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Wonderful prophecies. Being a dissertation on the existence, nature, and extent of the prophetic powers in the human mind: with unquestionable examples of several eminent prophecies, of what is now acting, and soon to be fulfilled, upon the great theatre of Europe. Particularly those, worthy of notice, By Richard Brothers, And a remarkable Prophecy of Dr. Smollet, just before his Death; also others, never before made public, by Daniel Defoe, James Lambert, Martha Ery, and Hannah Green. To which are added, selected from the most authentic Authors, those of Dr. Goldsmith, Dr. John Harvey, Michael Nostrodamus, William Lilly, Anna Trapnel, Mr. Love, John Tillinghast, Peter Jurieu, Seth Darwin, Robert Nixon, Robert Flemming, Dr. Priestley, John Lacy, John Maximilian Daut, Rev. Mr. John Wilson Bishop Newton, Baron Swedenbourg, Dr. Hoan, Hannibal, King James V. Alexander the Great, Thomas Wotton, Abbe Raynal, Countess of York, St. Thomas a Becket, Dr. Sibly, Barclay, Dr. Gideon Hervey, Bradwarain, Augustus, the Roman Emperor, Croesus, Sir Christopher Wren.
- Brothers, Richard, 1757-1824.
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Dissertation on the existence, nature, & extent of the prophetic powers in the human mind
London : printed by M. Ritchie, for B. Crosby, No. 4, Stationers Court, Ludgate Street, 1795.
72,p. ; 8⁰.
The third edition, corrected and considerably enlarged.
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