1649, the Scripture calendar microform : used by the prophets and Apostles, and by our Lord Jesus Christ, paralleld with the new stile, and our vulgar almanack : explaining the accounts, measures, weights, coyns, customes, and language, of Gods ancient people, and of primitive Christians : herein also are contained, besides others, these particulars : 1. The use, benefit, and necessity hereof, in the preface, 2. The heathen and Scripture names and order of the daies and months & why Sab. lect. are here put, 3. The Kalendar itself, the contents whereof are shewed at the head, and there withall, of night-watches & day-houres in the New Testament ..., 4. A Scripture chronologie from the creation to Christ, 5. The pedigree of idol gods, to whose honour Heathens dedicated moneths, feasts and daies, and so named 7 planets, still kept up by Antichrist Verstegan, 3 conformities, 6. Of the number seven, its signification, feasts, mysteries, and superstitions, 7. Daniels severall types of the 5 monarchies, opening part of Dan. 2.7 & 8 ch. the fifth is at hand / by H.J., servant of Jesus Christ.

Jessey, Henry, 1603-1663 [Browse]
[5th] Edit. corrected.
London : Printed by M.B. for the Company of Stationers, 1649.
[62] p. : ill.


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Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms, 1977. 1 microfilm reel. 35 mm. (Early English books, 1641-1700; 755:13)
Wing A1835
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  • Sixteen forty-nine, the scripture calendar.
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