ID 453
Last Name Southcott
First Name Joanna
Gender Female
Date of Birth 1750-04-25
Date of Death 1814-12-27
Place of Birth Taleford
Place of Death London
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Author On the fast day, 1797, the following was given to Joanna Southcott, in answer to the Rev. J. Pomeroy. ... 1797
Author A Communication given to Joanna, in Answer to Mr. Brothers' last Book, published the end of this year, 1802 1802
Author A Dispute between the Woman and the Powers of Darkness. August 3, 1802 1802
Author The Answer of the Lord to the Powers of Darkness 1802
Author The Strange Effects of Faith; with remarkable prophecies (made in 1792, &c.) of things which are to come: also some account of my life. 1802
Author A Word to the Wise; or A Call to the Nation, that They may know the Days of their Visitation from the Prophecies that are given to Joanna Southcott, with the reasons assigned why the Spirit of Prophecy is given to a Woman; and which is explained from the Scriptures in the Following Pages. Joanna Southcott. 1803
Author Prophecies. A warning to the Whole World, from the sealed prophecies of Joanna Southcott, and other Communications given since the Writings were opened on the 12th of January, 1803. 1803
Author Letters, and Communications of Joanna Southcott, the Prophetess of Exeter: Lately Written to Jane Townley 1804
Author On the Prayers for the Fast Day, May, 1804 1804
Author Sound an Alarm in my Holy Mountain. 1804
Author Joanna Southcott's Answer to Five Charges in the Leeds Mercury, four of which are absolutely false; But as in the first charge, her accuser might have some room for cavilling, she wishes to make every allowance; and give a clear answer, how that was misunderstood: and not only answer the four false charges that are brought against her; but she has brought four true charges against her adversaries, which will be seen in the following pages 1805
Author Answer to Mr. Brother's book, published in Sept., 1806, and observations on his former writing; also a letter sent to Mr. Huntington 1806
Author Hymns; or, Spiritual Songs, composed from the prophetic writings of Joanna Southcott by P. Pullen, and published by her order 1807
Author Hymns, or Spiritual Songs, Composed from the Prophetic Writings of Joanna Southcott. By Philip Pullen. And published by her order. 1808
Author An Answer to Thomas Paine's Third Part of the Age of Reason, Published by D. I. Eaton; likewise to S. Lane, a Calvinistic Preacher, at Yeovil, in Somersetshire, and to Hewson Clarke, Editor of The Scourge, and late of Emanuel College, Cambridge. By Joanna Southcott. Entered in Stationer's Hall. 1812
Author Copies of Letters Sent to the Clergy of Exeter, from 1796 to 1800, with Communications and Prophecies put in the Newspapers in 1813 1813
Author Hymns or Spiritual Songs, Composed from the Prophetic Writings of Joanna Southcott, by Philip Pullen. 1813
Author The Book of Wonders, marvellous and true 1813
Author The Second Book of Wonders, more marvellous than the first 1813
Author Hymns or Spiritual Songs, Composed from the Prophetic Writings of Joanna Southcott 1814
Author Wisdom Excelleth the Weapons of War, and herein is Shewn that Judgments are the Strange Works of the Lord, but Mercy His Darling Attribute 1814
Author Songs of Faith, Hope, and Joy Founded on the Prophecies, Given from 1792, by Joanna Southcott 1835

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