A Sermon Preach'd Before the House of Lords, in the Abby-Church of Westminister on Tuesday, June 11. 1751. ... By John Lord Bishop of Bristol
printed at the Theatre for James Fletcher, and sold by J. and J. Rivington, London; Ben. Hickey in Bristol; and J. Leake in Bath, 1751 - 31 pages
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