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Johnston, James, Swedenborgian, d. 1840. [Diary, 1817-1833, printed from the Brierley copy of the ms. by John Martin]

Published by London: printed for private 1910., Richard Clay & Sons (1910)


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About this Item: London: printed for private 1910., Richard Clay & Sons, 1910. Hardcover. vii, 582 p.; front. (photograph of John Martin); 22 cm. [Reset from 1881 edition] `The Ninety-seventh Aggregate Assembly of the Angels from Twelve Earths. 348. Sunday Morning (10 o'clock), April 21st [1833].--After being introduced by the first man and the usual formalities over the first man said, the disturbance in Germany was soon put down, only a few lives being lost in the contest. He said, they (the angels) always wished to do their best whenever the least spark of liberty made its appearance, for otherwise they had no hopes of present success for the German people. The rest of our time was occupied by an enquiry into the circumstances of my two sons and daughter who are all married, at the same time remarking that they were better off as to their worldly circumstances than their younger brother. Him, they always kept at a distance as if below their notice. This was what too often occurred in families. Thus it was in the family of Jacob. He also said that on this day week he would speak on the knavery of the Irish priests. So I was bade say the blessing and we parted. I received a visit last week from Joshua also from Abraham. otherwise it appears that the first man is my present conductor. This I think by his being so familiar with my proceedings daily and weekly these few weeks past. Further, Swedenborg says, an angel in an instant opens and sees all a man's life. This I have proved by acts hundreds of times.' (p. 523) Good lt. stained ribbed burgundy cloth. Early leaves sl. foxed. Seller Inventory # 021023

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