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The true means to avert national judgements.

Andrews, Samuel

The true means to avert national judgements.

A sermon upon the solemn fast ordered through the states of America, May 9th. 1798. Delivered at the house of John Brewer, Esq. in Robins-Town, upon the river Schodick, at his, and the desire of others of its inhabitants, citizens of the United States; and published at their request.

by Andrews, Samuel

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Published by [s.n.] in Printed at Boston .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementBy Samuel Andrews, A.M. Rector of Saint Andrew"s Church, in the Parish of Saint Andrews, and province of New-Brunswick; and missionary from the Society, &c.
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 33304.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination22, [2] p.
Number of Pages22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14621213M

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The true means to avert national judgements by Andrews, Samuel Download PDF EPUB FB2

The true means to avert national judgements: a sermon upon the solemn fast ordered through the states of America, May 9th. Delivered at the house of John Brewer, Esq. in Robins-Town, upon the river Schodick, at his, and the desire of others of its inhabitants, citizens of the United States ; and published at their request.

The true means to avert national judgements.: a sermon upon the solemn fast ordered through the states of America, May 9th. Delivered at the house of John Brewer, Esq. in Robins-Town, upon the river Schodick, at his, and the desire of others of its inhabitants, citizens of the United States ; and published at their request.

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