Beverley, Elizabeth. Modern Times. Printed for the author.
Standard Name: Biddle, Hester
Birth Name: Hester
Married Name: Hester Biddle
Indexed Name: Esther Biddle
is one of the most powerful as well as one of the more prolific seventeenth-century writers of polemical prophecies or tracts. She depicts in hypnotic, biblical language the imminent end of the world, repeatedly threatening her enemies with the flames. When she uses the first person singular it is often hard to tell whether she is speaking for God or herself.
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Biddle, Hester. A Warning from the Lord God of Life and Power. Printed for Robert Wilson, 1660.
Biddle, Hester, and Thomas Woodrove. “Something in Short”. A Brief Relation of the State of Man before Transgression, Printed for Thomas Simmons, 1659.
Biddle, Hester. The Trumpet of the Lord Sounded Forth unto These Three Nations. 1662.
Biddle, Hester. Wo to thee City of Oxford. 1655.
Biddle, Hester. Wo to thee Towne of Cambridge. 1655.