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A thanksgiving sermon preached at Little St. Helen's to the Society that support the Lord's Day morning lecture there, on the first of August, 1743 : In commemoration of the happy accession of the present Royal Family to the throne of Great Britain

Author: Edward Godwin
Publisher: London : Printed for J. Brackstone ; and M. Fenner, 1743.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edward Godwin
OCLC Number: 221794193
Description: 35, [1] p. ; (8vo)
Responsibility: by Edward Godwin.

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