A Form of Prayer and Thanksgiving, to be Used on Thursday the First Day of May Next, Throughout England, the Dominion of Wales, and Town of Berwick Upon Tweed:: For Rendring [sic] Most Hearty Thanks to Almighty God, for the Wonderful and Happy Conclusion of the Treaty for the Union of Her Majesties Two Kingdoms of England and Scotland; for Imploring His Blessings on the United Kingdom, and on the Arms of Her Majesty and Her Allies, and Her and Their Forces Both by Sea and Land, in the Just War in which They are Now Engaged; for Disappointing the Boundless Ambition of France; And, for Beseeching Him to Give All Her Majesties Subjects Hearts Disposed to Become One People..

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Charles Bill, and the executrix of Thomas Newcomb, deceas'd; printers to the queens most excellent majesty., 1707 - 10 pages
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