A Sermon Preach'd at Little-Wild-Street on Tuesday, April 25, 1749: Being the Day Appointed ... for a General Thanksgiving ... for the Peace. By Joseph Stennett, Volume 19
John Ward; J. Oswald; and H. Whitridge, 1749 - 34 pages
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