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Two sermons on the nature, extent and perfection of the divine goodness [microform] Delivered December 9. 1762. Being the annual thanksgiving of the province, &c. On Psalm 145. 9. Published with some enlargements. By Jonathan Mayhew, D.D. Pastor of the West Church in Boston
Bib ID 2926044
Format MicroformMicroform, BookBook
Author
Mayhew, Jonathan, 1720-1766
 
Description Boston: N.E. : Printed and sold by D. and J. Kneeland, opposite to the probate-office, in Queen-Street, 1763 
91,[1]p. ; 8A. 
Series

English short title catalogue Eighteenth Century collection.

Eighteenth Century ; reel 4350, no. 07.

Notes

ESTCW29628

Half-title: Dr. Mayhew's two thanksgiving sermons December 9th. 1762.

Caption titles: Sermon I. Of the nature, extent and perfection of God's goodness; Sermon II. Some objections against the goodness of God considered ..

"Corrections."--p. 91.

ESTC

Reproduction Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 4350, no. 07). 
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