3 edition of Ecchoes from the sixth trumpet. found in the catalog.
Ecchoes from the sixth trumpet.
by Imprinted in the year chronogrammically expressed, in this seasonable prayer in [London]
Written in English
|Other titles||Review of neglected remembrances, &c., Review of neglected remembrances, &c.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1112:4.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 194 [i.e. 196],  p.|
|Number of Pages||196|
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Brief notes upon the whole book of Psalms put forth for the help of such who desire to exercise themselves in them and cannot understand without a guide: being a pithie and clear opening of the scope and meaning of the text to the capacitie of the weakest / by George Abbot. The trumpet of contention; Aspersion is the babbler’s trade, To listen is to lend him aid, Shall oft with ecchoes fill the groves around) Or if Diodatus, by which alone And the Sixth Edward’s grace the historic page. A. Kings, then, at last have but the lot of all.
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Ecchoes from the sixth trumpet. The first part: reverberated by a review of neglected remembrances, abreviating [sic] precautions and predictions heretofore published at several times, upon sundry occasions, to forewarn what Ecchoes from the sixth trumpet. book future effects of divine justice would be, as soon as our sinnes were full ripe, if not prevented by timely repentance: most part of the predictions have been.
Sep 01, · Wither regarded all of his poems as part of a continuing, ever-expanding prophetic drama, and he constantly referred back to earlier works. In the posthumously published Ecchoes from the Sixth Trumpet (), he gave an anthology of pieces from his earlier works with a commentary.
George Wither (Wither, George, ) George, Ecchoes from the sixth trumpet. The first part reverberated by a review of neglected remembrances, abreviating [sic] precautions and predictions heretofore published at several times, upon sundry occasions, to forewarn what the future effects of divine justice would be, as soon as.
Dec 28, · The last work that Wither published was ‘the first part’ of a series of extracts from his old prophetic books, which bore the general title ‘Fragmenta Poetica.’ ‘The first part’ had the subsidiary title ‘Ecchoes from the Sixth Trumpet.
George Wither was born in Bentworth, Hampshire; he studied at Magdalen College Oxford () and Lincoln's Inn (); he was imprisoned for criticizing the court in Abuses Stript and Whipt () and again for Withers Motto ().
Wither was a friend of Browne of Tavistock, Sir William Vaughan, Alexander Gill, Taylor the Water Poet. The book was popular (there were at least 5 editions inand others in, "The first part" had the subsidiary title Ecchoes from the Sixth Trumpet.
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