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A DISSERTATION ON THE PROPHECIES,
WHICH TREAT OF THE
GRAND PERIOD OF SEVEN TIMES,
AND ESPECIALLY OF ITS SECOND MOIETY OR THE LATTER
THREE TIMES AND A HALF.
BY GEORGE STANLEY FABER, B.D.
RECTOR OF LONG-NEWTON.
For the true account of Times in Scripture, we must have recourse to that SACRED CALENDAR
PRINTED FOR C. & J. RIVINGTON,
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH-YARD,
CONTENTS OF VOLUME III.
of the two witnesses. p. 8.
The first section of the little open book comprehends the vision
of the two witnesses. p.
1. The first clause of the vision. Rev. xi. 1, 2. p.
1. The holy city with the temple and outer court. p. 9.
(1.) The ancient Confessions of the Vallenses prove
them to have not been Manichèans. p. 46.
(2.) The ancient Confessions of the Albigenses prove
them to have been free from Manichèism.
(3.) The acknowledgment of their enemies evinces
them to have been sound in the faith. p. 55.
(4.) The origination and ground of the charge of
Manichèism. p. 58.
2. The application of the prophecy to historical matter
of fact. p. 86.
(1.) The history of the war of the two witnesses, com-
prehending their death, their revival, and their
ascension. p. 86.
(2.) The history of the synchronical earthquake.
(3.) The history of the death and revival and ascen-
sion of the two witnesses, checked by the
already known duration of the second woe or
the 3964 years allotted to the successful ra-
vages of the Euphratèan or Turkish horsemen.
IV. The fourth clause of the vision. Rev. xi. 14-19. p. 104.
1. The introduction and syllabus of the seventh trumpet
or the third woe-trumpet. p. 105.
2. This syllabus is afterward evolved, in the larger
sealed book, by the prophetic account of the seven
vials. p. 106.