The Reasonableness and Advantage of National Humiliations, Upon the Approach of War: A Sermon Preached Before the University of Oxford, at St. Mary's, on Wednesday, Jan. 9. 1739-40. ... (Google eBook)
Printed at the Theatre for R. Gosling, and G. Hawkins ... London. - Fast-day sermons - 29 pages
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