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THE GREAT CRISIS. 1890-1901

A pemphlet has been published by •be notorious Rev M. B^x'-or, b-a»iug fchla title. From it we learn ttm tbo world will como to an end on Tbordday, April 11th, of the latter yoar. In the Interval there ato to be (: Gr; at W»ro and Bevolutioua ; " Gormaoy 1b Io b\i overthrown by a combination with France at its head ; Britain la to lose Ireland and India ; General Boalangei* is to be the rain of destiny m the w*r, at nor following : —

The Jews are to ' • come to their aln again," and full services will be held hy tbom In Jerusalem until the last dey. Tne First Trnmpet Is to sound sotnrwhero between Ootober 2 and 20, 1896, and the " ocsttng down of Satan and bis angels to this earth from the atmotphorfo Heavens " will take plioo about Daoember 15 of the same year, and he "will r«ge furiously on ea-th" from that date till August 14, 15, 1897, when he will be oome Incarnate la Napoleon the antlohrlst," whose advent to power will have been preceded by " the Bed Horse of Universal War and Bed Republicanism," and wll? be followed by " the fl'ght of Christiana Into a Wildernesn on the Wince of the Great E»j»le."

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THE GREAT CRISIS. 1890-1901 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2233, 23 September 1889

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