The Poore Mans Advocate, or England's Samaritan. Powring Oyle and Vyne into the wounds of the Nation. By making the present Provision for the Souldier and the Poor, by reconciling all Parties. By paying all Arreares to the Parliament Army. All publique Debts, and all the late Kings, Queenes, and Princes Debts due before Session

TitleThe Poore Mans Advocate, or England's Samaritan. Powring Oyle and Vyne into the wounds of the Nation. By making the present Provision for the Souldier and the Poor, by reconciling all Parties. By paying all Arreares to the Parliament Army. All publique Debts, and all the late Kings, Queenes, and Princes Debts due before Session
Year for Search1649
Authors[Chamberlen], [Peter](1601-83)
Date Published[1649]
PublisherPtd. for Giles Calvert
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

Eutopia. Better society brought about by nationalizing all unused lands and mines and the remains of the estates of the king, the bishops, and the nobility. The purpose is to provide work for the poor. The author was a physician, a Seventh Day Baptist, and a Fifth Monarchist or a believer, 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.

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Author Note

The author (1601-83) was a physician, a Seventh Day Baptist, and a Fifth Monarchist or a believer, 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.

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[1649] [Chamberlen, Peter] (1601-83). The Poore Mans Advocate, or England’s Samaritan. Powring Oyle and Vyne into the wounds of the Nation. By making the present Provision for the Souldier and the Poor, by reconciling all Parties. By paying all Arreares to the Parliament Army. All publique Debts, and all the late Kings, Queenes, and Princes Debts due before Session. London: Ptd. for Giles Calvert. L

Eutopia. Better society brought about by nationalizing all unused lands and mines and the remains of the estates of the king, the bishops, and the nobility. The purpose is to provide work for the poor. The author was a physician, a Seventh Day Baptist, and a Fifth Monarchist or a believer, 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.