1746 Great Britain's Thanks to God, to Her Governours, and the People, That Offer'd Themselves Willingly in Defence of Their Dear Country, Against the Late Attempt by France and Rome. A Sermon on Occasion of the Publick Thanksgiving, October 9, 1746. Preach'd at Derby, Into Which Place the Rebels March'd on Wednesday the Fourth of December, 1745, and From Whence They Returned the Way They Came, With Great Precipitation the Friday Following; Being the Last Town They Advanc'd to in Their March Southwards.
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ESTC citation number N699.
A copy of Ebenezer Latham's nonconformist sermon, delivered on the 9th October 1746, a Sunday of public thanksgiving.
This sermon was published at the request of those who heard it when it was first preached at Derby.
Ebenezer Latham was a nonconformist tutor, and his published sermons were widely read during his life.
Disbound. Externally, the outer leaves are discoloured with some spots and marks. Internally, generally firmly bound, with a small amount of lifting to the head and tail of the leaves, and the last few leaves are detaching, and may detach with further handling. Pages are lightly age-toned with some spots. Loss to the edge of leaf C4, affecting loss to a few words. Very small chip to the margin of leaf B1, not affecting text. Ink date to the tail of leaf C4.
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