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J. P. A sea of the seed's sufferings, through which runs a river of rich rejoycing. : Thick darkness girds the hours of death's black day, ... His end shall be to wear a weighty crown. Written in the year, 1659, in Rome-prison of mad-men, by the extream suffering servant of the Lord, John

J. P. To the Prince of Venice and all his nobles : which was delivered for him in his pallace, and received by him in his council-chamber. Being a visitation and warning of that city. Which also may serve unto England, and all nations, called Christian nations. Written by the servant of the Lord, John