The Messiah already come. Or Profes [sic] of Christianitie both out of the Scriptures, and auncient rabbins, to convince the Iewes, of their palpable, and more then miserable blindnesse (if more may be) for their long, vaine, and endlesse expectation of their Messiah (as they dreame) yet for to come. Written in Barbarie, in the yeare 1610, and for that cause directed to the dispersed Iewes of that countrie, and in them to all others now groaning under the heavy yoake of this their long and intollerable captivitie, which yet one day shall have an end ...

Title

The Messiah already come. Or Profes [sic] of Christianitie both out of the Scriptures, and auncient rabbins, to convince the Iewes, of their palpable, and more then miserable blindnesse (if more may be) for their long, vaine, and endlesse expectation of their Messiah (as they dreame) yet for to come. Written in Barbarie, in the yeare 1610, and for that cause directed to the dispersed Iewes of that countrie, and in them to all others now groaning under the heavy yoake of this their long and intollerable captivitie, which yet one day shall have an end ...

Author

Harrison, John, fl. 1610-1638.

Date

1619

Place of Publication

Amsterdam

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Languages

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Editorial Practice

Another issue, with cancel preliminaries and leaf I4, of the 1613 edition; cancels are printed by W. Jones in London. Dedication to Frederick of Bohemia is signed: Iohn Harrison. This edition has dedication to Maurice, Prince of Orange, in English only. Reproduction of the original in the British Library.

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Identifiers
  • OTA: A02727
  • PURL: http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/A02727
  • DLPS: A02727
  • STC: STC 12858
  • STC: ESTC S116532
  • EEBO-CITATION: 99851748
  • PROQUEST: 99851748
  • VID: 17039