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London, April 25, 1804
WARNING TO THE WORLD.
JOANNA SOUTHCOTT'S PROPHECIES.
LONDON: PRINTED BY S. ROUSSEAU, WOOD STREET, SPA FIELDS;
AND SOLD BY E.'J. FIELD, NO. 2, HIGH STREET, ST. GILES'S.
As a letter of mine hath been made public amongst mankind of the events of the year, and men lay, “ Where is the Truth of her Prophecies ?"-I am now ordered again to publish them to the world, that every man may judge for himself. For believers, as well as unbelievers, have drawn a wrong judgment from them, as they do not appear clear to the judgment of any, but the jury; and their judgment was drawn from their often meeting together, and weighing the communications with each other. But I must confess they drew their judgment clearer than I had, before the meaning was explained to me, and which was unknown to them before they had passed their judgment. As to my judgment, I never understood what I have written, before the meaning was explained to me; so that all have been fulfilled different from my judgment, and now I am assured this will be the same, contrary to the judgment that I have drawn-therefore I am not afraid to publish to the world the very Prophecies that my enemies have so much mocked me for, and who affirmed they
were false. Therefore I shall give them to the world y at large, that they may judge for themselves,
In the month of November 1803, after being mock