The observations of Mr. Lillie, ...touching the present visitation of the plague…

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Publisher: Horton, George   Person page
Title: The observations of Mr. Lillie, and many famous and learned divines, touching the present visitation of the plague of pestilence; with a prayer to be used in all families, for sheathing of the sword of the destroying angel, and to divert Gods heavy judgments: as also several excellent receipts & approved medicines as well for curing the plague, as for preventing the further infection: as hath formerly been approved of in the year, 1625. when thirty five thousand four hundred and twenty eight died of the prstilence; but by the blessing of God, and the singular operation and vertue of these following receipts the vemone of this raging distemper was expelled, and not one died; as appears by the wonderful miracles of mercy recited in the margent. With the number that now dies weekly of the present visitation, both in city and suburbs.
Short Title: The observations of Mr. Lillie, ...touching the present visitation of the plague…
Imprint: [London] : Printed for George Horton, living near the Crowns in Barbican, July 7. 1665.
Date: 1665
First Edition: y
Pages: 1
Format: 1
Genre: plague tract
Topic: plague
Topic: disease, single
Topic: remedies, multiple
Place of: Publisher    Place: near the Three Crowns, in Barbican, London
Place of: Printer    Place: [unspecified], London
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