The Little Horns Doom & Downfall: Or A Scripture-Prophesie of King James, and King Charles, and of this present Parliament, unfolded. Wherein it appeares, that the late Tragedies that have bin acted upon the Scene of these three Nations: and particularly, the late Kings doom and death, was so long ago, as by Daniel pred-eclared. And What the issue of all will be, is also discovered; which followes in the Second Part.

TitleThe Little Horns Doom & Downfall: Or A Scripture-Prophesie of King James, and King Charles, and of this present Parliament, unfolded. Wherein it appeares, that the late Tragedies that have bin acted upon the Scene of these three Nations: and particularly, the late Kings doom and death, was so long ago, as by Daniel pred-eclared. And What the issue of all will be, is also discovered; which followes in the Second Part.
Year for Search1651
AuthorsCary, M[ary](fl. 1636-53)
Tertiary AuthorsCary, M., and Rande, Mary
Date Published1651
PublisherPtd. for the Author
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Female author
Annotation

Fifth Monarchist eutopia. Description in some detail of life as it will be lived during the millennium. The Little Horn is Charles I (1600-49). See also 1653 Cary. Fifth Monarchists believed, based on Daniel 2:44, that after the first four stages of history, the Babylonian, Persian, Greek, and Roman, there would be a thousand year reign of the “son of man” followed by the physical return of Christ. Female author.

Info Notes

The first part of the book was written 1644.

She also published M[ary] R[ande], Twelve Humble Proposals to the Supreme Govenours of the three Nations now Assembled at Westminster, concerning The Propagation of the Gospel, The New modling of the Universities, The Reformation of the Laws. The supply of the necessities of the poor; And many other things of great moment, which may conduce to the honour of God , and the comfort and joy of his people. By M. R. an admirer and adorer of the good providence of God, in making such happy changes in these Nations. London: Ptd. by Henry Hills, for R. C., 1653. 13 pp. Mostly generally exhorting the governors to be pious and institute godly rule. Specifically says to abolish tithes and assist the poor in various ways.

Title Note

Second title page–A new And More Exact Mappe Or, Description of New Ierusalems Glory when Jesus Christ and his Saints with him shall reign on earth a Thousand years, and possess all Kingdoms. Wherein Is discovered the glorious estate into which the Church shall be then put both in respect of externall and internall glory, and the time when. And also, What hath been done these eight yeares last past, and what is now a doing, and what shall be done within a few years now following in order to this great work. Wherein also That great Question, whether it be lawfull for Saints to make use of the materiall Sword in the ruining of the enemies of Christ, and whether it be the mind of Christ to have it so, is at large debated and resolved in the Affirmative from clear Scripture, and all others answered. London: Ptd. by H. W.

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Author Note

The author (fl. 1636-53) later changed her name Mary Rande.

Full Text

1651 Cary, M[ary] (fl. 1636-53). The Little Horns Doom & Downfall: Or A Scripture-Prophesie of King James, and King Charles, and of this present Parliament, unfolded. Wherein it appeares, that the late Tragedies that have bin acted upon the Scene of these three Nations: and particularly, the late Kings doom and death, was so long ago, as by Daniel pred-eclared. And What the issue of all will be, is also discovered; which followes in the Second Part. London: Ptd. for the Author. Second title page–A new And More Exact Mappe Or, Description of New Ierusalems Glory when Jesus Christ and his Saints with him shall reign on earth a Thousand years, and possess all Kingdoms. Wherein Is discovered the glorious estate into which the Church shall be then put both in respect of externall and internall glory, and the time when. And also, What hath been done these eight yeares last past, and what is now a doing, and what shall be done within a few years now following in order to this great work. Wherein also That great Question, whether it be lawfull for Saints to make use of the materiall Sword in the ruining of the enemies of Christ, and whether it be the mind of Christ to have it so, is at large debated and resolved in the Affirmative from clear Scripture, and all others answered. London: Ptd. by H. W. The first part of the book was written 1644. The author later changed her name Mary Rande. L, O

Fifth Monarchist eutopia. Description in some detail of life as it will be lived during the millennium. The Little Horn is Charles I (1600-49). See also 1653 Cary. She also published M[ary] R[ande], Twelve Humble Proposals to the Supreme Govenours of the three Nations now Assembled at Westminster, concerning The Propagation of the Gospel, The New modling of the Universities, The Reformation of the Laws. The supply of the necessities of the poor; And many other things of great moment, which may conduce to the honour of God , and the comfort and joy of his people. By M. R. an admirer and adorer of the good providence of God, in making such happy changes in these Nations. London: Ptd. by Henry Hills, for R. C., 1653. 13 pp. Mostly generally exhorting the governors to be pious and institute godly rule. Specifically says to abolish tithes and assist the poor in various ways. Fifth Monarchists believed, based on Daniel 2:44, that after the first four stages of history, the Babylonian, Persian, Greek, and Roman, there would be a thousand year reign of the “son of man” followed by the physical return of Christ. Female author.