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Mather, Samuel.  (1738).  The fall of the mighty lamented A funeral discourse upon the death of Her Most Excellent Majesty Wilhelmina Dorothea Carolina, Queen-Consort to His Majesty of Great-Britain, France and Ireland: preach'd on March 23d 1737,8, in the audience of Hi Excellency the governour, the Honourable the lieutenant-governour, and the Honourable His Majesty's Council, at the Thursday-lecture in Boston, New-England.  Boston, in New-England :  Printed by J. Draper, printer to His Excellency the governour and Council. Sold by D. Henchman and N. Procter, booksellers

MLA Citation

Mather, Samuel.  The fall of the mighty lamented [electronic resource]. A funeral discourse upon the death of Her Most Excellent Majesty Wilhelmina Dorothea Carolina, Queen-Consort to His Majesty of Great-Britain, France and Ireland: preach'd on March 23d 1737,8, in the audience of Hi Excellency the governour, the Honourable the lieutenant-governour, and the Honourable His Majesty's Council, at the Thursday-lecture in Boston, New-England / By Samuel Mather, M.A. Pastor of a church in Boston. [Seven lines from Cicero]  Printed by J. Draper, printer to His Excellency the governour and Council. Sold by D. Henchman and N. Procter, booksellers Boston, in New-England  1738

Australian/Harvard Citation

Mather, Samuel.  1738,  The fall of the mighty lamented [electronic resource]. A funeral discourse upon the death of Her Most Excellent Majesty Wilhelmina Dorothea Carolina, Queen-Consort to His Majesty of Great-Britain, France and Ireland: preach'd on March 23d 1737,8, in the audience of Hi Excellency the governour, the Honourable the lieutenant-governour, and the Honourable His Majesty's Council, at the Thursday-lecture in Boston, New-England / By Samuel Mather, M.A. Pastor of a church in Boston. [Seven lines from Cicero]  Printed by J. Draper, printer to His Excellency the governour and Council. Sold by D. Henchman and N. Procter, booksellers Boston, in New-England

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  | author1=Mather, Samuel, 1706-1785
  | year=1738
  | publisher=Printed by J. Draper, printer to His Excellency the governour and Council. Sold by D. Henchman and N. Procter, booksellers
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