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LACY, John (1664--c. 1737)
The prophetical warnings of John Lacy, Esq; pronounced under the operation of the spirit; and faithfully taken in writing, when they were spoken.
London: printed for B. Bragge, 1707.
xiv, 7--103, [3] p. ; 17.1 cm. (8°)

Lacy was a notorious pseudo-prophet. His Prophetical warnings is said to have been written in a state of ecstasy and did much to encourage the alarming wave of prophesying that occurred all over England in the early 18th century. ESTC t42794.

Copy Notes The Soane copy is without the final errata leaf recorded in ESTC and in the above collation. It is here bound first in a collection of six pamphlets on the subject of prophesy published by F.M. Misson, Sir Richard Bulkeley, and Francis Hutchinson between 1707 and 1709 (q.v.; q.v.; q.v.; q.v.; q.v.). Rear pastedown inscribed in pencil 1s.6.

Binding C18th blue paper boards, paper spine-label lettered in ink 'Prophetical / Warnings'. Later numbered '38' in a series of pamphlet volumes.

Reference Number 4173


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