A Thanksgiving Sermon for the Defeat of the Late Horrid and Unnatural Rebellion: Preach'd to a Congregation of Protestant Dissenters, June the 7th, 1716. By William Fisher, Minister of the Gospel
R. Tookey, and sold by R. Ford, and J. Harrison, 1716 - 24 pages
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