upon her right hand, wounding even Kings in the day of his wrath; judging among the Heathen: Heads of divers Countreys ſmiting aſſunder: ſuch headſhips of the Church, of ſuch no more.

And weak ſights moreover leſt offended overcome with light, for quallifying the ſaid Deity, or to moderate the ſame. Imprimis, firſt and formoſt ſaying I am A. and O. alias, Da:Davies and Do:Dougles by her firſt and laſt marriage ſo ſubſcribes, that beginning and ending Dowger, &c. in the next thus. Item, Daughter of Audeleigh 9 A5r 9 Audleigh, or Oldfield, in the Saxon Tongue, alſo no created Peerſhip: a Saxon Baron afore the Conqueſt, As unto this day, preferring the act of time Antiquity, before Titles ſubject to be reverſ’d; and ſo far for that beginning and ending, of Kings and Houſe of Lords.

Also Baron Touchet of France, Caſtlehaven in Ireland, Douglas of Scotland: Honors three, conſiſting in a fourth, Audeley: Of thoſe Nations no obſcure Denominations, which late ruined old houſe of this Kingdoms fall a forerunner, Je Le Tien its motto, Hold faſt till I come (Rev. &c.) a derivative therefrom: like unto the Tabernacles work to a loop, and holy Garments or Coats adorned with ſeveral preciousB cious 10 A5v 10 cious Stones, following that patern in their true fiery colours diſplay’d, conſuming droſs, a Refiners fire, like of whoſe diſcent, Genealogy of his noble Prophets no novelty to be kept, ſuffices ſo much in refference to the Morning-Star, uſher of the day: That honor received from him, giving the ſeven Stars or Plannets: The Creations coat, arms born: By vertue hereof, (ver.) He that keeps my works unto the end, as I received of my Father, &c. whom invincible Prophets, his followers with whom no ſhrinking or back-drawing, till they have made it good: ſo much for their Charge.

Where laſtly, by conſequence, Heaven how comes to be her Ioyn- 11 A6r 11 Joynture, place, being no unneceſſary circumſtance thus going on: Thou Bethlehem or Berkſhire, not the leaſt, firſt of Counties: Even ſhewing the words of the moſt high God, at Englefield Mannor-Houſe: That Morning-Salutation for ever bleſt, where that voyce came unto her, ſpeaking down as through a Trumpet, theſe words.

Saying, There is Nineteen years and half to the Judgement day, And you as the meek Virgin. Even Mene Mene &c.

Where farther, by way of Priority thus walking about Sion, counting her Towers, thoſe Right-hand years, in the firſt of his Reign, AoAnno 16251625, firſt of his name of theſe Dominions, moneth B2 of 12 A6v 12 1625-07-28July, 28. ſo after the first Roman Emperor called: He ſlain, &c. ſhewing not to vulgar apprehenſions difficult, in this Coſmographical Table of New Heaven and Earth: How under the Gallery of the aforeſaid Englefield-Houſe, where awakened with that unexpected Alarm in Engliſh: the Weſtern Road lies a Thorowfare under a high Arch for Travellers: Alſo a place called Hell of old, a Mile or two diſtant therefrom, full of pits within the royalties: The Harbor of ſuch decrepid with age, and their Aſſociates blinde and halt, craving relief nigh the Highway-ſide, no Critick obſervation in the County of Hartford: whoſe Joynture the Manor of wch maner sold awaye by the E:Earl of Huntingdon bought by the Marques of Wincester and since made an Example so it hath fired wth theirs Ashbey House: &c. Baszeing Toapproximately 4 lettersflawed-reproduction. Pyreton 13 A7r 13 Pyreton (fire in Greek) conſiſting of a Tythe or Impropriation, ſhews 1648AoAnno 48. the ſame year of that Kings ſlaughter or execution: ſhe reſtored Trinity Term (Her Heldflawed-reproductionapproximately 3 letters portion) put into Poſſeſsion of the ſaid Tythe: By the Sheriff a Writ Moveas Manus, by vertue of it, to that Patriarch, ſometime appertaining Abbot of St. Albons: ſold away 1633AoAnno 33. in the days of her durance, not difficult a little to regain it; the oftner Argued, the more Ambiguous, until by the Barons of Exchequer, in writing the ſame appointed to be put down; ſo Intricate, &c. Of which holy Appurtenances Conſecrated, things too exactly which cannot be obſerved, 1625AoAnno 1625. Since when, not any thing acted or come to paſs: From 14 A7v 14 From Germanies Deſolations, Rochels Siege, until Irelands Blow, and what ſince followed; like one waves purſuing another, forerunners of the moments great change and general Judgement, when perſons or Sex, without ſuch reſpects: even which Paſſages not unforeſhewed by her hand, together with the aforeſaid Golden Number of Nineteen years and half to Ao 16441644. extending the A.B.B. to Laud his January Account not onely, but the late Charls when became a priſoner, Nazeby, &c. Dan: the stone cut out wthout Hands. not all frustrat Malachi approximately 1 wordflawed-reproductionall the prophet refreshing And watch all &c. Peter appearing of our Lord &c. That day of Judgement, Ao 164545. current; afterward taſting of the ſaid fatal Moneths cold Cup: as Buckinghams Auguſt Moneth, him foreſhewed, whereupon (boading to that Nation a laſh) ſhe wan that Acts And a prophet like mee approximately 2 wordsillegible the 4 lettersillegible approximately 3 wordsdamagedshall not see Him ’till Blessed, &c And Elijah restoring all things Husbandmen. approximately 3 wordsflawed-reproduction 15 A8r 15 that wager to his ſmart: The typifying Breeches of the SotchScotch man her Husband, againſt ſuch wimzes of hers who laid them, as he then termed it, paſsing not ſcotfree, &c.

And theſe with other like, a world not able to contain them: Imprimis Dr. Giffords Wife so maapproximately 2 lettersflawed-reproduction for many yeapproximately 3 lettersflawed-reproduction presently mapproximately 2 wordsflawed-reproduction perfectly approximately 2 wordsflawed-reproduction approximately 1 wordotherItem Captain Mapproximately 2 lettersflawed-reproduction the next. Item Mr. Tandey so long in disapproximately 2 wordsflawed-reproduction &c. Item cast out of a yapproximately 4 lettersflawed-reproduction att Rattle a dumb sapproximately 4 lettersflawed-reproduction poſſeſt wapproximately 2 wordsflawed-reproduction alſo this for another, 16471647. by the ſame token that Night a bold Star facing the Moon (1647-04-02April. 2.) paſſed through her Body, at which time ſerved that Writ, bearing date the 1647-04-02ſecond of April: I ſend thee to a rebellious house, &c. Ezek. 2. and cap. 12. ſhe prefixing Penticoſt enſuing, as when ſuch a mighty ruſhing wind, to beware them like as when they all aſſembled, &c. witneſs Southwark: That Mornings gheſts unexpected And att supper time Hee sent out a servant a crye att midnight Hee yt Hath an Eare accompanied with ſuch a Thun- 16 A8v 16 a Thunder-clap from above, and darkneſs: To the upper Houſe a warning piece their diſcharge.

And laſtly, a ſecond like unto it, witneſs, 1650-071650 July, Jubile, that judgement by fire in Holborn, and other parts of the City: Inſtantly in the ſame week ſhe caſt out of her lawful poſſeſsion of Englefield, by that Counties Sheriff, being by due courſe of Law put into the ſame: and after Her husband SrSir Arch. Dowglas approximately 2 lettersflawed-reproductionst strikne approximately 1 wordflawed-reproduction maddnes the physitians approximately 3 lettersflawed-reproductionld of an incureable nature approximately 2 lettersflawed-reproductiont the spirit of prophisie in Him obscure merlins approximately 1 wordother riddles. But in the Whitſon-week, the like unheard without being impleaded: for the ſame Sheriff with piſtols and Weapons to break up doors, done as he ſaid by a mighty power: All he had to ſay for himſefhimſelf, authorized by Committees Order, for ſwallowing a Widows Eſtate up after that maner: And Lastly 1 worddamagedtheire skirmish By Sea foreshewd from Tobias fishing with His Dog, &c. And faſting, under preapproximately 1 pageothertences approximately 1 pageother