Felicitas Ultimi Saeculi: Epistola In Qua, Inter Alia, Calamitosus aevi praesentis status seriò deploratur, certa felicioris posthac spes ostenditur, & ad promovendum publicum Ecclesiae & Rei literariae bonum omnes excitantur: In gratiam Amici cujusdam paulo ante obitum

TitleFelicitas Ultimi Saeculi: Epistola In Qua, Inter Alia, Calamitosus aevi praesentis status seriò deploratur, certa felicioris posthac spes ostenditur, & ad promovendum publicum Ecclesiae & Rei literariae bonum omnes excitantur: In gratiam Amici cujusdam paulo ante obitum
Year for Search1640
AuthorsStoughton, John(1593-1639)
Secondary AuthorsHartlib, Samuel(c. 1600-1662)
Date Published1640
PublisherTypis Richardi Hodgkinson
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
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Detailed Protestant eutopia in which the Papacy and its supporters are overthrown and a premillennial golden age established. Refers to Francis Bacon (1561-1626), John Dury (1596-1680), and John Amos Comenius (Jan Amos Komenský) (1592-1670) as the intellectual leaders of the change. 

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The author (1593-1639) was the minister of St. Mary Aldermanbury in the City of London.

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1640 Stoughton, John (1593-1639). Felicitas Ultimi Saeculi: Epistola In Qua, Inter Alia, Calamitosus aevi praesentis status seriò deploratur, certa felicioris posthac spes ostenditur, & ad promovendum publicum Ecclesiae & Rei literariae bonum omnes excitantur: In gratiam Amici cujusdam paulo ante obitum. Ed. Samuel Hartlib. London: Typis Richardi Hodgkinson. L

Detailed Protestant eutopia in which the Papacy and its supporters are overthrown and a pre-millennial golden age established. Refers to Francis Bacon (1561-1626), John Dury (1596-1680), and John Amos Comenius (Jan Amos Komenský) (1592-1670) as the intellectual leaders of the change. The author was the minister of St. Mary Aldermanbury in the City of London.