2 edition of sermon preach"d before the London-clergy at Saint Alphage, May the 17th. 1709. found in the catalog.
sermon preach"d before the London-clergy at Saint Alphage, May the 17th. 1709.
Bound with Whalley, Nathaniel. The gradation of sin. Oxford, 1710.
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A little South of the Church is an elegant House of Sir Joseph Hankey, Alderman of London. Hemingston may bear the Mention for the merry Tenure by which that Manor was held, according to Camden, by Serjeanty, the Possessor being obliged every Christmas-day to perform before the King one Saltus, one Sufflatus, and one Bombulus: or, as is Page 37 ?rgn=main;view=fulltext. In a sermon preached before the Houses of Parliament in by the Rev. Herbert Palmer, Milton’s tractate on divorce had been openly called ‘a wicked booke which deserves to be burnt.’ 3 The Westminster Assembly, displeased from the same Edition: current; Page: [xvii] cause, had the ‘libertine’ 1 summoned before the House of ://
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