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24 In the follow
ing year, viz. 1833, 24
in the back end of
the year, were these A Prophecy given to John
Prophecies fulfilled, Wroe, dated Wakefield, 3rd and began in August ; of 12th Mo. 1832.----" There which we copy from shall be winds and thunder- the newspapers. storms, mingled with fire: it August, 1833....
" The accounts from shall destroy one part of the the coast of the fruit next year, and destroy the dreadful gale, and cedars, though the crops be in the destruction of
human life and progreat abundance." Taken from the mouth of John Wroe, by ravages have been
perty very great. Its Wm. Muff, of Little Horton, extended to houses, near Bradford.
It is also said | gardens, orchards, in a Communication dated hop-grounds, &c. to Wakefield, 7th of 4th Mo. 1833. an uncalculable de
gree. .--" And mark August." And Sep. 1833. Great in another Communication damage has been susdated Wakefield. 12th of 12th tained in various
macbi. Mo. 1832:---- Mark the back places, in
nery, trees, fruit, end of the year.
and along the banks mountains, rivers, and streams."
These are a part of the Prophecies, which have been given to John Wroe, and fulfilled ;---and these, with the remainder, the Reader may find in a Book intitled, “ Divine Communications, and Prophecies---or The Ten Years' Volume.” 'And those here inserted, are to draw the Reader to make further search.
Adulterer, not be
Clothing, contrary to sex
ted adultery 26
Damage, not property
Sabbath hour, labour not
Kindle not fire
Apparel, wash, anoint
Wager, eat not for
INDEX TO THE COMMANDMENTS.
Afflict not widow, fatherless