The powring ovt of the seven vials: or, An exposition, of the 16. chapter of the Revelation, with an application of it to our times. Wherein is revealed God's powring out the full vials of his fierce wrath. 1. Upon the lowest and basest sort of Catholicks. 2. Their worship and religion. 3. Their priests and ministers. 4. The House of Austria, and Popes supremacy. 5. Episcopall government. 6. Their Euphrates, or the streame of their supportments. 7. Their grosse ignorance, and blind superstitions. Very fit and necessary for this present age

Printed for R. S. and are to be sold at Henry Overtons shop in Popeshead alley.
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Printed for R. S. and are to be sold at Henry Overtons shop in Popeshead alley.
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