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CALEB SHILLOCK'S PROPHECY
22   O let vs turne vnto the Lord, For he (alone) is hee,
That can from water, fire, and sword
At's pleasure set vs free.
If we by grace, cast Sin away, By mercy he his hand will stay. O Lord, &c.
23   O Let vs flie those deadly sinnes The Conscience ouercloyes,
The Conscience, Souls Saluation wins
Or else the Soule destroyes,
Let's labour then to keepe it free, That God, in glory, wee may see. O Lord, &c.
24   O Lord, with thy all sauing hand Our King and Queene defend: The Heire1 to this vnited Land And all their isshue tend.
The Honorable Counsell blesse With many dayes, and happines. O Lord, Lord in &c.
At London printed for T.P. 1 I.e. Henry, Prince of Wales (t 1612).
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