A sermon preach'd on the XIXth day of January, 1703/4: Being a day of solemn fasting and humiliation, appointed by Her Majesty, on account of the nation's sins, the calamities of the war, and the late amazing storm. By Samuel Palmer, V.D.M.
printed for John Lawrence, 1704 - 21 pages
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