A sermon preached in St. Andrew's-Church, Dublin :
before the Honourable the House of Commons the 8th day of October, 1695. The day appointed by the Lord Deputy and Council for a solemn thanksgiving, for the preservation of our gracious King William, and the good success of his, and his allies forces this last campagn [sic]. By John Travers, A.M. minister of St. Andrew's, and chaplain to the House.
|Main Creator:||Travers, John, d. 1727.|
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Dublin : printed by J. Ray, and are to be sold by William Norman, Eliphal Dobson, and Patrick Campbel, booksellers, 
With initial order-to-print leaf.
Physical description: , 14 p. ; 4to
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), T2057
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