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Upon the Prophecie of
Together with many usefull and very
feasonable OBSERVATIONS. Delivered in sundry Sermons, preacht in the Church of St. James Garlick-hith LONDON,
many yeeres since; By EDWARD MARBUR Y, the then Rector
of the said Church.
Will I fing
Pfal.101.1.1. I will fing of mercy and judgment unto thee O Lord Ifa. 8.v.17. i will wait upon the Lord, that hideth his face from
the house of Jacob, and I will look for him. Ifa.36.v.9. when thy judgments are in the earth, the inhabitants
of the world will learn righteousnesse, Verse 29. Come my people, enter thor into thy chambers, and fout
the doors about thee; hide thy self as it were for a little mo
ment, until the indignation be overpast. London, Printed by T. Riand E. M. for OEtavian Pullen, and are to be
Cold at his shop at the ligne of the Rose in Pauls Churchyard. 1650. REAREARE 家
RIGHT REVEREND FATHER
L. BISHOP OF CHICHEST ER.
TO THE MUCH HONOURED,
OF LANG LET, IN THE COLIN
TY OF MIDDLESEX KNIGHT. JOHN DUTTON OF SHERBOUR NE
IN THE COUNTY OF GLOSTER Esq; JOHN MILLINGTON of Langley aforesaid Efq;
TOGETHER With their worthy Consorts, three gracious Sisters and Branches of that Noble Family of D".
KING, late L. BISHOP of LONDON. And to the Religious and Vertuous Gentlewoman M's
MAXT KING, the lace Wife of Dr. JOHN KING, EDWARD MARBUR their poor Kinsman and Servant; doth,
by many relations and engagements, being thereunto obliged; Together with his best wishes, humbly Present, Devote and Dedicate this
his COMMENT ARY; Presuming upon their favourable acceptance