|Title||A General Epistle From the Holy Spirit Unto all Prophets, Ministers or Speakers in the World|
|Author||John Reeve and Lodowicke Muggleton|
|Year of Publication||1653, 1719, 1831? and 1854|
|Links||The text of the R Brown version may be read here|
This second publication by the prophets followed "A Transcendent Spiritual Treatise" and sets out the central tenant that there can be no spirit without a body, and establishing the credentials of the prophets. The lack of commission for all other preachers is proclaimed and they are ordered to desist from preaching or teaching, a failure to obey this message of the holy spirit on pain of being cursed and damned, both soul and body, unto all eternity.
I have three Victorian editions of this short work, one printed by R Brown (tentatively being dated in the Bibliotheca as dating from 1831), one printed in 1854 with "Sacred Remains"and a further undated copy printed by R Feeny, Clerkenwell, that is not mentioned in the Bibliotheca.